2 edition of Mapping the market found in the catalog.
Mapping the market
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||British Library research and development reports -- 6148|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Mapping the Markets is a lucidly written and carefully explained book which focuses on the cyclical changes of the market. The trends recognised have been extremely accurate and this book equips the reader with the skills to detect forthcoming market fluctuations.5/5(4).
I didn't find this book too engaging but then again I wasn't expecting it to be. "Mapping the Markets" gives the typical brief about market cycles, and economic trends but not really adding to the knowledge already out there or showing the reader where it's going/5(2).
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