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William Forsyth Sharpe (born June 16, 1934) is an American economist. He is the STANCO 25 Professor of Finance, Emeritus at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, and the winner of the 1990 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
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In Investors and Markets, Nobel Prize-winning financial economist William Sharpe shows that investment professionals cannot make good portfolio choices unless they understand the determinants of asset prices.
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WILLIAM F. SHARPE is the STANCO 25 professor emeritus of finance at Stanford University, and chair of the board of Financial Engines, Incorporated, a firm that provides investment advice to individuals via the Internet. He has published articles in a number of professional journals, including "Management Science, Journal of Business, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Portfolio Management," and the "Financial Analysts Journal
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William Sharpe, who really needs no introduction, has made major contributions to some of the most influential discoveries in financial economics. Investors and Markets is the culmination of a series of three lectures Professor Sharpe gave at Princeton University in May, 2004.
KEY BENEFIT: This book provides a solid theoretical framework around which to build practical knowledge of securities and securities markets. Learning from a Nobel Prize Laureate. com User, September 16, 2004. You do not pick up this book to get "tips" on making an easy million. It does not teach you how to chart nor pick a value/momentum stock based on fundamental analysis. It does, however, teach you about the foundation of modern investment theory and concepts.
He also developed the Sharpe ratio, an indicator for measuring the risk-return ratio (performance) of investments, the binomial method to price options, the gradient method to optimize the asset allocation (the practical implementation of the findings of the portfolio theory) and the return-based analysis for evaluating the performance of investment funds.