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From the mailbag: IFRS asset values for companies are 'distorting'. Nov 1, 2011 261
Rock retrospective. Letter to the editor Mar 1, 2008 434
Accounting for unsystematic risk: diversifying your portfolio is a sound equity investment practice, but that alone is unlikely to maximise your returns. Malcolm Howard offers some other ideas. Sep 1, 2006 2219
For richer, for poorer? Letter to the editor Jun 1, 2006 390
Equity investment: last year Malcolm Howard began an experiment to see whether an accountant could outperform the economists at predicting share values. Here are the results. Jun 1, 2005 1328
For what it's worth ... who is better at predicting the future value of shares: economists or management accountants? Malcolm Howard puts two approaches to the test and invites you to have a punt. Oct 1, 2004 2418
Go figure: the idea of scrapping budgets, as mooted in FM's November 2003 issue, is another fad that won't stand the test of time, according to Malcolm Howard. He argues that budgeting is still an entirely worthwhile exercise--as long as you stick to five basic principles. Mar 1, 2004 1225
Can't stand the carapace: if you thought the concept of the shell company was a thing of the 20th century, think again. Malcolm Howard explains why this destructive phenomenon could be making a comeback. Oct 1, 2003 888
Losing the initiative: are private finance initiative contracts a truly viable method of delivering public services? Malcolm Howard examines three companies that have been heavily involved in PFI projects and finds worrying signs that the concept may not be as sound as its supporters argue. (Finance: PFI contracts). Nov 1, 2002 1499
Stolen time. (Letters). Apr 1, 2002 287
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. May 1, 2001 938
Fair shares? Oct 1, 2000 1169

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