BM409 Investment Academy Syllabus 2012 Winter 2012-01-03 BS

BM409 Investment Academy Syllabus 2012 Winter 2012-01-03 BS...

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BM409 Investment Management Academy Syllabus Investment Management Academy Business Management 409 Section 1 Winter Semester 2012 Faculty Advisor: Bryan Sudweeks, Ph.D., CFA Office: 666 TNRB, Phone: 801-422-1764 E-mail: bryan_sudweeks@byu.edu Teaching Assistants: Burke Davis, Email: burke@gfsi.net , and Anh Hoang, Email: anhhoang226@gmail.com Class: Class is from 9:30 to 10:45 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays in 164 TNRB and from 9:30 to 11:30 AM on Fridays in W108 TNRB. Friday classes are required . Office Hours: Office hours are Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30 p.m. The first hour, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., is for scheduled a ppointments only. Please use the signup sheet outside my office or we can arrange a time via email. The second hour, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., is for walk-ins. Please note that I am happy to discuss any finance or job related questions during regular office hours. We will have additional TA hours as well. Please note that Teaching Assistants Burke Davis and Ahn Hoang are the Heads of Research for the BM415 Asset Management class. Special Thanks: Special thanks to Brett Davis, Jim Seaberg, and Angelo Prieto of Global Financial Advisors (GFA) for their help with this class. Prerequisites: Prior to taking this class, it is strongly recommended that you have taken or be taking BM301: Financial Management and Acc210: Principles of Accounting or their equivalent in your major. Taking this class (BM409) before these required key business classes is not recommended . Committed students who have not yet taken these classes can do so with instructor approval, but it will be very very very challenging (and painful). Required Readings/Tools: Available on Dropbox under BM409 Investment Academy (we will invite you to use this tool the first day of class). Note that updated Tools will be put on the Dropbox website. Please use the most updated Tools available. Required Textbook: John Stone, Thomas Robinson, Jerald Pinto and Dennis McLeavey, Analysis of Equity Investments: Valuation , - Page 1 of 13 -
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BM409 Investment Management Academy Syllabus Association for Investment Management and Research, 2002. This book is no longer available in the bookstore but can be purchased from Amazon.com or other retailers for $20-40. Required Certification: You will complete the Bloomberg Essentials Program for Basics (4 videos), as well as Equity and Fixed Income Analysts during this semester as part of this class. This will be done outside of class. Required Time: This class requires a minimum commitment of 60-100 hours over the semester. Students will not be allowed to take this class for credit or audit without committing to this time requirement. Required Computer: A laptop computer is required for this class. It should have a wireless card and is to be brought to each class. Class Descriptions:
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course BUS M 409 taught by Professor Bryan during the Winter '12 term at BYU.

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