Syllabus - FIN4092sy.F10 Blended

Syllabus - FIN4092sy.F10 Blended - DOWLING COLLEGE FIN 4092...

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DOWLING COLLEGE FIN 4092 Investment Management Fall 2010 CRN#90712 Carolyn Spencer, Ph.D., CFA spencerc@dowling.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 7:00-8:00am Brookhaven Brookhaven Office: A209 3:00-5:30 pm Oakdale Oakdale Office: RC505 Saturday 7:00-8:00am Oakdale (11/6-12/18) Required Class Materials : Investments Analysis and Behavior by Hirschey & Nofsinger; McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2nd Edition, 2010. Course Description : This course covers techniques for analyzing the intrinsic value of common stocks and bonds, operations of primary and secondary markets for these instruments, portfolio analysis and asset pricing models, and investment management. Student Learning Outcomes : At the successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Evaluate a security or a financial market’s performance with fundamental and technical analytical tools Estimate a stock’s intrinsic value and its future return Use various management strategies in managing a portfolio Explain stock market events with appropriate terms Demonstrate a knowledge of portfolio management within the Markowitz model, CAPM, APT Analyze investment performance using modern evaluation techniques Perform fixed income and equity valuation analysis Identify the different levels of market efficiency present in global financial markets Analyze the benefits of international diversification
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2010 for the course FIN 4092N taught by Professor Spencer during the Spring '10 term at Dowling.

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Syllabus - FIN4092sy.F10 Blended - DOWLING COLLEGE FIN 4092...

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