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Learning Objectives
Think quantitatively about the investment returns on stocks.
Calculate monthly and annual stock returns.
Create charts to illustrate historical stock price movements a
Assignment 22: Marginal and Effective Tax Rates in the USA
Learning Objectives
Learn the terminology involved in the 1040EZ Federal Income Tax Return
Practice calculating marginal taxes, and understand the distinction bet
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Lesson 6: Why Call It Tangent?
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Fall 2015
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Kite Runner Webquest
Breaking Down the Looking Glass
This webquest can be found at: https:/sites.google.com/site/kiterunnerwebquestcvhs/home
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Assignment 21: Upside Investing
Learning Objectives
Use Monte Carlo simulation to simulate future stock market returns.
Evaluate the conventional wisdom about asset allocation.
Theres no such thing as a free lunch. To r
Assignment 20 LC Model with Monte Carlo Stock Returns
Learning Objectives
Incorporate uncertain investment returns into the LC model
Evaluate the effect of investment returns on the sustainable level of consumption
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Assignment 10: Introduction to Probability
Learning Objectives
Think quantitatively about random outcomes and probability.
Use Excel to run simulated random trials, and evaluate the distribution of outcomes.
Background
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Assignment 08: Borrowing Constraints and Dynamic Programming
Learning Objectives
Develop an understanding of smoothing consumption subject to borrowing constraints.
Applying dynamic programming solution to find the smoothest
Assignment 11: Expected Value
Learning Objectives
Evaluate uncertain outcomes in terms of their expected value
Use probability and expected value to design the payouts and probabilities for a game
of chance
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Assignment 07: Implementing the LC Model, part 2
Learning Objectives
Develop a spreadsheet implementation of a system of equations. Continue writing
spreadsheet formulas, using cell references, and absolute references.
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Assignment 09: LifeCycle Model with Interest
Learning Objective
Update the LC model of saving and consumption to account for earning asset income
(i.e., interest) on accumulated assets.
Develop an understanding of the
Assignment 13: Actuarial Present Value
Background
The Gompertz Equation models an individuals probability of survival to a certain age.
The expected value provides the probabilityweighted financial payout of an uncertain
Assignment 12: Mortality Rates and Survival Probability
Learning Objectives
Think about death rates and survival rates in terms of probability.
Discuss and implement the Gompertz Mortality equation.
Use Excel to model th
Assignment 16: Stock Portfolios
Learning Objectives
Think quantitatively about the investment returns on portfolios of stocks.
Develop an understanding about stock portfolio construction.
Observe the benefits of diversific
Assignment 18: Monte Carlo Simulation
Learning Objectives
Use Monte Carlo simulation to simulate future stock market returns and future investor
wealth.
Quantify the risk of stocks as the chance of losing wealth.
Backg
Assignment 19: Asset Allocation
Learning Objectives
Investigate the effects of asset allocation decisions on investment results.
Use Monte Carlo simulation to simulate future stock market returns.
Evaluate the conventional
Assignment 17: Portfolio Weights and the Efficient Frontier
Learning Objectives
Learn about constrained optimization, and how to use the Excel Solver tool to perform
constrained optimization.
Quantify the risk in a portf
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The Kite Runner Ch. 19
1. At first, the driver Farid, has a poor first impression of Amir. He states, Youve
always been a tourist here, you just didnt know it (232). Explain what he means by
this.
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