Principles of Investments by Bodie, Drew, Basu, Kane and Marcus emphasises asset allocation while presenting the practical applications of investment theory. The authors concentrate on the intuition and insights that will be useful to students throughout their careers as new ideas and challenges emerge from the financial marketplace. It provides a good foundation to understand the basic types of securities and financial markets as well as how trading in those markets is conducted. The Portfolio Management section is discussed towards the end of the course and supported by a web-based portfolio simulation with a hypothetical $100,000 brokerage account to buy and sell stocks and mutual funds. Students get a chance to use real data found in the Wall Street Survivor simulation in conjunction with the chapters on investments. This site is powered by StockTrak, the leading provider of investment simulation services to the academic community. Principles of Investments includes increased attention to changes in market structure and trading technology. The theory is supported by a wide range of exercises, worksheets and problems.
Part 1: Chapter: 1 Investments: Background and Issues Chapter: 2 Asset Classes and Financial Instruments Chapter: 3 Securities Markets Chapter: 4 Managed Funds and Other Investment Companies
Part 2: Chapter: 5 Risk and Return: Past and Prologue Chapter: 6 Efficient Diversification Chapter: 7 Capital Pricing and Arbitrage Pricing Theory Chapter: 8 The Efficient Market Hypothesis and behavioral finance
Part 3: Chapter: 9 Bond Prices and Yields Chapter: 10 Managing Bond Portfolios
Part 4: Chapter: 11 Equity valuation Chapter: 12 Macroeconomic and Industry Analysis Chapter: 13 Financial Statement Analysis
Part 5: Chapter: 14 Options and Risk Management Chapter: 15 Futures and Risk Management
Part 6: Chapter: 16 Investors and the Investment Process Chapter: 17 Hedge Funds Chapter: 18 Portfolio Performance Evaluation
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