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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fiduciary, United States Treasury Security, Tax Bracket

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The practice of investing funds and managing portfolios should focus primarily on managing risk rather than on managing returns. Asset allocation: the
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FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Standard Deviation, Systematic Risk, Liquidity Risk

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Pure rate of interest: the rate of exchange between future consumption (future dollars) and current consumption (current dollars) This interest rate is
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Efficient Frontier, Modern Portfolio Theory, Harry Markowitz

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One basic assumption of the portfolio theory is that investors want to maximize their returns from your total set of investments for a given level of r
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FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: S&P 500 Index, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Otc Markets Group

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Market: is the means through which buyers and sellers are brought together to aid in the transfer of goods and/or services. A market does not need to h
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FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: High-Yield Debt, Call Option, Commercial Paper

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Chapter 3: selecting investments in the global market. Your goal should be to build a balanced portfolio of investments with a relatively stable return
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Systematic Risk, Standard Deviation, Liquidity Risk

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Pure rate of interest: the rate of exchange between future consumption (future dollars) and current consumption (current dollars) This interest rate is
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