Finance

FN340 - Investment Analysis I
Fall 1998

This course focuses on common stock, the stock market, stock options, and approaches to investing in the stock market and building stock portfolios. Particular emphasis is given to three competing approaches to stock investment: fundamental analysis, technical analysis and efficient market analysis. Students are introduced to portfolio theory and study various methods of modeling the risk associated with stock investment such as the capital asset pricing model and arbitrage pricing theory. Also discussed are the distribution of stock to the public, the broker-client relationship, different types of orders investors can place with their broker, short-sales of stock, investment companies, margin accounts, speculation, and hedging. Stock and option valuation models will be discussed as well as the use of stock options in portfolio insurance strategies.
Prerequisites--FN300, CI212, QS211. (3 credits)
3 Credits

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