FINC 3330 Investments
3 hours; 3 credits
Characteristics of asset classes, securities, related markets and investment management companies. Principles of investment analysis including risk-return trade-off, asset pricing models, and the efficient market hypothesis. Legal and ethical issues in investment management. Evaluation of the risk-adjusted performance of investment portfolios. Introduction to derivatives, security analysis, and interest rate risk management to help students select electives that present advanced topics in investments. (Not open to students who have completed [Business 3330]).
Prerequisite: [Business 3310] [70.2] or Finance 3310 or Economics 3332 [70.8]
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