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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Types of investors
1.2 2 Institution s
1.2.2 2 Pension funds
1.2.2 3 Endowment funds
1.2.2 4 Insurance companies (Life and Non- life)
1.2.2 5 Bank s
2.2 Primary and Secondary Markets
2.3 1 Types of Orders
2.3 2 Matching of orders
2.4 1 T-
2.4 2 Commercial Paper
2.4 3 Certificates of Deposit
2.5 Repos and Reverse Repos
2.6 1 Treasury Notes (T-Notes) and T- Bonds
2.6 2 State and Municipal Government bonds
2.6 3 Corporate Bonds
2.6 4 International Bonds
2.6 5 Other types of bonds
2.7 Common Stocks
3.1 Introduction: The Time Value of Money
3.2 1 Simple Interest Rate
3.2 2 Compound Interest Rate
3.3 Real and Nominal Interest Rates
3.4 Bond Pricing Fundamentals
3.5 1 Coupon yield
3.5 2 Current Yield
3.5 3 Yield to maturit y
3.5 4 Yield to call
3.6 1 Short Rate
3.6 2 Spot Rate
3.6 3 Forward Rate
3.6 4 The term structure of interest rates
3.7 Macaulay Duration and Modified Duration
4.1 Introduction
4.2 1 Weak-form Market Efficiency
4.2 2 Semi-strong Market Efficiency
4.2 3 Strong Market Efficiency
4.3 Departures from the EMH
5.1 Introduction
5.2 1 Income Statement (Profit & Loss)
5.2 2 The Balance Sheet
5.2 3 Cash Flow Statement
5.3 1 Measures of Profitability: RoA, RoE
5.3 2 Measures of Liquidity
5.3 4 Operating Performance
5.3 5 Asset
5.4.1 1 Discounted Cash Flows
5.4.1 2 Constant Dividend Growth
5.4.1 3 Present Value of Growth opportunities (PVGO)
5.4.1 4 Discounted Free-cash flow valuation models
5.4.2 1 Earning per Share (EPS)
5.4.2 2 Dividend per Share (DPS)
5.4.2 3 Price-earnings ratio (P/E Ratio)
5.4.2 4 Price-Book Ratio
5.4.2 5 Return on Equity
5.4.2 6 The DuPont Model
5.4.2 7 Dividend Yield
5.4.2 8 Return to Investor
5.5 Technical Analysis
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Diversification and Portfolio Risks
6.3 1 Mean-Variance Investors and Market Behaviour
6.3 2 Estimation of Beta
6.4 Multifactor Models: The Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT)
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Forwards and Futures
7.3 Call and Put Options
7.4 1 Cost-of-carry and convenience yield
7.5 2 Put-call parity relationship
7.6 Black-Scholes formula
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Investment Companies
8.3 Active vs. Passive Portfolio Management
8.4 Costs of Management: Entry/Exit Loads and Fees
8.5 Net Asset Value
8.6 1 Open ended and closed-ended funds
8.6 2 Equity funds
8.6 3 Bond funds
8.6 4 Index funds
8.6 5 Money market funds
8.6 6 Fund of funds
8.7 1 Unit Investment Trusts (UIT)
8.7 2 REITS (Real Estate Investment Trusts)
8.7 3 Hedge Funds
8.8 1 Sharpe Ratio
8.8 3 Jensen measure or (Portfolio Alpha)
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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

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