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A big-picture guide to the financial information that really matters, and how investors can use it
Fed chairman Alan Greenspan's infamous, packed-beyond-capacity briefcase has for years represented the definitive behind-thescenes collection of market-moving financial knowledge and economic reports. Inside Greenspan's Briefcase breaks the seal, examining the essential reports, data, and numbers that investors must know, and explaining what they generally mean to market insiders. A guide to determining which information bites are important, and then uncovering clues within those key reports and data, it helps investors look beyond chat-room gossip and media noise to make informed and profitable decisions. Robert Stein, a leading voice in today's financial community, explains how news and reports affect investor sentiment and market activity, and provides individual investors with an enhanced and finely honed awarenessof global macroeconomic issues as well as the more personal issues that affect long-term financial performance.