syllabus - FIN310: Investments Spring 2010-2011 Syllabus,...

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FIN310: Investments Spring 2010-2011 WEB PAGE: UIC blackboard INSTRUCTOR: Lan Zhang [email protected] OFFICE HOURS: Tuesdays at UH2430. COURSE ASSISTANT: Xiaowei Gong [email protected] LECTURES: T/TH. BSB 337 REQUIRED TEXT: Essentials of Investments , Bodie, Kane, Marcus, 8 edition, McGraw-Hill/Irwin (2009). COURSE OVERVIEW This course is an introduction to investment and portfolio analysis. You will learn the basic concepts for financial markets, instruments, and trading process, as well as the techniques in portfolio analysis. By the end of the course, you should have a deeper understanding of the risk-return tradeoff, for example, how to describe and assess investors’ risk preferences and how to proceed to asset allocation. COURSE POLICIES PREREQUISITES: Calculus, and the requirement from your college.
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