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Last Updated : October 2008
By Nadeem Walayat

These are my recommended Best Trading & Investing books. Most of these titles are my personal favourites gleaned over a 21 year trading history. The list contains some real gems that over the years I have had the pleasure of re-reading several times over. I have also written short reviews on the real gems to provide you a taste of what's inside.

All of the books are available from Amazon.com.

Commodity Markets

How to Make Profits In Commodities - This is one of the first trading books that I bought and dates back to either late 1987 or earlier 1988. Not only is this one of my first but also one of the best. It teaches the importance of studying the markets in terms of the price action rather than methodology i.e. the plethora of indicators that traders are overwhelmed with today, and whilst it does not say its a swing trading book however what it represents is a model for swing trading. The book was first published in 1942 and my copy dates as 1976, written by the legendary WD Gann, now don't take this as a cue to get sucked into Gann Analysis which is a never ending quest for the holy grail as I treat Gann analysis as both starting and ending in THIS one book ! However I should point out that is not a beginners book, in that it requires dedicated study to get the most out of it which implies a significant commitment of time, much more than say just studying a book over a couple of weeks.

Yes, 1942 or the revisions during 1951 mean that the book is not up to date in many aspects, but the fundamentals and building blocks for developing a successful trading strategy are there in how to interpret price action.

As I alluded to earlier the book covers swing analysis and trading rules but does not touch on any of his geometric work i.e. gann angles, master squares etc.. Treat it both as a great study guide that you should come back to on a regular basis over your trading life-time well worth the $50 bucks I paid for it 2 decades ago.

Economics, Real Estate & Emerging Markets
 
Stock Index Futures Trading
Stock Market Investing

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefèvre is probably one of the best and well known books on the subject of financial speculation, the book was published as the fictional biography of “Larry Livingston,” but is actually an biography of Jesse Livermore, one of the first famous stock & commodity traders ever. The man started trading after working as a boy in a brokerage house and trading in several of the tiny brokerages called “bucket shops” where small time traders would bet against the house, and eventually went on to become one of the most influential and widely-known traders of his day. He made, lost, and re-made millions at a time.

What you will get from the book are some classic mistakes and the lessons learned from them; some of the best catch phrases in the business; insight into how the markets were manipulated then and probably still are now. One of the most important lessons mentioned in the book is that a trader does not have to be invested in the market all the time.

This is the book from which almost every subsequent general trading book is derived. If you have ever wondered where the trading rule "Never average down" came from, just turn to page 154. Where did the comparison between greed and fear first originate ? Look to page 130.

Many rules to live by that were introduced in LeFevres book are:

-The trend is your friend.
-History repeats itself
-Never average down.
-No stock is too high to buy or too low to sell.
-Let your winners run and cut your losses quickly.

Many aspects of the financial markets are still very much the same as they were in Livermore's day. As he points out, human nature is a constant, an observation that is as true today as it was then. Among the many other insights in this book. The book was originally published in 1923, and remains the most widely read, highly recommended investment book written to date. Generations of investors have found that it has more to teach them about themselves and other investors than years of experience in the market. This is a timeless tale that will enrich the lives and portfolios of today's investors, just as it has generations past.

Technical Analysis & Theories

Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets - This was the first technical analysis book I bought in the late 1980's which was purchased with a view to using it as a study book towards working towards the diploma in technical analysis issued by the Society of Technical Analysts in the UK. The book covers virtual every aspect of technical analysis and trading tactics and seeks to be the definitive guide from the basics to the advanced. I rate this as a great book for beginners as you really do need to touch on all aspects of analysis as a basic primer to help determine which direction your going to go after having read the book and for instance you see the answer to trading success lies in Japanese candlesticks which you may not have understood until you happened on the section in this book.

Therefore its a must read for especially beginners, which helps to determine which direction to go in next.

The Best Trendline Methods of Alan Andrews - Since I am basically a trendlines, support and resistance and swings trader, books that focus on these areas of TA usual get my attention. This is a relatively latest book on trendlines, specifically focusing on the work of Andrews “Pitchforks”, as well as covering research by Mikula, for me this book basically reinforces what I already had learned from the charts over the last 15 years or so up until I came across the book but also did provide me some new insights as I had more or less scrapped pitchforks from my own trading a good 8 years earlier in my own version of the great purge when I preceded to scrap much of the TA I had learned from my trading methodology.

The book is well written, short and sweet just the way I like it so that a trader can get on with practicing what is being preached rather than working through a load of waffle. - I recommend this book to all level of traders from beginners to advanced.

Happy reading, trading and investing !

Nadeem Walayat.
Editor, The Market Oracle

 

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Saturday, August 06, 2022

Elliott Waves: Your "Rhyme & Reason" to Mainstream Stock Market Opinions / InvestorEducation / Elliott Wave Theory

By: EWI

R.N. Elliott's stock market observations fell together "into a general set of principles"

It's understandable why investors with little experience consult the market opinions of professionals.

But many of these new investors are left scratching their heads. Two headlines from July 29 indicate why:

  • [Fundstrat Managing Partner] says the 2022 bear market is over, stocks could hit new highs before year-end (CNBC)
  • Stock market's post-Fed bounce is a 'trap,' says Morgan Stanley's [Chief Investment Officer] (Marketwatch]

Yes, two directly opposing opinions that were published on the same day.

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Monday, July 18, 2022

The Psychology of Investing in a Stocks Bear Market / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Every bull market is followed by a bear market and every bear market is followed by a bull market, where courtesy of the electron and inflation mega-trends the general indices are on an upwards exponential trend trajectory. Thus all bear markets are living on borrowed time and thus ones focus should be on accumulating positions in good stocks i.e. those that actually generate earnings and have good prospects for continuing earnings growth that courtesy of bear market negative sentiment results in prices trading to under value stocks i.e. to under X18 earnings, where everything above X18 is carrying a premium which is why I completely sold out of many stocks last year such as Amazon and Nvidia even though they had yet to peak due to the risks of a valuation reset as I covered in my in-depth analysis of August 2021

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Sunday, July 10, 2022

Does Selling Put Options During A Market Downturn Provide A Safety Net? / InvestorEducation / Options & Warrants

By: Chris_Vermeulen

In a significant market downturn, bearish sentiment, if not outright fear, can drive down the share price of good companies rather drastically.  When the market is in a sustained selling mood, there can be a substantial disconnect between the long-term fundamentals and the technical price action we see on the chart. 

The Temptation to Bottom Fish

What can we do when good companies are trading at what appear to be bargain prices?  We could “stick our toe in the water” and buy shares.  But what if we’re wrong about whether a bottom in the share price is in place?  Or what if the stock takes a very long time to build a base and goes nowhere for an extended period?

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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Technical Analysis: Why You Should Expect a Popularity Surge / InvestorEducation / Technical Analysis

By: EWI

Here's when a "rebirth of interest" in cycles and waves occurs

You probably know that the term "technical analysis" refers to analyzing the behavior of financial markets themselves -- such as the stock market -- as opposed to "fundamental" analysis, which is based on news and events outside of financial markets.

Well, in latest years, technical analysis has been out of favor.

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Sunday, June 19, 2022

Useful Things You Need To Know About Tweezer Top Candlestick Pattern / InvestorEducation / Technical Analysis

By: Steve_Barker

The tweezer top candlestick pattern was popularized by Steve Nison in the West through his book ‘Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques’. Tweezers have varied in appearance, but there are certain traits that they have in common. Their appearance at market-turning points makes it possible to use them for analysis purposes. At times, they specify the likelihood of a reversal. When the price direction of an asset changes, it is known as a reversal.

These candlestick charts have been used by the Japanese to trade commodities since the 17th century. They monitor the prices of commodities in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

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Friday, June 03, 2022

FREE Japanese Candlesticks Trading Course / InvestorEducation / Learn to Trade

By: EWI

Hi reader,

One of the best ways to get an edge in trading is to hand-pick a few select tools for your arsenal.

Japanese Candlesticks are one such tool. In skilled hands, they can really show you the trend and alert you to trend reversals.

