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Class 1 Introduction

K these weights are subject to change i might

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K These weights are subject to change. I might increase the weight of the problem sets to 15% and decrease the weight of the final to 45%.
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iClickers – Section 202 K Every student must have an iClicker and bring it to every class! K Make sure you register your iClicker for this course. On Vista/Blackboard for Comm 298 K Frequency must be set to AC before each class. K You get points just for answering a question, even when the answer is wrong. Always answer every question, even if you have to guess! K For some iClicker questions, you can talk to your neighbors, others you should attempt to solve on your own.
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Additional Requirements K Calculators A basic, scientific, non-graphing calculator is needed in this course. There is no need to purchase a financial calculator, but some students will find financial calculators quite useful for this and subsequent courses. Regardless of the calculator you use, you must show all formulas, appropriate calculations and a clear understanding of each problem in order to receive full credit on exams. Answers completed only with a financial calculator will receive no credit. GRAPHING CALCULATORS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN EXAMS IN THIS COURSE K Fill out last or next to last page of the syllabus for your section ; include photo or copy of a photo Wait till you have picked a stock for the stock-picking experiment K Bring name signs to each class, please!
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The Stock-Picking Experiment (1) K Find a company whose stock/equity performance you are interested in. This should be a relatively large company K Traded on either a US exchange New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) – Nasdaq K Or the Toronto Stock Exchange. Note that some companies are traded on more than one Stock Exchange. K Exmaple Lululemon: Traded with ticker symbol ‘Lulu’ in US and LLL.TO in Canada K Choose an appropriate stock market index to which you can compare the performance of your stock.
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