Money Matters, Online: Investing in Stocks: Analysis
**This event is online only**
Learn basic investment terms and concepts that Wall Street analysts review when they recommend stocks. Prof. James Kelly, Director of the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis at Fordham University, discusses the differences between investing and speculation, value stocks versus growth stocks, and how that can be measured explaining different ratios such as return on assets, debt to equity, price/earnings ratios, relative price/earnings ratios, dividend yields and more.
Made possible by the support of the Museum of American Finance.
This program is part of the Money & Finance Investing A - Z Series.
About the Presenter:
James Russell Kelly
Jim Kelly is the director of the Fordham University Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis and a senior lecturer in finance at the Gabelli School of Business, where he teaches courses in value investing. Professor Kelly has more than 30 years of experience in the international capital markets, including senior-level positions in international securities sales and trading at Merrill Lynch, where he was vice president of institutional sales; Deutsche Bank Securities, as senior vice president and manager of the international fixed-income sales and trading department; and Auerbach Grayson & Co., as executive vice president of equity emerging markets.