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Sunday, May 29, 2022

Managing Emotions – How FOMO Affects Your Trading And Your Life / InvestorEducation / Learn to Trade

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Managing emotions you say? Often we hear that we are supposed to trade without emotion as if we’re robots.   That’s a big fat myth. 

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs….
From “If,” by Rudyard Kipling

We’re in a challenging market.  Here are some thoughts on how to not just survive but thrive as we work through a significant peaking phase of the economic and market cycles. 

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Tuesday, May 10, 2022

How to Recognize a Less\ Than Obvious Opportunity (In focus: Corn) / InvestorEducation / Elliott Wave Theory

By: EWI

When I was growing up, my father owned and operated a furniture manufacturing company. Its products stocked the shelves of several well-known retail stores across the country, including Walmart.

On the cover of one of his most popular products, a simple D.I.Y. end table, was a picture of the fully assembled table with a framed photograph of a smiling young girl holding a Persian cat. That young girl was me, and the cat was my childhood pet Princess.

Naturally one day the inevitable happened. My dad and I were shopping at Walmart, and we passed a woman with one of his boxed DIY tables in her cart. She looked at me, then at the face staring back at her on the cover of the box, and then again at me.

Visibly shaken, she braved her way over to my dad and asked if, in fact, I was the girl on the box. Without skipping a beat, he grinned and said he saw the resemblance but no, I was not her and we were on our way. I couldn't help looking back to see the woman, standing there glued in place with an utterly baffled expression.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Learn to Value Stocks Using the Earnings Growth Factor / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

After the current panic passes I will revert to posting my primary AI stocks table as the main table for data, presently the table retains my original pre-panic buying levels as of 22nd November 2022 for comparison purposes with levels achieved in red against those that remain pending. Remember all of these levels once upon a time seemed far out of reach, who could have imagined Nvidia would fall from $336 to $236 over a couple of months! Google to $2625! Microsoft to $282, Intel to $48, okay I'll provide you Intel, but many of the levels have now been achieved and then some!

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Sunday, March 20, 2022

Your Journey to High-Confidence Stock and Commodity Markets Trading Starts Now With Corrective Elliott Wave Patterns / InvestorEducation / Elliott Wave Theory

By: EWI

Soybeans and Apple stock (AAPL): Corrective patterns signaled opportunities in these disparate markets. Your market could be next!

The last 2 years have been a time of immense global adversity with the most challenging human health crisis in over a century.

But it has also been a time of immense personal growth. The uncomfortable realization of our dependence on others for everything from entertainment, education, nourishment, and income came into stark, swift focus. And with it, how quickly those things can be taken away without warning because of that dependence.

In turn, the pandemic saw an insatiable industry of online self-improvement crash courses emerge on home garden horticulture, podcast making, home building, home schooling, and -- learning to trade financial markets to "ensure a steady livelihood despite economic setbacks."

The problem is, learning to trade isn't like learning to plant tubers in your backyard. It's much more complicated and can't be fully conveyed with mock "trials" or simulated positions. At best, many of such courses get people in the door, but not seated at the table of real-world practice and risk-management.

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Friday, March 04, 2022

The Put / Call Ratio – A Technique Used To Gauge Stock Market Extremes / InvestorEducation / Technical Analysis

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Perhaps you’ve heard of the “Put / Call Ratio” (PCR) and been unsure of exactly what it is or when and how to use it.

First, a quick review of what Calls and Puts are. Calls are option contracts that increase in value from a RISE in the price of the underlying stock or index. Puts are option contracts that increase in value from a DROP in the price of the underlying stock or index.

Let’s jump in and see what’s “under the hood” and how we might use that to better inform our decision-making as traders and investors.

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Thursday, January 20, 2022

How to Get Rich in the MetaVerse / InvestorEducation / Metaverse

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Whilst my forthcoming in-depth analysis will point out the primary mechanisms and strategies for becoming wealthy, however here is what one needs to do to fully capitalise on the metaverse where basically you get out what you put in in terms of effort.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2021

FREETRADE - What Value FREE SHARES Can You Expect to Get When Signing Up? AMD, Apple, Microsoft? UK / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

FREE TRADE is probably one of the best UK trading platforms for Stocks and shares ISA's, with it's commission free trading and fractional shares and low F/X fee of 0.45% AND they provide a free share currently worth between £10 and £200 when signing up through a referral link. However what free share can people expect to get will it be an AMD? Apple, maybe a Microsoft as I show what my 7 FREE shares were that I got via referring others to FREE TRADE, so this is a good realistic expectation of what one is likely to get from FREE TRADE.

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Saturday, December 04, 2021

INVESTING LESSON - provide your Portfolio Some Breathing Space / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Investing is accumulating positions in good corporations for the long-run and not trying to swing trade as some appear to be doing. My primary tools for monitoring my portfolio are Excel spread sheets that I only tend to update prior to posting an article that contains the list of AI tech stocks as I am used to not constantly looking at the state of my portfolio i.e. in years past I would update the prices usually once every couple of months or so given that it is a manual exercise.

Folks, you need to provide both your portfolio and yourselves some breathing space, peace of mind as staring at the your stock tracker app's blinking red and green is going to drive you nuts! Don't use trackers, don't use app's. Just use a spread sheet and update your holdings manually once in a while then get on with the rest of your life, don't let your portfolio rule your life!

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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Stock Market Investing LESSON - Buying Value / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

INVESTING LESSON - BUYING VALUE

Remember folks when investing one is not trying to buy the bottoms, one is trying to buy VALUE! There are many metrics for measuring value but for most investors the easiest way to measure value is the P/E Ratio, it is simple and easy to determine and virtually every investment site features the P/E ratios for stocks. Though from my experience many of the sites posted P/E ratios tend to out of date or inaccurate i.e. I calc virtually all of the PE ratios myself by dividing the share price by the earnings per share for the last 4 quarters and that is how one gets the P/E ratio i.e. how many YEARS it would take for the corporation to EARN it's share price.

Now there are many more metrics than that which can be just as important such as whether the corporation printing it's own shares Powell style, Brrrr, so shareholder dilution is another metric I watch among 15 that go towards generating the EC ratio, a quick way to see how expensive or cheap a stock is.

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Friday, November 26, 2021

Stock Maket Trading Lesson - How to REALLY Trade Markets / InvestorEducation / Learn to Trade

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Stock Market Conclusion

Stock market correction so far has been fairly mild with the tech stocks not reaching levels to offer enough of a discount to justify exposure to in the face of the coming inflation storm. Whilst October is not done with yet i.e. we could yet see a final leg down, especially given the potential for earnings surprises form the tech giants due over the next 10 days.. However with each passing day such an outcome diminishes, thus the stock market appears to be gearing up for another run to new all time highs which given the mild correction so far suggests that the Dow could trade nearer to 40k, than 37k by the end of this year.

However, my outlook for 2022 sees worsening conditions that will see transitory inflation become permanent, so there is going to come a time when investors will do the math of what high inflation means for future corporate earnings, i.e. lower earnings due to rising costs and less disposable incomes. Hence it remains highly probable that most stocks will trade to below their October 2021 lows during 2022.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Investing Tips For New Investors / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Mark_Adan

1.         Know Your Investment Goals
There are several key questions every potential investor should ask themselves before venturing into the industry.  Your reasons for investing and how long are two of the key questions you should have an answer to before you can venture into the stock market. Are you looking to grow your wealth, saving for retirement, or hoping for a house deposit?  It is only after identifying and defining your investment goals that you’ll be able to determine what stocks to invest in and for how long.

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Saturday, November 13, 2021

Tips For Investment Success / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Mark_Adan

We live in an information society - however, the information that we receive cannot always be relied upon. That information is supplied by the mass media and is often the product of pundits in cyberspace - that obviously might not be those who are the best sources of information. However - as a logical human being you may very well have more logical ideas. But - even given that insight there are some hints and tips that can provide guidelines that will Excellerate the performance of your portfolio.

So here are some hints and tips from those who know a portfolio and how to make it provide them with an income in a time of high uncertainty.

