4504s - Finance 4504 INVESTMENTS Fall 2002 TABLE OF...

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Finance 4504 INVESTMENTS Fall 2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. General Information . ........................................................................................................... 1 II. Academic Integrity Policies. ................................................................................................ 3 III. Class Preparation and Deliverables. .................................................................................... 4 IV. Grading . .............................................................................................................................. 7 V. Class Schedule . ................................................................................................................... 8 Reserve Listing/Library Assignments . ............................................................................. 10 Event Analysis Case Summary…………………………………………………………11 Retirement Case Summary……. .………………………………………………………15
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2 TERM: Fall 2002 COURSE NUMBER: FIN 4504 COURSE TITLE: Investments PREREQUISITES: Fin 3403 with a C or better. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Principles and practices of investments; factors influencing security values. INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Cheryl Frohlich OFFICE: 42/3210 OFFICE HOURS: Tu: 10:30-11:30 Tu Th: 7:15-9:00 and by appointment PHONE: 620-2630 (office); 223-7249 (home) Email: cfrohlic@unf.edu Fax: (904) 928-3861 CLASS TIME: T, Th 1:40- 2:55 p.m. (42/ 1101) T, Th 6:00-7:15 p.m. (42/1105) REQUIRED TEXT: Charles P. Jones , Investments Analysis and Management, eighth edition Financial Calculator BAII Plus THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY: November 28-30 DROP DATE: Thursday, November 7, 2002 LAST DAY OF CLASS: Friday, December 6, 2002 FINAL EXAM: FIN 4504 095: Tuesday, December 10, 1:00-2:50 p.m. FIN 4504 094 : Tuesday, December 10, 6:00-7:50 p.m. WHY TAKE FINANCE? Finance is the language of business. Understanding finance is essential for all business students whether the intended major is management, marketing, law, or accounting. A finance background provides a graduate with fundamental training that can be used in all aspects of organizational activity, whether commercial, governmental, or institutional. THIS COURSE INTENDS Finance 4504 examines the field of investments. Descriptive material is thoroughly covered and
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3 the analytics of investments are presented. The variety of securities available when investing directly or indirectly, the markets in which they are traded, the mechanics of securities trading, and a careful analysis of the important concepts of risk and return are discussed. Basic approaches to security analysis and valuation of stocks and bonds are presented. In addition, derivatives are examined and discussed. Fundamental analysis and technical analysis is briefly covered. Finally, portfolio management, capital market theory, and the concept of efficient markets are presented. 1.
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4504s - Finance 4504 INVESTMENTS Fall 2002 TABLE OF...

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