Table of contents for Wall Street revalued : imperfect markets and inept central bankers / Andrew Smithers.
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Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2. Synopsis.
Chapter 3. Interest Rate Levels and the Stock Market.
Chapter 4. Changes in Interest Rates and Changes in Share Prices.
Chapter 5. Household Savings and the Stock Market.
Chapter 6. An Imperfectly Efficient Market.
Chapter 7. The Efficient Market Hypothesis.
Chapter 8 Testing the Imperfectly Efficient Market Hypothesis.
Chapter 9. Other Claims for Valuing Equities.
Chapter 10. Forecasting Returns without Using Value.
Chapter 11. House Prices.
Chapter 12. The Price of Liquidity.
Chapter 13. The Return on Equities and the Return on Equity Portfolios.
Chapter 14. The General Undesirability of Leveraging Equity Returns.
Chapter 15. A Rare Exception to the Rule against Leverage.
Chapter 16. Profits are Over rather than Understated.
Chapter 17. Intangibles.
Chapter 18. Accounting Issues.
Chapter 19. The Impact on q.
Chapter 20. Problems with Valuing the Markets of Developing Economies.
Chapter 21. Central banks' Response to Asset Prices.
Chapter 22 Deflation, Inflation, Prevention and Cure.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Capital market -- United States.
Monetary policy -- United States.
Finance -- United States.
Banks and banking, Central -- United States.