There are almost 450 reference materials in Credo, our new online reference database. Many are specifically related to business. Here are materials located on the first floor reference collection:
- Dictionary of Investing. 1993. (Ref. HG 4513 R67)
- This source defines technology, regulations, legislation, financial instruments as well as other terms relating to the field of investment. See also Investor Words http://www.investorwords.com, Wall Street Executive Library http://www.executivelibrary.com.
- Handbook of United States Economic and Financial Indicators. 2000. (Ref. HC 106.8 O47)
- This book answers questions about the makeup, purposes, use and availability of economic indicators as well as frequency of issue, publications where they may be found and a characterization of its use. See also the Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators (Ref. HG 4915 C56 2003) which gives further definitions and examples of decision making criteria for investors.
- Irwin Guide to Using the Wall Street Journal. 2000. (HB 3743 L44 2000)
- An overview of the economy, historical and current, which describes business, investment and economic concepts and terms and shows how to relate them to current information and news.
- International Encyclopedia of the Stock Market. 1999. (Ref. HG 4551 I57)
- Includes an A-Z arrangement of essays defining terms, events and places relating to stock markets of all countries
- Plunkett's On-line Trading Finance & Investment Web Sites Almanac. 2000. (Ref. HF 54.56 P588) and netLibrary
- Provides guidance to using the Internet for investment services
- Wall Street Words. 1997.(Ref. HG 4513 S37)
- "An essential A to Z guide for today's investor