Exam 3 Study Guide Doug Smith
Chapters 11, 13, 14, 18
1. Calculate Holding Period Return
a. The total return received from holding an asset or portfolio of assets
over a period of time, generally expressed as a percentage.
b. Holding Period Return = Incom
FIN4504 INVESTMENTS STUDY GUIDE
1. Calculate Holding Period Return
a. Total return received from holding a security or portfolio over a period of time; %
b. HPR = Income + (End of Period Value Initial Value) / Initial Value
2. Dividend Payout
Pezzy Bros and T-Bones Steller Review
1. Requirements for a Bond I.P.O. (pages 56-60)
I.P.O.- An issue that usually is sold to one or a few institutional investors and is generally held to maturity (Primary Market) They are marketed by investment bankers
HFT 4471 Revenue Management
Exam 1 Study Guide
Directions: Define each term thoroughly and apply them to the hospitality/tourism/travel
revenue management context.
Introduction to RM/RM History
1. What are the Two Components of Revenue Management
EXAM II Study Guide
Exam II Thursday 2/26
- 18 Multiple choice
- 2 blank space problems
o Call provision: some corporate bonds are issued with call
provisions, allowing the issuer to repurchase the bond at a
specified call price b
Exam 1 on Th. 3/22/2016
Bring a #2 pencil, may use a calculator
19 MC questions and 3 open space questions
I will not elaborate on bullet points
Global Club Management Final Paper
The main purpose of this paper is for the student to demonstrate
his/her acquisition of knowledge from the materials covered in
this class. The student will accomplish this by including club
Outline Chapter 5
Where do they get their money from and what do they do with it?
Whom do they typically deal with?
What kind of money problems can this cause?
Bank runs/ contagion
Adverse select pro
5. According to the Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States, the largest liability of U.S.
households is _.
B. consumer credit
C. bank loans
D. gambling debts
12. Which of the following are financial assets?
I. Debt securities
BUL 3310 Study Guide
Introduction to Law
Classifications of Law:
Substantive law- defines rights and duties, such as crimes and
punishments in the criminal law and civil rights and
responsibilities in civil law. It is codified i
Chapter 8 Outline Securities & Tx Pt.1
Capital vs money market
Primary vs secondary market
Primary market: purpose?
IPOs (initial public offering)
Seasoned equity offering
IPOs: Why use an underwriter?
Exam 2 Study Guide
What is debt capital?
What are characteristics of debt?
Define the following terms related to bonds: indenture, par value, face value, face amount, coupon,
coupon rate, security, protective covenant, seniorit
FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE
19 multiple-choice questions
+3 math (show calculation and solution)
1. Financial assets: Ch. 1
Financial assets: claims on real assets or claims on asset income
o These securities are no more than sheets of paper
FIN 4504 Exam 2 Review
*=Professor Suggested these will be the short answers in class.
1. Bond Provisions
a. The call provision is in the favor of the bond issuer, the issuer is
likely to call in the bond when interest rates have fallen. The bond will
Florida State University
August 24, 2015 to December 11, 2015
Dr. Doug Smith
Tuesday/Thursday by appointment
Office Room 424 RBA
Essentials of Investment
Chapter 5: Risk & Return
o Rates of Return (Arithmetic vs. Geometric)
o Calculate Mean, Standard Deviation, & Variance
o Scenario Analysis vs. Historical Distribution
o Risk Aversion, CAL, Sharpe Ratio
o Allocation between one risky as
Lecture 1 (25%)
Financial vs. Real Assets
Definition of both
Role of Financial Markets
Proxy Fight (Yahoo & Carl Icahn)
Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Investment Approach
Definitions and pros/cons
Top-Down = passive
1.Investment: Sacrifice something of value now, money or other resources.
Expect to benefits from that sacrifice in the future.
Reduced current consumption, planned later consumption.
Examples: Investment in securities-stocks, bonds, op
The proprietary view of a firm looks at the basic accounting
equation from the viewpoint of
Dividends paid by a corporation represent a/an
expense of the corporation.
Select the best answer from those provided.
A type of analysis that helps identify similarities and
differences across companies or business units at a single moment in
Chapter 9 Pt1 Outline- Investment Info & Securities Tx
everytime you buy or sell stock the broker makes money.
Churning is illegal. Is it when a broker is allowed to trade on your behalf without your