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FNCE30001 - Investment H1 Notes

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Finance Money Economy Financial risk modeling Actuarial science Financial economics Investment Portfolio optimization Capital allocation line Diversification Modern portfolio theory Beta
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Holding period return (HPR) of a share depends on the increase or decrease in the price of the share over the investment period as well as the dividend income the share has provided. Dollar earned over investment period per dollar invested. Dividend yield, cash dividend/beginning price plus the capital gain yield equal HPR. HPR ≡ Ending price (P 1 ) − Begining price (P 0 ) + Cash dividend (D 1 ) Begining price (P 0 ) ≡ as the ex dividend price P 1 plus any dividend we received in excess of P 0 , paid the dividend as a fraction of initial price P 0 . We need to make decision today before we get to see the return – a lot of uncertainties surround the decisions. ⇨ Distinguish from return we actually earn from the return we are going to get ➢ Unknown future return r ➢ Realized return, r – we...
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