InvestmentReport
Part1:Investment:Investinginboth
individualstocks,mutualfundsand/or
ETFs
1. Which strategy investing or trading (according to the rules in the textbook Chapter Seven)
did you decide to utilize throughout the course of this project? Explai
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CSR 342
Investing Report
Part 1:
Naturally after watching The Wolf of Wall Street several times before taking this course I
wanted to go into the stock market game with a trading strategy in mind. I did this for quite some
time an
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Which of the following is the main difference between trading and investing?
Selected Answer:
b.
The frequency of trades
Answers:
a.
The risk level
b.
The frequency of trades
c.
The number of shares
purchased
d.
The net gain/
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Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Which of the following describe problems with the dividend growth model?
Selected Answer:
d.
All of the above
Answers:
a.
Future cash flows are hard to estimate
b.
The model is extremely stylized
c.
The model only works under
Chapter 14 - Bond Prices and Yields
Chapter 14
Bond Prices and Yields
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The current yield on a bond is equal to _.
A. annual interest payment divided by the current market price
B. the yield to maturity
C. annual interest divide
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Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Which of the following factors influence an auto insurance premium?
Selected Answer:
5.
All of the above
Answers:
1.
Where the car will be driven
2.
Personal characteristics of the driver
3.
Type of automobile
4.
Amount the v
Time Value of Money
Review
Bond Pricing
Bond Pricing Video Links
Introduction
https:/courses.purduenext.purdue.edu/courses/fin.pers.i1/fin_pers_i
1:fall2016/outline/module1timevalueofmoney/l111bondpricing
Practice problem :
https:/courses.purduenext.purdu
Topics in this review will provide you a guidance to study for the
exam. However please note that this is not an exhaustive list and
there could be questions on topics covered in the materials
(Workbook and Videos) but not mentioned here.
Exam instruction
| L 1.1: Time Value of Money Fundamentals
Let me tell you about Time Value of Money or TVM for short. Time Value of Money is an important
concept to understand in order to really get at the fine details of money. Now, there are lots of people
who do not u
Time Value of Money (TVM)
Review
You can find more practice problems in the workbook (click on below
mentioned links)
Single Sum Problems
Annuities
Simple Interest
Assume that you deposit $5000 into an account that earns 3% simple
interest for 3 years. Wh
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Lecture 07
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Behavioral Finance
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Margin Buying and Short Selling
Buying on the Margin
You borrow money to buy shares with
Repay th
Investment Report
1) The investment plan I followed was the investing strategy. However, due to 17 transactions
over the last two months, the term pure investor could not categorize the investment strategy
that was followed. Furthermore, pure trader does
Homework for tonight
Engl- Formal Purposal due Thursday
Comm- Work on the damn research paper/ Finish test by tonight
Mgmt- MarketShare decision 1 due tonight Decision 2 by Tuesday
CSR- Content and TVM quiz on Friday
Econ- HW due Monday.
Engl- Talk to Bas
Budget Report
My spending over the last three months during this assignment has been fairly consistent.
I seem to be spending between $600 to $687. I spent the most the first month, when I was still
purchasing the things I needed. As the semester went on
Example
If you invested $2000 today in an account that pays 6% interest, with interest compounding
annually, how much will be in your account at the end of two years if there are no withdrawals?
FV = 2000 (1+.06)2
i=.06;
PV=2000;
n=2;
FV=PV(1+i)n
2247.2
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Effective Annual Rates
Is an annual rate of 10% always 10%?
It depends!
m
EAR = (1+i/m) -1
Whats the Effective Annual Rate of interest for a loan that has an
18% annual percentage rate, compounded monthly?
cfw_
Which
of these
gives
you a higher
return
o
| L 1.2: Simple Interest
So you must have figured out by now that time value of money is about accurately accounting for
growth of money over time. And when we talk about money growth, the simplest way to think about
growth of money is what is called thro
| L 1.4: Simple and Compound Interest Examples
So in this segment, I'm going to give you some examples using the formula that we just discussed,
pertaining to single sums, and compounding and discounting those sums. So in this particular example,
see that
Simple Interest
Simple and Lineargrowth is only on the principle amount.SI = P x i x N;
FV = P + SI
P= Principal; N= number of periods; i = interest rate per period.
Example: Assume that you deposit $1000 into an account that
earns 7% simple interest f
| L 1.5: Effective Annual Rates
OK. So let me tell you about frequency of compounding. So far we have assumed that interest rate is an
annual rate. And I've given you problems that talk about two years, three years, five years, whatever.
And the interest
| L 1.6: Annuities
So I'm going to talk to you about effective annual rates now, or EAR. And EARs are, there's nothing
new about this because we've already touched on EAR without calling it that in earlier problems in the
earlier video segments on single
| L 1.3: Compound Interest
I've told you about simple interest, where the interest is simply being calculated on the principle amount
every period. And the growth of money is linear.
However, most applications of loan that you will see out there would be
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CSR 342 Exam 2 Review
Credit
The economic purpose of credit
General rules of thumb for credit use
The household debt paradox (debt puzzle)
Credit Scores
Factors that influence
Range of possible scores of FICO
Credit Bureaus
Credit report entries
Types of