Annabelle Invests in the Market

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/5/11 Annabelle Invests in the Market Terrance Hampton Steve Kianl Syed Nimran Lateef Don Macneil Dusan Mitevski Tuan Nguyen
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6/5/11 Annabelle Has Cash Annabelle has $120,000 Internet Fund (Madison) & Index Fund (Shield) Options Concerned about volatility of Internet Stocks
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6/5/11 Annabelle Wants Balance Proportion of Cash Invested in Shield Should At Least be 1/3 That Invested in Madison Will Not Invest More Than Twice amount in Madison That She Invests in Shield
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6/5/11 What if ? ….
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Unformatted text preview: • Option 1: Leave the investment as is with current restraints. • Option 2: Remove the at least 1 Shield share for every Madison share constraint. • Option 3: Remove the constraint of not investing more than twice amount in 6/5/11 Annabelle Has Options 6/5/11 Annabelle Has Options 6/5/11 Annabelle Has More Money • If Annabelle had another $1 & extra $0.25 • If Annabelle had $2 & extra $0.50 • If Annabelle had $3 & extra $0.75 A Pattern Emerges 6/5/11 Questions???...
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