There is a tremendous amount of information that is available to those who want to enter into the realm of cyberspace. The print media still has a gravitas that is not easy to match. Then there are friends and family - and they can be tremendously influential in shaping your thoughts. Given all these inputs, how do we find that path towards a personal investment that actually delivers,

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Thursday, October 14, 2021

How to Protect Your Self From a Stock Market CRASH / Bear Market? / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Stock Market CRASH / Correction

We will soon be moving into the window for a stock market correction where I penciled the probable expectations for it to take place sometime between Mid Sept to Mid October, though it could start earlier hence why I was not willing to wait around and de risked ahead of the window.

How much could the general indices such as the Dow drop? I have in mind a drop of somewhere between 15% to 20% as being the most provable outcome, though it is early days, so it could be less or it could a more but 15% to 20% is what I have had in mind for the likes of the Dow for some time.

Whether it will be just a correction and resume it's raging bull market or signal start of a bear market proper is uncertain, probability favours continuation but this is not 2011 when we were in a hated stealth bull market that few took seriously instead now every tom dick and harry thinks that stocks can only go up! And so will assume that buying the dip is a one way bet to stock market riches. Which is why one needs to focus on VALUATIONS! Buy when Stocks are CHEAP! For it allows one to survive BEAR MARKETs and not end up with a 20 year Dead Parrots like Cisco and Intel!

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Thursday, October 14, 2021

Why "Losses Are the Norm" in the Stock Market / InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest

By: EWI

"I can measure the motions of bodies, but I cannot measure human folly."

Did you know that Sir Isaac Newton "lost his shirt" in the South Sea Bubble of the 1720s?

This great scientist and mathematician lost more than the equivalent of a million 2021 dollars.

Here's a brief description of Newton's investment actions from Robert Prechter's landmark book, The Socionomic Theory of Finance:

[Sir Isaac Newton] invested a little bit early in the trend and "wisely" took a small profit. Watching the trend continue, he finally bet heavily and "wisely" held on for the long run. He eventually sold out at a near-total loss.

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Oracle Fusion Sales provides sellers with AI-powered recommendations and guided steps to close deals faster

AUSTIN, Texas, July 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Oracle today announced the next generation of Oracle Fusion Sales, a sales automation application that identifies high-quality sales opportunities and guides sellers to close deals faster. Part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Experience (CX ) and powered by artificial intelligence (AI), Fusion Sales automatically provides sellers with quotes, proposals, and recommended steps to help them increase productivity, close more deals, and instill confidence among buyers.

Nearly one third of sellers struggle to close deals and meet quotas, according to a latest study conducted by CRM analyst firm Beagle Research Group in partnership with Oracle. The study, ” Does Your CRM Leave Money on the Table,” highlights the struggles that sellers face with customer churn and archaic sales processes. In turn, sellers have noted that they are open to greater automation and trust AI to take on greater responsibilities, including qualifying leads (70 percent), identifying priority deals (60 percent), and tracking deal progress (80 percent).

“Traditional CRM systems were designed to be a system of record for planning and forecasting versus a tool to help sellers sell more. As a result, sellers spend countless hours on data entry and administration that stunts sales productivity,” said Rob Tarkoff, executive vice president and general manager, Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Experience (CX). “Applying 40 plus years of data and business process expertise, we have done the heavy lifting to engineer the next era of CRM. Oracle Fusion Sales removes the manual steps in the B2B sales process to help sellers close more deals faster and more efficiently.”

Oracle Fusion Sales provides sellers with:

  • Step-by-Step Guided Processes: Sellers can onboard faster and Excellerate productivity with a guided step-by-step process to help engage with accounts, progress opportunities, and close deals faster. Customers can choose to base the processes on best practices set by leadership or customizable, industry-specific templates.
  • Conversation Ready Opportunities: Sellers can automate the process of re-qualifying and converting marketing leads into opportunities. Connected to Oracle Fusion Marketing, Fusion Sales automatically creates highly qualified leads and then passes them to sellers for follow-up.
  • Automated Quotes and Proposals: Sellers automatically receive initial quotes, proposals, and implementation schedules when opportunities are created. The quotes are automatically updated throughout the sales process as a deal progresses and are based on historical data that includes prior successful deals, a customer’s industry, and other account attributes.
  • Intelligent Content Recommendations: Sellers can automatically receive marketing-approved content that is most likely to progress the sale. This saves sellers’ and buyers’ time at each step in the sales process and puts the right offers and answers to commonly asked questions directly in the seller’s hands.
  • Digital Sales Rooms: Sellers can Excellerate the buying experience and better engage buyers by building personalized microsites. Helpful resources like quotes, past contracts, reference stories, and details for past or upcoming Zoom meetings are aggregated to help move buyers closer to a purchasing decision. As buyers use Digital Sales Rooms, sales operations can capture buying signals and other customer engagement data that can inform sales insights, internal training and enablement, and drive future deal success.
  • Advanced Revenue Intelligence: Sales leaders can easily access and report on business trends, spot outliers, and monitor customer sentiment and sales performance with Oracle Fusion CX Analytics. Fusion Sales provides a complete view across the business being able to pull in data from sales, marketing, service, finance, and HR all without support from IT.

What Customers and Partners are Saying About Fusion Sales

“CRM is an integral tool especially as we sell complex and expensive equipment and software solutions in 180 countries across the globe. We used to stitch together sales insights from an array of applications, Excel spreadsheets, and post-it notes. It wasn’t an efficient process,” said Samantha Mohr, vice president, inside sales, Ricoh. “Oracle Fusion Sales provides our sellers with a guided experience that focuses their time and improves deal success by delivering better insights to help us adapt to market shifts faster.”

“Our customers are always searching for new approaches that drive real value and instill confidence in buyers. Oracle Fusion Sales helps solve significant challenges of the B2B selling environment with a boundaryless, adaptable, and radically human engineered architecture” said Andrea Cesarini, Europe Oracle business group lead, Accenture. “Having partnered for over 30 years now, Accenture and Oracle bring unparalleled innovation, industry, and technology acumen to our joint clients.”

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Killexams : CommScope And Microsoft: Linking IoT And The Cloud
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Investment Thesis

CommScope (NASDAQ:COMM), a provider of enterprise scale communications solutions is now teaming up with Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) to expand IoT capabilities with a cloud platform. What does this mean? It means that CommScope can continue to sell its communications hardware to clients, and it now has Azure Cloud support to drive advancements in usability, data aggregation, and efficiency. This is important as more and more manufacturers and businesses leverage smart devices, automation, and wireless features. While beneficial for both parties, I believe CommScope, which has had a lull in performance of late, will benefit the most. Therefore, I believe there is a strong argument for a turnaround play in COMM, and residual bullish implications for Microsoft's Azure revenues.

'We see a tremendous opportunity to transform workforce efficiency by making it easy to deploy and develop private wireless that can underpin agile factories,' said Shriraj Gaglani, GM for Azure for Operators at Microsoft. 'We collaborated with CommScope to implement use cases that increase worker and production line efficiency, and to help incubate and inspire industry 4.0 transformations.'

A summary of CommScope solutions

CommScope Website

CommScope Summary

It is important to consider CommScope as a hardware producer. Many of their products revolve around modems, antennas, cable management, etc., with the goal of advanced digitalization of facilities or areas. Importantly, the company allows clients to gain their own wireless networks to have fast communication between staff, devices, and customers. The company used to be heavily exposed to housing and consumer applications, but has recently shifted more towards enterprise internet-of-things (IoT) applications. With that came the Microsoft partnership to drive higher margin access network solutions. Oracle (ORCL) presents the importance of IoT applications:

By means of low-cost computing, the cloud, big data, analytics, and mobile technologies, physical things can share and collect data with minimal human intervention. In this hyperconnected world, digital systems can record, monitor, and adjust each interaction between connected things. The physical world meets the digital world-and they cooperate.

