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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Equity 3 The Efficient Frontier
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Topics covered
1.
Introductory concepts
4.
Valuing cash flows: NPV; IRR; NoArbitrage methods
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B8306: Capital Markets and
Investments
Fixed Income 1
Fall 2016
Professor Harry Mamaysky
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Valuation approaches
Present valuing future cash flows
No arbitrage
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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Fixed Income 2
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Silver Inc.
Leverage and shorting
Bond institutional details
Zeros and coupon bonds
Fall 2016
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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Equity 4 The CAPM: Theory
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Last class
Efficient frontier of 2 risky assets
Combining a risk-free and a risky asset (CAL)
Tells us E[Rp] as
All rates can assumed to be the riskless rate.
Assume the following zero coupon bond prices for the respective maturities.
Maturity
(years)
Price
0.5
0.9804
1.0
0.9565
1.5
0.9320
2.0
0.9060
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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Equities 5 Using the CAPM
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Midterm
Exam had 160 points
available (150 + 10
bonus)
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of a maximum of 150
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An IB Framework
PITCHING FINANCIAL SOLUTIONSA
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The Duality of Interests
Capital Market Line
Issuer Solution Line
Investor Perspective
Customer Perspective
Equity
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Hybrids
Investment Banking (FINC-GB.2334.00)
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Summer 2013
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Solutions to Problem Set 1
1. (a) You have sold 10,000 shares at the ask price of 102 1/2. You bought 4,000 shares at a bid price 102 1/4. Thus, 6,000 shares are sold short (sold without already ownin
Solution to Problem Set 6 Foundations of Financial Markets Prof. Lasse H. Pedersen 1. (a) We know that the standard deviation of returns on an individual security (in this case equal to .5) is not rel
Solution to Problem Set 10 Foundations of Financial Markets Prof. Lasse H. Pedersen 1. The option price tree is: t=0 t=1 t=2 10 9.52 6.80 4.76 0 This is seen as follows: (a) If the stock price is 144
Challenging Problem 1: Continuous Compounding
Foundations of Financial Markets
Prof. Lasse H. Pedersen
As described in RWJ 5.3., a quoted rate of Q, which is compounded m times
a year, corresponds to
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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Equity 2 Return, Risk, and
Diversification
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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B8306
Capital Markets and Investments
Equity 6 - Using the CAPM
Fall 2016
Mamaysky
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Recap
Negative betas
Long only and long-short portfolios
Using the CAPM to identify mispriced asse
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