The Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis assembles a stellar list of contributors, all ranked as leading investment analysts on Canadian analyst performance surveys, or on the annual Wall Street Journal All-Star Analysts survey. For the first time ever, twenty-seven of Canada's leading investment analysts have come together to offer their expertise and experience in two definitive volumes. Contributors to Volume 1:
Glen Campbell on Telecommunications
Kevin Choquette on Banks
Felix Freeman on Gold
Peter Gibson on Strategy
Bin Huang on Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals
Pentti Karkkainen on Oil & Gas
Steve Laciak on Steels
George Lewis on Piplines & Utilities
Manford Mallory on Metals & Minerals
Jim Milton on Chemicals
Don Roberts on Paper & Forest Products
Greg Thompson on Industrial Products
Glynn Williams on Transportation & Environmental Services
David Wright & Brian Piccioni on Technology
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Every chapter of the Handbook of Canadian Security Analysis has been reviewed by members of a distinguished editorial board, drawn from academia, the institutional investment community, and industry associations. Editorial advisors to Volume 1:
Keith Graham, CFA
Robert L. Heinkel
Wally Kusters, P.Eng., CFA
James A. MacDonald, CFA
Frank Mersch, CFA
John G. Priestman
I. Rossa O'Reilly, CFA
Joe Kan is a chartered financial analyst and president of Kan & Associates Inc., a search firm specializing in recruitment for institutional equity professionals.
List of Participants.
HIGH ECONOMIC SENSITIVITY.
Chapter 1: Metals and Minerals, Manford Mallory, CFA.
Chapter 2: Gold, Felix Freeman.
Chapter 3: Steels, Steve Laciak.
Chapter 4: Chemicals, Jim Milton, CFA.
Chapter 5: Oil and Gas, Pentti Karkkainen.
Chapter 6: Paper and Forest Products, Don Roberts.
Chapter 7: Transportation and Environmental Services, Glynn Williams, CFA.
Chapter 8: Industrial Products: Early Cycle Consumer Durables and Late Cycle Capital Spending, Greg Thompson.
LOW ECONOMIC SENSITIVITY.
Chapter 9: Banks, Kevin Choquette, CFA.
Chapter 10: Telecommunications, Glen Campbell.
Chapter 11: Pipelines and Utilities, M. George Lewis, CFA.
Chapter 12: Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals, Bin Huang.
Chapter 13: Technology, David Wright and Brian Piccioni.
Chapter 14: Strategy, Peter Gibson.