There are many sources of secondary data available for research. Among these sources are the U.S. Census www.census.gov; Bureau of Economic Affairs www.bea.gov; CIA World Factbook https://www.cia.gov; Congressional Budget Office www.cbo.gov; Department of Commerce www.commerce.gov; Economics and Statistics Administration www.esa.doc.gov; U.S. Government www.usa.gov; Some commercial lists are www.infousa.com; www.listsrus.com; www.directmail.com, and there are many, many others.
You have been promoted to be Marketing Research Manager for a bank within the city you live. The C.E.O. has tasked you with assessing growth potential for industry (for investment purposes). Compare and contrast the various secondary data sources that you might consult. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.
Momentum investing is sometimes called "fair weather investing." The technique is relatively straightforward: buy stocks and other financial instruments that have performed well over the last quarter or last year (that is, three to twelve months). At the same time that one is buying up the well-performing stocks, she ...
The solution compares and contrasts various secondary data sources.