Week 3 Portfolio analysis
Portfolios
Portfolio combination of investments defined by portfolio weights Question: given the expected returns and risks of each individual stock, what is the expected ret
Fixed Income: Bond Portfolios
Lecture Set X
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: Bond Portfolios
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Bond Portfolio Management Strategies
Set investment objectives
Determined by liabilities
Pensi
Fixed Income
Homework #6
1. Assume annual yields in the table below and fill in the missing values.
Year
Time
1
Par Coupon
c1
Zero Rate
z1
Forward Rate
2
4.0%
f01
3
4
c2
c3
c4
z2
z3
z4
f12
8.0%
f23
9.
Fixed Income
Homework #7
Due: 4/7/2016
10 Points Total
Generating MBS cash flows can be messy so we are going to write some functions in R that
allows us to generate the cash flows to structure and pr
Fixed Income: ABS
Lecture Set IX
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: ABS
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Types of Asset-Backed Securities
Consumer
Auto loan and leases
Credit card receivables
Manufactured housing
Student l
Fixed Income
Homework #9
1. How is the net operating income (NOI) of a commercial property determined?
Solution: NOI of a commercial property is determined by taking the rental income and
reducing it
Fixed Income: MBS Structures
Lecture Set VI
Professor John P. Miller
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: MBS Structures
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Interest-Only (IO) & Principal-Only (PO) Strips
The simplest structura
Fixed Income
Homework #9
1. How is the net operating income (NOI) of a commercial property determined?
2. Explain the underlying principle for a yield maintenance charge.
3. The following statement wa
Fixed Income
Homework #10
1. An ABS has been structured with 80% in the senior tranche and 20% in the subordinated
tranche. The shifting interest schedule is as follows:
Year after Issuance
1-3
4
5
6
Fixed Income: MBS Mechanics
Lecture Set V
Professor John P. Miller
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: MBS Mechanics
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How Important Is the MBS Market?
Size: currently $10.74 trillion mortgage
Fixed Income
Homework #7
Due: 4/7/2016
10 Points Total
Generating MBS cash flows can be messy so we are going to write some functions in R that
allows us to generate the cash flows to structure and pr
Fixed Income
Homework #8
Use R to generate the cash flows to answer the following questions.
Assume that a CMO trust has a $100,000,000 original balance with WAC = 4.5%, WAM = 360
and servicing = 0.5%
Fixed Income: Treasury/Fed. Agency
Lecture Set II
Professor John P. Miller
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: Treasury/Fed. Agency
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Treasury Securities
Backed by the full faith and credit of
Fixed Income: CMBS
Lecture Set VIII
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: CMBS
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Commercial Mortgage Loans
Loans are for income-generating properties
Multifamily properties
Office buildings
Indu
Components of Bonds with Embedded Options
The owner of a callable bond enters into two types of transactions
Purchase a noncallable bond
Sell a call option on the bond
callable price = noncallable pri
Study of Credit: The Repo Market
Study of Credit: The Repo Market
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Base Definitions
Repurchase Agreement (repo): Cash loan collateralized by securities. The
implied interest rate is determined by t
Fixed Income
Homework #10
1. An ABS has been structured with 80% in the senior tranche and 20% in the subordinated
tranche. The shifting interest schedule is as follows:
Year after Issuance
1-3
4
5
6
Fixed Income: Term Structure
Lecture Set IV
Professor John P. Miller
Professor John P. Miller
Fixed Income: Term Structure
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Price-Yield Relationship of an Option-Free Bond
What is this shape?
Do
Week 5 Asset pricing models (2)
Testing CAPM
CAPM relates expected returns to betas, i.e. It is a theory about what determines returns on average CAPM says:
Linear relationship between average returns
Week 6 Stock market efficiency
Market efficiency
In an informationally efficient stock market, the price of a stock fully and correctly incorporates all relevant information Logical argument for why s
THE JOURNAL OF FINANCE VOL. LVI, NO. 1 FEBRUARY 2001
Have Individual Stocks Become More Volatile?
An Empirical Exploration of Idiosyncratic Risk
JOHN Y. CAMPBELL, MARTIN LETTAU, BURTON G. MALKIEL,
and
Fixed Income
Homework #2
1. Answer the following questions.
(a) A portfolio manager of a tax-exempt fund considers a $500,000 zero-coupon bond investment that pays an annual interest rate of 5.7% for
Fixed Income
Homework #2
1. Answer the following questions.
(a) A portfolio manager of a tax-exempt fund considers a $500,000 zero-coupon bond investment that pays an annual interest rate of 5.7% for
Fixed Income
Homework #3
1. A portfolio manager (PM) purchases $500,000 face amount of a 10-year corporate bond with
a 5% coupon priced at a required yield of 4.8%. She assumes her reinvestment intere
Fixed Income
Homework #4
1. The bid and ask yields for a Treasury bill are quoted as 5.91% and 5.89%, respectively. Should
the bid yield be less than the ask yield because the bid yield indicates wher
Fixed Income
Homework #4
1. The bid and ask yields for a Treasury bill are quoted as 5.91% and 5.89%, respectively. Should
the bid yield be less than the ask yield because the bid yield indicates wher
Fixed Income
Homework #6
1. Assume annual yields in the table below and fill in the missing values.
Year
Time
1
Par Coupon
c1
Zero Rate
z1
Forward Rate
PV Factor
f01
2
4.0%
3
4
c2
c3
c4
z2
z3
z4
f12
8
Fixed Income
Homework #1
1. What is the cash flow of a bullet 10-year bond that pays a semiannual coupon of 5%
and has a par value of $1,000,000?
2. A bond pays a 5% quarterly on a 30/360 basis.
(a) W
Fixed Income
Homework #3
1. A portfolio manager (PM) purchases $500,000 face amount of a 10-year corporate bond with
a 5% coupon priced at a required yield of 4.8%. She assumes her reinvestment intere
Fixed Income
Homework #1
1. What is the cash flow of a bullet 10-year bond that pays a semiannual coupon of 5%
and has a par value of $1,000,000?
Solution: This bond will have 20 payment periods. In p