For CommScope, this means a renewed focus on industrial applications in order to aid in the automation revolution. However, legacy clientele are also digitizing, and case studies include public and university level educational facilities, sporting and event facilities around the world, and commercial real estate. The current featured case study is CommScope's work in leveraging advanced communications solutions at a new Nestle headquarters in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Remember, COMM does the hardware, so financially, they will not see the same returns as a SaaS provider.

A summary of some use cases

CommScope Website

New core revenue segments of COMM

CommScope Presentation

As development projects were put on the back burner due to the pandemic, CommScope has seen weak growth over the past few years. However, it seems that growth of sales is returning, although supply chain issues are preventing a full return. Therefore, one can expect an improvement in the financials over the next year or so as the company can obtain the necessary hardware components. I am sure that some investors enjoy a good turnaround play, and I believe that CommScope offers that. However, as I will now highlight, there are a few risks to consider, especially when you can also invest in Microsoft to gain exposure to IoT as well.

First Quarter 2022 highlights by segment

CommScope

First, CommScope has always offered hardware lever financial performance. This means that growth is cyclical, and margins are low. Further, CommScope has had to find growth through acquisitions, and this has weakened the balance sheet significantly. However, the pandemic exacerbated the weakness, and one would hope that a return to normal form would offer more safety. While the financial terms of the Microsoft partnership are unknown, I expect to see slight improvements as the collaboration moves forward. First, look for revenue growth to return positive, above the current 7% YoY rate. Then, watch for operational synergies and high margin sales to increase profit margins. So far, the downward trend in EBITDA margin seems to be flattening out, but net income remains a risk point.

revenues and growth rates of COMM over 20 years

Koyfin

CommScope EBITDA and Net income, with margins

Koyfin

Another major risk point is the extremely leveraged balance sheet. An acquisition of Arris in 2019 came with tremendous amounts of debt and the acquisition only pushed revenues up. Margins have weakened ever since, and the company has decided to shift away from the consumer segment. While management states that their debt is well managed, Moody's would disagree as they have downgraded the company and maintain a negative outlook.

The negative outlook reflects the uncertainty around the timing of resolution of supply chain challenges, cost pressures and the resulting ability to drive leverage towards 7x. CommScope's cost cutting plans and expected price increases has the potential to offset some of the pressures in late 2022 and 2023 if the macro environment does not deteriorate.

CommScope debt and free cash flow

Koyfin

A summary of balance sheet management, leverage, and debt maturities.

CommScope

Comparisons to MSFT

Therefore, unless an investor wants to watch for a bottom and gamble on a turnaround in CommScope, I would recommend considering Microsoft instead. Across the board, MSFT offers substantial, albeit declining revenue and earnings growth. New partnerships, such as with CommScope, and a push towards subscription services via Azure cloud will aid in establishing a forward facing business. This allows investors to not face the same volatility, cyclicality, and risk associated with a company such as CommScope. Just check out the differences in the growth and leverage chart comparisons between the two companies below.

Comparison of growth between COMM and MSFT

Koyfin

Comparison of leverage between MSFT and COMM

Koyfin

However, sometimes taking the easy way out will not lead to financial outperformance. High risk, high reward, right? This new partnership may be just the catalyst that COMM needs to turn around, depending on how expansive the collaborative nature is. While uncertain to date, we have to also consider the current values of both entities. As shown in the charts below, COMM scope is in fact undervalued when compared to Microsoft. Sure for a good reason, as quality should earn a premium, but COMM is extremely cheap at the moment. Even with the tons of debt, CommScope's enterprise value metrics remain low when compared to the industry. At a current 0.17x trailing P/S ratio, COMM certainly has a compelling risk/reward profile.

Comparison of valuation between COMM and MSFT

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Valuation grade metrics

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Conclusion

While IoT is a growing field, companies such as CommScope are facing headways due to the need to spend on cloud software services. Perhaps a new age of partnerships with cloud providers such as Microsoft will allow for the industry to reestablish strong revenues. While hardware providers will always see cyclicality and low margins, I believe CommScope may have the opportunity to Excellerate their financial position. Any positive improvements at the current share valuation will have tremendous implications to an investor's returns. Even Moody's says there may be a chance for this to occur, and they will change their rating accordingly:

Given the negative outlook and high leverage today, an upgrade of CommScope's ratings in the near term is unlikely. However, an upgrade could occur if the company can sustain core revenue, EBITDA and cash flow growth, leverage is on track to decline to 6x and liquidity remains solid. The ratings could be downgraded if end market outlooks deteriorate, performance weakens, leverage is not on track to Excellerate towards 7x or liquidity deteriorates materially.

Therefore, it is up to COMM's management being able to leverage this favorable partnership, and not squander the opportunity. I will certainly watching performance over the next few quarters, and may attempt to trade the turnaround. While I would only recommend further research into this for other risk tolerant investors, I feel it is certainly worth consideration. If not, feel comfortable in the fact that Microsoft will continue growing its Azure platform, and more capabilities only create positive outlook.

Thanks for reading.

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Even the best of us make mistakes or dive into an investment too early, which explains the concept of Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount. Though investors tend to hang on every word that comes out of the “Oracle of Omaha’s” mouth, he has never been one to attempt to time the market with the precision of a laser-guided bomb. Instead, Buffett emphasizes playing the long game.

Indeed, Buffett once advised that the “stock market is designed to transfer money from the active to the patient.” At the same time, everyone loves a good discount. And although no one is really enjoying the uncertainty that present economic conditions have imposed, they have also enabled Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount.

Essentially, the strategy is as follows: based on the holdings of Buffett’s multinational conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A, NYSE:BRK-B), investors can identify certain companies trading at a relative discount that are also fundamentally relevant. In other words, these Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount likely won’t be deflated for long.

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Ticker

Company

Price

KO

Coca-Cola

$64.13

MA

Mastercard

$350.21

HPQ

HP

$32.81

PARA

Paramount Global

$24.25

NEM

Newmont

$45.49

CE

Celanese

$119.09

RH

RH

$270.32

Warren Buffett Stocks Trading at Discount: Coca-Cola (KO)

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If you follow the Oracle’s money advice, you’ll know that he has quite a sweet tooth. Indeed, the man is fond of Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), which through Berkshire Hathaway owns about 10% of the soft-drink giant. For curious readers, Buffett apparently craves Cherry Coke.

Thanks to the troubles of the economy, KO is also one of the Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount. At the closing bell of July 22, KO found itself down 1.6% over the trailing five days. In the trailing month, shares are down half-a-percent below parity.

Is this the greatest discount ever? Not even close. However, what makes the company compelling is its fundamentals. First, the cynical argument: intake of poor quality elements increase during recession, which bodes favorably for the soft-drink king. Second, Coca-Cola features robust profitability metrics, with a net margin of 25.7% well exceeding the median 5.35% for the beverage industry.

Mastercard (MA)

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Another intriguing and cynical name among Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount is Mastercard (NYSE:MA). On a year-to-date (or YTD) basis, MA stock is down about 3%. To be fair, over the past month, shares have swung up more than 6%, suggesting rising momentum. Therefore, this deal might not last indefinitely.

Looking at outside factors, what’s particularly “appealing” about Mastercard is inflation. True, the erosion of currency strength — which equates to about 13 cents on the dollar — naturally hurts spending. On the other hand, with prices of virtually everything going up, households need to make their dollars stretch. Often times, credit cards are the only means available (aside from other drastic alternatives).

Like Coca-Cola, Mastercard also features excellent profitability metrics, something that the Oracle no doubt appreciates. For instance, the financial services giant has an operating margin of 55.3%, far better than the industry median of 16.9%.

Warren Buffett Stocks Trading at Discount: HP (HPQ)

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At first glance, acquiring PC and printer manufacturer HP (NYSE:HPQ) doesn’t seem to make a whole lot of sense — even for Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount. Famously, the Oracle of Omaha wasn’t so prescient with IBM (NYSE:IBM), a somewhat similar company that held onto its legacy businesses a bit too long. Eventually, Buffett gave up on IBM.

