Financial Websites as Financial Advisors

Hammen, Jack; Beneda, Nancy; Wilde, Harold
February 2004
CPA Journal;Feb2004, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p66
Academic Journal
Deals with the use of Internet return on equities. Purpose of return on equity; Concerns that investors should be aware when using Internet return on equities; Calculation of return on equity; Issues to consider when examining a company's return on equity.


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