Academic integrity academic integrity is an important

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Academic Integrity: Academic Integrity is an important part of all of the classes you take at the Wisconsin School of Business and this one is no exception. Please note that any suspected violation of the Honor Code will be reviewed by, and subject to, the decision and recommended punishment of the Honor Board. McBurney Center students must come and see us by the end of the second week of class if they have special exam needs and provide us with the supporting documentation provided by the McBurney Center. Midterm and Final Exams You should bring a calculator to the midterm/final. No additional material or technology can be used during the exam. The final exam is cumulative . In the case of an unanticipated excuse (such as serious illness or injury) the student may be asked to provide documentation to corroborate why s/he is unable to take the exam. There are no other accepted excuses for absence from the midterm and final exams. This also applies to job interviews and travel. Re-grade policy: exams will be accepted for re-grade only if they are submitted within three days of receiving the exam. Note if an exam/project is submitted for re-grade, the entire exam will be re-graded by Professor Eraker and Dr. Brendler. Requests for re-grading should be made in writing where the precise nature of the problem or the mistake is explained. Online quizzes There will be online quizzes posted on the course website. Quizzes will be announced one week ahead. You should have a calculator with you when completing the quizzes. You will submit your answer through course website directly. The quizzes must be submitted by an announced deadline. The time to complete each quiz will be limited (ca. 15 min). When computing the final grade, we will drop the lowest grade. Quizzes that are not submitted on time will get a mark of zero. The purpose of the quizzes is to make sure that you are on the right track. No make-up quizzes will be offered, regardless of the circumstances. You are not allowed to share offline or online quiz questions or solutions. They are for your personal use only.
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4 Trading assignments We will use Interactive Brokers (IB) to do simulated trading. Your simulated trading accounts will have a one million dollar balance of paper money. We will use it to do various things, including very mundane things such as placing a limit order or market order. We will also do exercises such as delta hedging an options position.
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  • Spring '16
  • Chang
  • Finance, ........., Professor Bjorn Eraker, Dr. Pavel Brendler

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