However, he apparently sees a different situation with HP. For one thing, the move is a classic Buffett play, with the underlying company featuring a robust mix of strengths in the balance sheet and high profitability metrics relative to their industry norms. Notably, HP’s return on assets is 16.8%, ranked 95% better than companies in the hardware sector.

Another factor to consider is the long game. Again, Buffett is a man who emphasizes patience. And over time, HPQ could turn out to be a savvy investment. Of course, right, HPQ stock is down more than 13% YTD. However, there is plenty of room to run over the long term.

Paramount Global (PARA)

Paramount Plus mobile app icon is seen on an iPhone.

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While the entertainment arena has been a messy affair this year, that didn’t stop the Oracle via Berkshire Hathaway to acquire about $2.6 billion in Paramount Global (NASDAQ:PARA). Unfortunately, the company hasn’t been a stronger performer, with PARA stock down about 20% YTD. Nevertheless, for the risk takers, PARA stocks appears to be one of the Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount.

Mainly, Paramount features a mix of an extensive library of streaming content and a compelling sports programming portfolio. In other words, Paramount gives customers significant bang for their buck, which is why some analysts believe it’s one of the few platforms making the transition to streaming that can be successful in the long run. After all, we’re talking about one of the most competitive business segments around.

On the financial front, against a basket of valuation metrics, PARA stock is considered modestly undervalued. Like many of the relevant Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount, Paramount enjoys strong profitability metrics; in particular, its net margin of 14.3% ranks higher than nearly 84% of competitors in the diversified media space.

Warren Buffett Stocks Trading at Discount: Newmont (NEM)

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If you know anything about the Oracle, you know that he loves his sweets and he absolutely hates gold. Indeed, the man has been very vocal about his disdain for the yellow metal, declaring that it has little to no value. Specifically, Buffett zeroes in on its lack of usefulness. Once, he stated about gold, “It doesn’t do anything but sit there and look at you.”

Still, mining giant Newmont (NYSE:NEM) is therefore one of the more intriguing ideas among Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount. To be clear, NEM stock is not a direct holding of Berkshire Hathaway. Rather, Berkshire acquired the insurance company General Re, through which it owns the holdings of specialty investment service New England Asset Management (or NEAM).

Since NEAM then owns Newmont, it allows Buffett to benefit from the precious metals sector, even if he’s not enamored with the sector. With inflation soaring through the roof, however, NEM stock could eventually recover, making for a potentially lucrative discount.

Celanese (CE)

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While everyone loves piling into the individual players that comprise innovative sectors such as electric vehicles (or EVs) and automated transportation, it’s incredibly difficult to predict which brand will ultimately win out in the commercial market. However, what all innovations need is access to critical chemicals and commodities, which is where Celanese (NYSE:CE) enters the frame.

A specialist in the field of differentiated chemistry solutions, Celanese represents the stagehands that help the top thespians put on a great show. Furthermore, the company has relevancies across several sectors, both pioneering and long established. Therefore, CE stock is like selling tickets to the game instead of betting on the spread.

However, Wall Street doesn’t see it that way, which explains why CE stock is down almost 30% YTD. Still, this also makes it an interesting name among Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount. With a solid balance sheet and excellent profitability metrics, CE is a significantly undervalued investment.

Warren Buffett Stocks Trading at Discount: RH (RH)

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I’m going to be straight up about upscale home-furnishings firm RH (NYSE:RH) by letting you know that I don’t think it’s a wise investment. With turmoil in the housing market along with devastating inflation, I’m in the camp that real estate prices will decline first before they swing higher. Nevertheless, the Topic here is Warren Buffett stocks trading at discount.

Sure enough, the Oracle believes in RH stock, even with shares down almost about 50% YTD. Perhaps it’s the patriotic side talking, but early last year, Buffett warned investors to never bet against America. Specifically, in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders in 2021, Buffett wrote, “In its brief 232 years of existence … there has been no incubator for unleashing human potential like America.”

Moreover, buying RH stock fits in with his general framework of acquiring good companies that happen to be going through rough circumstances. And despite latest troubles, RH stock commands a decent balance sheet with strong profitability metrics.

Plus, if he believes in it, who are we mere mortals to argue?

On the date of publication, Josh Enomoto did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the InvestorPlace.com Publishing Guidelines.

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Killexams : Information Systems

MSc PG Certificate PG Diploma

2022 start September 

Information School, Faculty of Social Sciences

Aimed at graduates from any discipline, this course will teach you to design and implement information systems and effective project management techniques alongside practical computing skills, including computer programming. The MSc and PG Diploma awards are CILIP accredited.

Course description

By the end of the course, you'll have an in-depth understanding of information systems within an organisational context, emphasising issues related to information, people, information technologies and the business environment. You'll have gained practical skills related to the design and analysis of information systems. Your knowledge and skills will be highly valued in industry, commerce and academia.

We have world-leading research groups in areas such as database systems, information retrieval, speech recognition, information extraction and information management. This means you'll not only gain knowledge of the well-established fundamentals, but also the most current and advanced theories and techniques.

The course focuses on core subjects in information systems including information systems modelling, project management and the impact of information systems on organisations and society. These are complemented by practical skills in computer programming and the study of professional issues in computing.

You can then tailor the course to your own interests by choosing from more specialised subjects including those with a more technical focus such as database design and human-computer interaction, or subjects that focus on how information management can be used to benefit organisations through digital business and business intelligence.

If you have two or more years' relevant work experience in the information sector and wish to study for a higher degree, you may be interested in our Professional Enhancement programme. The programme is designed for people already in work who want to further their careers, and allows greater freedom in module choice in recognition of your existing expertise.

Accreditation

CILIP accredited for the MSc and PG Diploma awards

Modules

A selection of modules are available each year - some examples are below. There may be changes before you start your course. From May of the year of entry, formal programme regulations will be available in our Programme Regulations Finder.

You’ll need 180 credits to get a masters degree, with 75 credits from core modules, 45 credits from optional modules and a dissertation (including dissertation preparation) worth 60 credits.

Core modules:

Professional Issues

This module aims to promote an awareness of the wider social, legal and ethical issues of computing. It describes the relationship between technological change, society and the law, emphasising the powerful role that computers and computer professionals play in a technological society. It also introduces the legal areas which are specific and relevant to the discipline of computing (e.g., intellectual property, liability for defective software, computer misuse, etc) and aims to provide an understanding of ethical concepts that are important to computer professionals, and experience of considering ethical dilemmas.

15 credits
Information Systems Modelling

To consider the role of information modelling within the organisation and provide an appreciation of the rigorous methods that are needed to analyse, design, develop and maintain computer-based information systems. The course is intended to provide an introduction to information modelling techniques. Students gain experience in applying the wide range of systems analysis methods. Students cover subjects including: soft systems analysis; structured systems analysis methodologies; business process modelling; data flow modelling and object-oriented approaches (e.g. RUP/UML).

15 credits
Information Systems in Organisations

This module integrates subjects of organisation, management, and information systems, with an aim to offer the students an integrated set of concepts and tools for understanding information systems in organisations. During this module students will explore basic management and organisational theories and examine the impact of information systems on organisations. This course introduces key concepts which will be explored further in other modules on the information Management and Information Systems programmes.

15 credits
Information Systems Project Management

This module aims to provide a broad understanding of the fundamentals of project management as they apply to the development of Information Systems (IS). The module uses a flexible approach combining face-to-face seminars with web-based learning material. The module will begin with an overview of the principles involved in IS project management; followed by a discussion of IS development methodologies and their different characteristics and specialisms. The rest of the module will discuss the requirements for various project control activities, including estimating development resources, risk management, guidelines for system quality assurance, and various project control techniques that have been developed in latest years. The module will culminate with a review of human resource management issues.

15 credits
Information Systems and the Information Society

The module develops students' critical understanding of the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on social change in 'the Information Society'. Work will revolve around three key themes: the digital divide, community and digital rights.

15 credits
Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation

This module assists students in the identification of, and preparation of a dissertation proposal. Students will: learn about: on-going research in the School; identify and prepare a dissertation proposal; carry out a preliminary literature search in the area of the dissertation research topic; and be introduced to the use of social research methods and statistics for information management.

