Question 1
10 out of 10 points
An investor receives $1084.0 in 2.0 weeks for an initial investment of $1035.0. What is
annual percentage return with continuous compounding?
Answer
Selected Answer:
c.
120.27
Correct Answer:
c.
120.27
Question 2
10 out of
Part I
Financial Statements
Adobe Trading Company
Pro Forma Income Statement
06/30/11
12/31/11
12/31/12
12/31/13
12/31/14
12/31/15
12/31/16
Sales
$0.00
$275,000.00
$675,000.00
$800,000.00
$900,000.00
$900,000.00
$900,000.00
Cost of Goods Sold
$0.00
$173,2
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Date: 2/1/2014
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1.
What Line Item of the Contract han
Name: Guillermo Rosas
Date: 1/25/2014
Assignment #2 for Real Estate Law
Due at Beginning of Class Monday January 26, 2014
Instructions: This Assignment is based on the reading and the topics covered in class.
1.
Jana has been living with her boyfriend Tom
Name: Guillermo Rosas
Date: 2/16/2016
Assignment for Real Estate Law
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Instructions: This Assignment is based on the reading, handouts and topics discussed in class.
1.
If Tamara hasnt paid
Chapter 11 Practice Problems
1. Consider the following portfolio:
Long 1 calls with strike price 128
Short 0 calls with strike price 128
Long 1 calls with strike price 130.5
Short 0 calls with strike price 130.5
Complete the following payoff table. Wh
Chapter 13 & 17 Practice Problems
1. IBM stock currently sells for 33 dollars per share. The implied volatility equals 40.0.
The risk-free rate of interest is 9.0 percent continuously compounded. What is the
value of a call option with strike price 32 and
Chapter 12 Practice Problems
1. IBM stock currently sells for 28 dollars per share. Over 11 month(s) the price will
either go up by 16.0 percent or down by -7.0 percent. The risk-free rate of interest
is 9.0 percent continuously compounded. If you are sho
Properties of
Stock Option Prices
Chapter 10
Notation
European call
option price
p: European put
option price
So: Stock price today
X: Strike price
(textbook uses K)
T: Life of option
cr: Volatility of stock
price
c:
C
: American Call option
price
P: Amer
Chapter 7 Practice Problems
1. Company A can borrow yen at 6.5 percent and dollars at 3.3 percent. Company B can
borrow yen at 7.3 percent and dollars at 3.4 percent. At what interest rates, do company A
and B respectively have a comparative advantage?
An
Trading Strategies
Involving Options
Positions in an Option & the
Underlying
Buy or sell call
Buy or sell put
buy or short sell stock
buy (lend at) or sell (borrow at) risk-free
bond (rate)
Trading Strategies Involving
Options
Take a position in the optio
Chapter 11 Practice Problems
1. Consider the following portfolio:
Long 1 calls with strike price 128
Short 0 calls with strike price 128
Long 1 calls with strike price 130.5
Short 0 calls with strike price 130.5
Complete the following payoff table. Wh
1) Assume that you are a floor broker and a friend of yours is a market maker who trades
soybeans on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade. Beans are trading at $6.53 per bushel.
You receive an order to buy beans and you buy one contract from your frien
REVIEW FOR EXAM2 CHAPTERS 5
1) Which of the following is a consumption asset?
A) The S&P 500 index
B) The Canadian dollar
C) Copper
D) IBM stock
Answer: C
2) An investor shorts 100 shares when the share price is $50 and closes out the position six
months
Chapter 3: Hedging Strategies Using Futures
1. The basis is defined as spot minus futures. A trader is hedging the sale of an asset with a short
futures position. The basis increases unexpectedly. Which of the following is true?
A. The hedgers position im
Hedging Strategies Using
Futures
Chapter 3
Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, 8th Ed, Ch3, Copyright John C. Hull 2013
1
Long & Short Hedges
A long futures hedge is appropriate when
you know you will purchase an asset in
the future and want to l
Interest Rates
Chapter 4
Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, 8th Ed, Ch 4, Copyright John C. Hull 2013
1
Types of Rates
Treasury rates
LIBOR rates
Repo rates
Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, 8th Ed, Ch 4, Copyright John C. Hull 2013
2
Academic Honesty Policy
Individual Assignment Cover Page
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Your Phone Number: 305-764-4408
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Date of Submission:
Title of Assignment:
11/17/2013
Case Study #2
CER
1.
A call option gives the holder:
Student Value Correct
Response
Answer
Feedback
A. the right to 100%
buy
something
B. the right to 0%
sell
something
C. the
0%
obligation
to buy
something
D. the
0%
obligation
to sell
something
E. none of
0%
the above
Sco
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Overall County score of 98
Government Stability: (20)
- Bureaucratic Competence
- Corruption Rank
- Policy Flexibility to global markets
- Nationalization
- Regional / External Threats
England is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional Monarch. Th
Question 1
An investor enters into a long oil futures contract when the futures price is $18.0 per
barrel. The contract size if 100 barrels of oil. How much does the investor gain or lose if
the oil price at the end of the contract equals $16.75?
Answer
Introduction
Chapter 1
1
The Nature of Derivatives
A derivative is an instrument whose
value depends on the values of other
more basic underlying variables
2
Examples of Derivatives
Forward Contracts
Futures Contracts
Swaps
Options
3
1
Ways Derivative
7.1
Swaps
Chapter 7
7.2
Nature of Swaps
A swap is an agreement to
exchange cash flows at specified
future times according to certain
specified rules
An Example of a Plain Vanilla
Interest Rate Swap
An agreement by Microsoft to receive
6-month LIBOR & pay
Mechanics of
Futures and Forward
M k t
Markets
Chapter 2
1
Futures Contracts
Available on a wide range of underlyings
Exchange traded
Specifications need to be defined:
What can be delivered,
Where it can be delivered, &
When it can be delivered
Se
Hedging Strategies
Using Futures
Chapter 3
1
Long & Short Hedges
A long futures hedge is appropriate when you
know you will purchase an asset in the future
and want to lock in the price
A short futures hedge
g is appropriate when yyou
know you will sell
Determination of
Forward and
Futures Prices
Chapter 5
1
Consumption vs Investment
Assets
Investment assets are assets held by
significant numbers of people purely for
investment purposes (Examples: gold,
silver)
Consumption assets are assets held
primar
JULY 2008 CISCO SYSTEMS OPTION PRICING (NO DIVIDENDS)
BLACK SCHOLES MODEL OPTION PRICING
PRICING OF STOCK ON 03/26/2008 CLOSING PRICE
Strike:
25.00
Stock Price:
22.00
Days to Expiration:
Snapshot
Price
Delta
Gamma
Theta
Vega
Rho
Elasticity
Position
Probab
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Whic
Futures and options are similar in all of the following ways except _.
Student Response
expiration
dates are
A.
standardized
B. deliverable quantities
are standardized
C. the owner is not
obligated to proceed
with the transaction
D. All of the above are
s
Chapter 23
Question 1
(0 points)
Since the stock market decline in 2000, the number of companies funded and the total funds
invested by venture capital firms have
Student response:
Correct
Response
Student
Response
Answer Choices
a. held steady.
b. declin
Determination of Forward
and Futures Prices
Chapter 5
Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets, 8th Ed, Ch 5, Copyright John C. Hull 2013
1
Consumption vs Investment Assets
l
l
Investment assets are assets held by
significant numbers of people purely f