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2009 January Bulletin 
2009 January Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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FIN 132 - Principles of Investments

Semester Hours: 3
A study of the theories and analytical techniques used to value financial securities and assets in the markets they are traded. Valuation principles and models for securities including options and futures contracts. Theories of equilibrium asset pricing and the efficient capital markets hypothesis are discussed. Fundamental and technical analysis compared. Overview of the role of computer and information technology for investment evaluation and related securities markets. Discussion of the ethical, global, regulatory, environmental and demographic issues which impact the analysis and valuation of investments by individuals and institutional investors.

Prerequisites & Course Notes:
FIN 110, junior class standing required–students with fewer than 58 credits on record may not register for this course; no exceptions permitted. (Formerly Security Analysis.)

January 2009 Offering:
10103: M-F, 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.; Spieler; 309 CV Starr

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