15 credits
Dissertation

This module enables students to carry out an extended piece of work on an Information School approved topic, so that they can explore an area of specialist interest to them in greater depth. Students will be supported through tutorials with a project supervisor, will apply research methods appropriate to their topic, and implement their work-plan to produce an individual project report. Students will already have identified a suitable Topic and designed a project plan in the pre-requisite unit Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation.

45 credits

Optional modules - one from:

Foundations of Object Oriented Programming

This module introduces the foundations of object-oriented programming using the language Java. The emphasis of the module is on software engineering principles, and concepts underpinning object-oriented design and development are introduced from the outset. By the end of the module, you will be able to design, implement and test moderately complex Java programs.

15 credits
Introduction to Programming

This module introduces students with little or no programming experience to the general purpose programming language Python. Python is popular and easy to learn for developing a wide range of information systems applications. The skills and understandings required to program in Python are valued by organisations and transfer to most other programming languages.

15 credits

Optional modules - two from:

Digital Business

The module addresses both theoretical and practical aspects of digital business. The module will cover the latest business trends and business models adopted by ecommerce companies so that students are able to recognise and relate to the current practice in business.  The module aims to equip the students with theoretical and business knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to understand and manage new ways of doing business in the digital economy.

15 credits
Researching Social Media

The module will examine the key theoretical frameworks and methods used in social media studies. Students will explore the following questions: 1) What can be learnt about society by studying social media? 2) How should researchers construct ethical stances for researching sites such as Facebook and Twitter? 3) What are the traditional and digital research methods and tools that can be applied to conduct research on social media? 4) What are the strengths and weaknesses of these methods?

15 credits
Information Governance and Ethics

This module explores a) the emergence of information and data as an economic resource; b) the governance challenges and ethical issues arising from organizations' systematic capture, processing, and use of information and data for organizational goals, e.g. value, risk, accountability, ownership, privacy etc; c) governance, ethical, legal and other frameworks relevant to the capture, processing and use of information and data within organizational and networked contexts; and d) technologies and techniques used in the governing and governance of information and data. Case examples from a number of domains, e.g. business, government, health, law, and social media illustrate the subjects investigated.

15 credits
Business Intelligence

We will cover the principles and practices of gathering and synthesizing business intelligence from the external environment, including organisations,  competitive intelligence operations, environmental scanning activities, market intelligence, and strategic intelligence using open source information. A  secondary focus for the module is the role of BI software in organizations to collect and analyse internal information. This module aims to provide students with an understanding of the ways in which business people use information and of how information is used to support strategic decision- making. Students will learn how to carry out effective searches using both free and fee-based resources, and will study key issues concerning the value, cost and availability of information. The module will concentrate primarily on external information resources but also covers the ways in which information internal to   an organisation can be used strategically to enhance competitive advantage. Students will learn through a combination of lectures and practical exercises, and  will have opportunities to develop expertise in using business-focused electronic information services.

15 credits
ICTs, Innovation and Change

This module aims at examining and exploring how organizations and human activity systems cope with change due to the new implementation or updating of Information Systems and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). This change occurs in complex social environments and has cultural, political, structural and ethical impacts that need to be carefully managed. The module will examine and explore how both managers and Information Systems practitioners can be better prepared for the unpredictability, unintended outcomes and possible harmful consequences of change caused by the introduction or update of Information Systems and ICTs. Therefore, the module aims at providing an understanding of both approaches and techniques for the management of this change.

15 credits
Database Design

Effective data management is key to any organisation, particularly with the increasing availability of large and heterogeneous datasets (e.g. transactional, multimedia and geo-spatial data). A database is an organised collection of data, typically describing the activities of one or more organisations and a core component of modern information systems. A Database Management System (DBMS) is software designed to assist in maintaining and utilising large collections of data and becoming a necessity for all organisations. This module provides an introduction to the area of databases and database management, relational database design and a flavour of some advanced subjects in current database research that deal with different kinds of data often found within an organisational context. Lectures are structured into three main areas:¿An introduction to databases¿The process of designing relational databases¿Advanced subjects (e.g. data warehouses and non-relational databases)The course includes a series of online tasks with supporting 'drop in¿ laboratories aimed at providing you with the skills required to implement a database in Oracle and extract information using the Structured Query Language (SQL).

15 credits
User-Centred Design and Human-Computer Interaction

Interface design and usability are central to the experience of interacting with computers. The module introduces usability principles and the design process for interactive systems exploring four major themes. Firstly, user psychology and cognitive principles underlying interface design. Secondly, user interface architectures, modes of interaction, metaphors, navigational structures. Thirdly, the user interface design process including task analysis, modelling constructs and prototyping techniques. Fourthly, the evaluation of user interfaces covering concepts of usability, goals and types of evaluation. The module focus is on the underlying principles of HCI and user-centred design approach with practical sessions to demonstrate these principles.

15 credits

Other courses:

Postgraduate Certificate requires a total of 60 credits
Postgraduate Diploma requires a total of 120 credits

The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it's up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research; funding changes; professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; outcomes of reviews; and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption. We are no longer offering unrestricted module choice. If your course included unrestricted modules, your department will provide a list of modules from their own and other subject areas that you can choose from.

Open days

An open day gives you the best opportunity to hear first-hand from our current students and staff about our courses. You'll find out what makes us special.

Upcoming open days and campus tours

Duration

  • 1 year full-time
  • 2 years part-time
  • 3 years part-time

Teaching

A variety of teaching methods are used, combining lectures from academic staff and professional practitioners with seminars, tutorials, small-group work and computer laboratory sessions. There is strong emphasis on problem-solving and individual aspects of learning, with the expectation that you will engage in independent study, studying and research in support of your coursework.

Teaching consists of two 15-week semesters, after which you will write your dissertation.

Assessment

Assessments vary depending on the modules you choose but may include essays, report writing, oral presentations, in-class tests and group projects.

There is also a dissertation of 10–15,000 words, which provides the opportunity, under one-to-one supervision, to focus in depth on a Topic of your choice. You may choose to carry out your dissertation with an external organisation, for instance if you are a Professional Enhancement student, your project could be directly related to your own work situation. In the past, students who have carried out such dissertations have welcomed the opportunity to tackle real-life problems.

Your career

After completing the course, you'll be equipped to pursue a variety of roles across a wide range of industries. Our students have found work as business or data analysts, IT business consultants, information systems managers and in enterprise architecture.

Department

The University of Sheffield Information School is ranked number one in the world for library and information management in the QS World University Rankings by subject 2021. These rankings are based upon academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact.

The school has been at the forefront of developments in the information field for more than fifty years. The subject is characterised by its distinctive, interdisciplinary focus on the interactions between people, information and digital technologies. It has the ultimate goal of enhancing information access, and the management, sharing and use of information, to benefit society.

When you come to study with us you'll be an integral part of our research culture. The school is your home and we pride ourselves on the friendliness and helpfulness of our staff.

We offer an outstanding academic education through a wide range of taught postgraduate degrees which embed the principles of research-led teaching.

When you join any of our degree programmes you'll develop a critical understanding of current issues in library and information management. You'll benefit from being taught by staff who are undertaking leading-edge research and who have many links with industry.

As part of our mission to provide world-quality university education in information, we aim to inspire and help you pursue your highest ambitions for your academic and professional careers.

Entry requirements

Main course

You’ll need at least a 2:1 in any subject. Relevant work experience is an advantage but we’ll provide consideration to candidates without experience.

Professional Enhancement

This is a different route to the main course. It's aimed at those who already have relevant work experience.

To apply for this course you need either:

  • an undergraduate degree in any subject discipline and at least 2 years' relevant work experience.
  • an undergraduate degree in any subject together with an acceptable relevant professional qualification and at least 2 years' relevant work experience.
  • an undergraduate degree in any subject area, and at least 5 years' relevant work experience.

If you do not have an undergraduate degree but have other qualifications and substantial relevant work experience you may be considered for entry onto the Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma courses.

Overall IELTS score of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.

