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Sub Committee for Curriculum Development Banking & Finance Specialization Course : FP43 Course Name: Introduction to Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Number of Credits: 2 Level 5 Learning Objective(s) The student will be able to: 1. Explain the significance of Fundamental and Technical Analysis. 2. Appraise various theories of Portfolio management. 3. Create and evaluate a portfolio in terms of risk and return 4. Apply decision making skills in analysing markets for effective portfolio management. Pedagogy: 1. Lecture/PPT 2. Case Study 3. Research papers 4. Newspaper clippings 5. Website of companies/stock exchanges Pre-learning: Shares and Debenture Financial Markets Risk and return Economics Statistics Excel Academic Year 2013-14 Page 1 of 2
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Course Outline Books Recommended 1. Investments by Bodie Kane, Marcus, Tata McGraw Hill , 2012 2. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management by Dr.Prasanna Chandra 3. Securities Analysis & Portfolio Management- Donald Fischer, J Jordan 4.
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