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LO-Un3-W11 - LECTURE OUTLINE FINANCE 320-UNIT III-WINTER...

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LECTURE OUTLINE FINANCE 320--UNIT III--WINTER 2011 Topic I Debt and Preferred Stock: Description and Valuation I. Importance to Corporate Manager II. Bond Features: The Basics III. Bond Valuation A. Determining Value 1. Introduction 2. Examples 3. Price and Value C. Determining Yield Given Price 1. Finding 6-month yield 2. APR and EAR 3. Yield to Call 4. Zero Coupon IV. Preferred Stock A. Definition B. Features C. Valuing preferred stocks: perpetuity D. Valuing preferred stocks: yield to call V. Common Stock Valuation 1. Definition and Difficulties in Valuation 2. Gordon Model 3. Types of Investment Analysis 4. Concept of Market Efficiency Topic II More on Bonds I. Types of Bonds A. Location of Issuer B. Type of Issuer 1. government bonds 2. corporate bonds C. Bond Features: Type of Security 1. government bonds 2. corporate bonds 3. asset backed securities a. definitions b. financial crisis of 2008 D. More Bond Features 1. covenants 2. call feature 3. convertible feature II. Interest Rates: Prices and Risk A. Discounts and Premiums 1. Original Issue
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