Chapter Six
Capital Allocation to Risky
Assets
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
Chapter Overview
Risk aversion and its estimation
Two-step process of portfolio construction
6-2
Composition of risky portfolio
Capital allocation between risky and risk-free

FINANCE 380 INVESTMENT VALUATION AND ANALYSIS
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Due date: Wednesday, February 17, 2014
Prof. D. M. Smith
In this assignment you will develop an amortization schedule, examine the importance of thrift and
investment timing, and solve

Biswas Fin 400 Ratio Analysis - Page 1
Analysis of Financial Statements
I. Ratio analysis
II. Common Size Analysis
III. Percentage Change Analysis
IV. Du Pont system
V. Limitations of ratio analysis
VI. Qualitative factors
Biswas Fin 400 Ratio Analy

Professor Rita Biswas
Capital Asset Pricing Model
Finance
Problems
Ch.6-3. Assume that the risk-free rate if 5% and the market risk premium is 6%.
What is the expected return for the overall stock market? What is the required rate of
return on a stock tha

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University at Albany - SUNY
FIN 410 Fixed Income Security Market
Quiz #1 Formula Sheet
1. Present value of a lump sum (discount factor):
n
1
PVIF =
1+ r
2. Present value of an annuity (discount factor):
1 n
1
1+ r
PVIFA =
r
3.
Coupon bond pricing

Professor Rita Biswas
Capital Asset Pricing Model
Finance
Solutions Key
Ch.6-3. Assume that the risk-free rate if 5% and the market risk premium is 6%.
What is the expected return for the overall stock market? What is the required rate of
return on a stoc

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Chapter One
The Investment
Environment
Fin 380
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
Real Assets vs. Financial Assets
1-2
Real Assets
Determine the
productive capacity
and net income of the
economy
Examples: Land,
buildings, machines,
knowledge used to
produc

Chapter Twenty Six
Hedge Funds
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
Hedge Funds vs. Mutual Funds
Hedge Fund
26-2
Transparency: Limited
Liability Partnerships
with minimal
disclosure of strategy
and portfolio
composition
Investors: No more
than 100
sophistica

Chapter Six
Capital Allocation to Risky
Assets
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
Chapter Overview
Risk aversion and its estimation
Two-step process of portfolio construction
6-2
Composition of risky portfolio
Capital allocation between risky and risk-free

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understanding individuals, teams, interpersonal process, and organizational dynamics
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Professor Rita Biswas
Stock Valuation DDM
Finance
Problems
Ch.8-5. A company currently pays a dividend of $2 per share, D 0 = $2. It is estimated that the companys
dividend will grow at a rate of 20% per year for the next 2 years, then the dividend will g

Fin 400
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Financial Management
Review Problem Set 2
1. TVM: Assume you are to receive a 20-year annuity with annual payments of $50. The first
payment will be received at the end of Year 1, and the last payment will be received at the
end of

Lecture 3:
Quantifying Interest Rate Risk
Ying Wang
University at Albany SUNY
FIN 410
Fixed Income Security Market
Learning Objectives
Explain Malkiels bond theorems
Interpret and compute DV01
Compute approximate price change due to
DV01
Compute DV01

Lecture 1: Overview of Fixed
Income Securities
Ying Wang
University at Albany SUNY
FIN 410
Fixed Income Security Market
Learning Objectives
Define the fixed income securities
Explain basic terminology in fixed income
markets
Explain features of some fi

Chapter Three
How Securities Are Traded
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
How Firms Issue Securities
Primary Market
Secondary Market
3-2
Market for newly-issued securities
Firms issue new securities through
underwriter (investment banker) to public
Invest

Lecture 2:
Bond Pricing and Yields
Ying Wang
University at Albany SUNY
FIN 410
Fixed Income Security Market
Learning Objectives
Explain the cash flow features of zero-coupon
and coupon bonds
Understand the price quotations of U.S.
Treasuries
Compute th

Chapter Two
Asset Classes and
Financial Instruments
INVESTMENTS | BODIE, KANE, MARCUS
The Money Market
2-2
Subsector of the fixed-income market:
Securities are short-term, liquid, low risk,
and often have large denominations
Money market mutual funds allo