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Ebf 210 - Investment Principles

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Touro College Department Business Course Investment Principles Course number EBF 210 Prerequisites Corporation Finance EBF 220 Credit hours 3 Developer Dr Kenneth S Bigel Last Update December 5 2003 Course Description This is an advanced course in the Finance track By now the student should know well that Finance requires a facility with mathematics especially algebra This course will also rely heavily on The Time Value of Money Investment Principles is divided into two modules 1 Fixed Income Valuation and Analysis and 2 Equity Valuation Portfolio Management and Market Efficiency After each segment there will be an objective quiz the nature of which will be explained as the semester progresses There will also be regular homework assignments which will be handed in and graded The homework assignments are noted in the schedule below and are due on the session following the assigned dates Lastly there will be a final examination The apportionment of grades is delineated within the Semester Schedule below Course Objectives Students will demonstrate high level analytic and quantitative skills by means of detailed problem solving Students will also exhibit interpretative abilities given qualitative scenario analyses They will be expected to articulate their analyses in both verbal and written presentations Students will demonstrate initiative and pro activity in completing assignments in following the markets and in selecting additional i e not assigned readings Institutional Curricular Goals To further professional career interests in the field of finance To develop critical reasoning skills To foster problem solving and data interpretation skills Course Content This course will cover the critical analytic theories of investment in traditional securities i e stocks and bonds As such we will cover the mathematics of fixed income instruments the valuation of equities and modern portfolio theory Hardware Software Materials Requirements The students will need a financial



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