Pathway programme for international students

If you're an international student who does not meet the entry requirements for this course, you have the opportunity to apply for a pre-masters programme in Business, Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Sheffield International College. This course is designed to develop your English language and academic skills. Upon successful completion, you can progress to degree level study at the University of Sheffield.

If you have any questions about entry requirements, please contact the department.

Apply

You can apply for postgraduate study using our Postgraduate Online Application Form. It's a quick and easy process.

Applications close on Friday 5 August 2022 at 5pm.

Apply now

Any supervisors and research areas listed are indicative and may change before the start of the course.

Our student protection plan

Recognition of professional qualifications: from 1 January 2021, in order to have any UK professional qualifications recognised for work in an EU country across a number of regulated and other professions you need to apply to the host country for recognition. Read information from the UK government and the EU Regulated Professions Database.

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Killexams : Information Management

MSc PG Certificate PG Diploma

2022 start September 

Information School, Faculty of Social Sciences

Prepare for your future career with the world’s number one school for Library and Information Management (QS Rankings 2021). Learn the core concepts and principles related to the systematic design and implementation of information, knowledge and data environments in organisational and networked contexts. The MSc and PG Diploma awards are CILIP accredited.

Course description

Ready yourself for a wide variety of organisational and consultancy roles that demand expertise in information and knowledge management. The emphasis of the programme is on developing your knowledge, skills and experience of design, implementation, management and governance effective information environments. This includes examining their purposes, functions and processes and mediating between information users, resources and systems in both organisational and networked contexts.

You'll also acquire practical experience in the use of new information and communications technologies and develop personal awareness and skills relevant to information management in a variety of workplace roles.

You'll learn basic foundations of information management concerning the systematic acquisition, storage, retrieval, processing and use of data, information and knowledge, in support of decision-making, sense-making and organisational goals.

If you have two or more years' relevant work experience in the information sector and wish to study for a higher degree, you may be interested in our Professional Enhancement programme. The programme is designed for people already in work who want to further their careers and allows greater freedom in module choice in recognition of your existing expertise.

Accreditation

The MSc and PG Diploma programmes are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP).

Modules

A selection of modules are available each year - some examples are below. There may be changes before you start your course. From May of the year of entry, formal programme regulations will be available in our Programme Regulations Finder.

You’ll need 180 credits to get a masters degree, with 60 credits from core modules, 60 credits from optional modules and a dissertation (including dissertation preparation) worth 60 credits.

Core modules:

Information and Knowledge Management

This module addresses both the oretical and practical aspects ofmanaging information and knowledge in organisations, enqabling you to engagecritically with a number of current issues and debates in this field. It isdesigned around case studies of well known organisations and involves thedevelopment of skills in analysis and formulation of strategies fororganisational development. Assessed work focuses also on skills in reviewingthe domain and on the development of conceptual models for information andknowledge management.

15 credits
Information Retrieval: Search Engines and Digital Libraries

Information Retrieval (IR) systems are ubiquitous as searching has become a part of everyday life. For example, we use IR systems when we search the web, look for resources using a library catalogue or search for relevant information within organisational repositories (e.g. intranets). This module provides an introduction to the area of information retrieval and computerised techniques for organising, storing and searching (mainly) textual information items.

Techniques used in IR systems are related to, but distinct from, those used in databases. The emphasis for IR systems is to find documents that contain relevant information and separate these from a potentially vast set of non-relevant documents. The content of the module falls into two main areas: (1)  fundamental concepts of IR (indexing, retrieval, ranking, user interaction and evaluation) and (2) applying IR in specific contexts, bias in information retrieval, and dealing with non-textual and non-English content (multimedia and multilingual IR).

15 credits
Information Systems in Organisations

This module integrates subjects of organisation, management, and information systems, with an aim to offer the students an integrated set of concepts and tools for understanding information systems in organisations. During this module students will explore basic management and organisational theories and examine the impact of information systems on organisations. This course introduces key concepts which will be explored further in other modules on the information Management and Information Systems programmes.

15 credits
Information Governance and Ethics

This module explores a) the emergence of information and data as an economic resource; b) the governance challenges and ethical issues arising from organizations' systematic capture, processing, and use of information and data for organizational goals, e.g. value, risk, accountability, ownership, privacy etc; c) governance, ethical, legal and other frameworks relevant to the capture, processing and use of information and data within organizational and networked contexts; and d) technologies and techniques used in the governing and governance of information and data. Case examples from a number of domains, e.g. business, government, health, law, and social media illustrate the subjects investigated.

15 credits
Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation

This module assists students in the identification of, and preparation of a dissertation proposal. Students will: learn about: on-going research in the School; identify and prepare a dissertation proposal; carry out a preliminary literature search in the area of the dissertation research topic; and be introduced to the use of social research methods and statistics for information management.

15 credits
Dissertation

This module enables students to carry out an extended piece of work on an Information School approved topic, so that they can explore an area of specialist interest to them in greater depth. Students will be supported through tutorials with a project supervisor, will apply research methods appropriate to their topic, and implement their work-plan to produce an individual project report. Students will already have identified a suitable Topic and designed a project plan in the pre-requisite unit Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation.

45 credits

Optional modules - one from:

Introduction to Programming

This module introduces students with little or no programming experience to the general purpose programming language Python. Python is popular and easy to learn for developing a wide range of information systems applications. The skills and understandings required to program in Python are valued by organisations and transfer to most other programming languages.

15 credits
Website Design and Search Engine Optimisation

This module aims to teach the key principles of search engine optimised (SEO) and user-centred website design; including areas of search optimised and accessible design, content strategy, requirements analysis, user experience, and Web standards compliance. Students will have opportunities to apply this knowledge to authentic design problems and develop web authoring skills valued by employers. In particular, students will be introduced to the latest web mark-up languages (currently HTML5 and CSS3) and issues surrounding long-term search ranking, globalisation, internationalisation and localisation - with a business focussed context.

15 credits
Information Systems Modelling

To consider the role of information modelling within the organisation and provide an appreciation of the rigorous methods that are needed to analyse, design, develop and maintain computer-based information systems. The course is intended to provide an introduction to information modelling techniques. Students gain experience in applying the wide range of systems analysis methods. Students cover subjects including: soft systems analysis; structured systems analysis methodologies; business process modelling; data flow modelling and object-oriented approaches (e.g. RUP/UML).

15 credits

Optional modules - three from:

Information Visualisation for Decision-Making

Organisations are nowadays challenged by the volume, variety, and speed of data collected from systems in internal and external environments. This module will focus on i) theoretical and methodological frameworks for developing visualisations; ii) how visualisations can be used to explore and analyse different types of data; iii) how visualisations can turn data into information that can be used to offer critical insights and to aid in decision-making by managers and others. Its module content includes: how to design visualisations, how to create and critique different visualisations, as well as good practices in information visualisation and dashboard design.

15 credits
Information Systems Project Management

This module aims to provide a broad understanding of the fundamentals of project management as they apply to the development of Information Systems (IS). The module uses a flexible approach combining face-to-face seminars with web-based learning material. The module will begin with an overview of the principles involved in IS project management; followed by a discussion of IS development methodologies and their different characteristics and specialisms. The rest of the module will discuss the requirements for various project control activities, including estimating development resources, risk management, guidelines for system quality assurance, and various project control techniques that have been developed in latest years. The module will culminate with a review of human resource management issues.

15 credits
Digital Business

The module addresses both theoretical and practical aspects of digital business. The module will cover the latest business trends and business models adopted by ecommerce companies so that students are able to recognise and relate to the current practice in business.  The module aims to equip the students with theoretical and business knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to understand and manage new ways of doing business in the digital economy.

15 credits
Researching Social Media

The module will examine the key theoretical frameworks and methods used in social media studies. Students will explore the following questions: 1) What can be learnt about society by studying social media? 2) How should researchers construct ethical stances for researching sites such as Facebook and Twitter? 3) What are the traditional and digital research methods and tools that can be applied to conduct research on social media? 4) What are the strengths and weaknesses of these methods?

15 credits
ICTs, Innovation and Change

This module aims at examining and exploring how organizations and human activity systems cope with change due to the new implementation or updating of Information Systems and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). This change occurs in complex social environments and has cultural, political, structural and ethical impacts that need to be carefully managed. The module will examine and explore how both managers and Information Systems practitioners can be better prepared for the unpredictability, unintended outcomes and possible harmful consequences of change caused by the introduction or update of Information Systems and ICTs. Therefore, the module aims at providing an understanding of both approaches and techniques for the management of this change.

15 credits
Database Design

Effective data management is key to any organisation, particularly with the increasing availability of large and heterogeneous datasets (e.g. transactional, multimedia and geo-spatial data). A database is an organised collection of data, typically describing the activities of one or more organisations and a core component of modern information systems. A Database Management System (DBMS) is software designed to assist in maintaining and utilising large collections of data and becoming a necessity for all organisations. This module provides an introduction to the area of databases and database management, relational database design and a flavour of some advanced subjects in current database research that deal with different kinds of data often found within an organisational context. Lectures are structured into three main areas:¿An introduction to databases¿The process of designing relational databases¿Advanced subjects (e.g. data warehouses and non-relational databases)The course includes a series of online tasks with supporting 'drop in¿ laboratories aimed at providing you with the skills required to implement a database in Oracle and extract information using the Structured Query Language (SQL).

15 credits
Academic and Workplace Library, Information and Knowledge Services

This module introduces students to the purposes, functions and practices of a range of academic research and other specialist library and information/knowledge services in the public and private sectors. It considers the challenges of delivering and developing services in a demanding, fast-moving and complex environment. Lectures are combined with sector-based case studies presented by visiting speakers drawn from diverse backgrounds giving extensive opportunities for interaction with specialist practitioners.

15 credits
User-Centred Design and Human-Computer Interaction

Interface design and usability are central to the experience of interacting with computers. The module introduces usability principles and the design process for interactive systems exploring four major themes. Firstly, user psychology and cognitive principles underlying interface design. Secondly, user interface architectures, modes of interaction, metaphors, navigational structures. Thirdly, the user interface design process including task analysis, modelling constructs and prototyping techniques. Fourthly, the evaluation of user interfaces covering concepts of usability, goals and types of evaluation. The module focus is on the underlying principles of HCI and user-centred design approach with practical sessions to demonstrate these principles.

15 credits
Archives and Records Management

This module prepares students for roles within archives and records management, with emphasis on archives.  Students will develop knowledge and awareness of key theories and practices in archives and records management. The module introduces students to some of the principal issues surrounding the provision of archives and records management services and the challenges of meeting user needs within an organisational context. In addition to presenting the fundamental principles the second part of the module focuses on specific subjects of interest, such as: community archiving, digital preservation, web archiving and oral history collecting.

15 credits

Other courses

Postgraduate Certificate requires a total of 60 credits
Postgraduate Diploma requires a total of 120 credits

The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it's up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research; funding changes; professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; outcomes of reviews; and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption. We are no longer offering unrestricted module choice. If your course included unrestricted modules, your department will provide a list of modules from their own and other subject areas that you can choose from.

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Duration

  • 1 year full-time
  • 2 years part-time
  • 3 years part-time

Teaching

A variety of teaching methods are used, combining lectures from academic staff and professional practitioners with seminars, tutorials, small-group work and computer laboratory sessions.

There's a strong emphasis on problem-solving and individual aspects of learning, with the expectation that you’ll engage in independent study, studying and research in support of your coursework.

Teaching consists of two 15-week semesters, after which you’ll write your dissertation.

Assessment

Assessments vary depending on the modules you choose but may include essays, report writing, oral presentations, in-class tests and group projects.

There's also a dissertation of 10–15,000 words, which provides the opportunity, under one-to-one supervision, to focus on a Topic of your choice. You may choose to carry out your dissertation with an external organisation, for instance if you are a Professional Enhancement student, your project could be directly related to your work situation. In the past, students who have carried out such dissertations have welcomed the opportunity to tackle real-life problems.

Your career

We're the leading school of our kind in the UK and have a global reputation for excellence. Our MSc develops the skills you need to work in the fast-paced and evolving field of information management. After completing the course, you'll be equipped for a career in industry or research.

Our graduates have gone on to careers that include:

  • Project Manager, IBM
  • Metadata Specialist, The British Library
  • Wealth Planning Manager, China Merchants Bank
  • IT Director, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Business Analyst, Citibank
  • Director of Communications, Harvard University
  • Head of Library and Information Services, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Vice-President, Goldman Sachs Japan Services Co.
  • Product Engineer, BenQ
  • Management Trainee, Jumei.com

Career pathways

Our modules prepare you for a range of career pathways, including the following. If you're interested in one of these career pathways, your tutors will recommend the most suitable module choices.

Digital Business

This involves managing and delivering products and services. Possible job titles include:

  • e-commerce manager
  • digital product/service delivery manager
  • digital marketer
  • digital product owner

Information Technology

This involves working with organisations to make improvements using information technologies. Possible job titles include:

  • business analyst
  • systems analyst
  • IT project manager
  • database administrator
  • operational researcher

Information Science

Information scientists manage an organisation's information resources and make sure they're readily available. Possible job titles include:

  • information manager
  • information officer
  • knowledge manager
  • management information analyst
  • information governance officer
  • business intelligence officer
  • reporting analyst
  • information analyst
  • data privacy analyst

Read more about careers in information

PhD student and Librarianship MA graduate Itzelle Medina Perea shares her experiences of studying at the Information School.

Facilities

We invested a six-figure sum to create leading-edge, flexible and technology-rich facilities for learning and teaching that are consistent with our reputation as a modern, highly respected and world-leading school. The new facilities include the iLab, the iSpace and a computer laboratory for collaborative learning.

We have three research labs on-site with workspace for over 80 researchers and a dedicated IT support team to assist with technical queries and requests. 

We also have a number of other newly-refurbished spaces which are available to all our researchers.

More about the Information School facilities.

Department

The University of Sheffield Information School is ranked number one in the world for library and information management in the QS World University Rankings by subject 2021. These rankings are based upon academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact.

The school has been at the forefront of developments in the information field for more than fifty years. The subject is characterised by its distinctive, interdisciplinary focus on the interactions between people, information and digital technologies. It has the ultimate goal of enhancing information access, and the management, sharing and use of information, to benefit society.

When you come to study with us you'll be an integral part of our research culture. The school is your home and we pride ourselves on the friendliness and helpfulness of our staff.

We offer an outstanding academic education through a wide range of taught postgraduate degrees which embed the principles of research-led teaching.

When you join any of our degree programmes you'll develop a critical understanding of current issues in library and information management. You'll benefit from being taught by staff who are undertaking leading-edge research and who have many links with industry.

As part of our mission to provide world-quality university education in information, we aim to inspire and help you pursue your highest ambitions for your academic and professional careers.

Entry requirements

Main course

You'll need at least a 2:1 in any subject.

You do not need work experience.

Professional Enhancement

This is a different route to the main course. It's aimed at those who already have relevant work experience.

To apply for this course you need either:

  • an undergraduate degree in any subject discipline and at least 2 years' relevant work experience, or
  • an undergraduate degree in any subject together with an acceptable relevant professional qualification and at least 2 years' relevant work experience, or
  • an undergraduate degree in any subject area, and at least 5 years' relevant work experience.

If you do not have an undergraduate degree but have other qualifications and substantial relevant work experience you may be considered for entry onto the Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma courses.

Overall IELTS score of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component or equivalent.

Pathway programme for international students

If you're an international student who does not meet the entry requirements for this course, you have the opportunity to apply for a pre-masters programme in Business, Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Sheffield International College. This course is designed to develop your English language and academic skills. Upon successful completion, you can progress to degree level study at the University of Sheffield.

If you have any questions about entry requirements, please contact the department.

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You can apply for postgraduate study using our Postgraduate Online Application Form. It's a quick and easy process.

Applications close on Friday 5 August 2022 at 5pm.

Apply now

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