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Financial Theory Cheat Sheet

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What is finance? 1) The study of capital markets and its major participants: Fin. Inst; Govt; Households; Non-fin. Inst. 2) Valuation of the riskiness of CF streams: pricing the uncertainty of size + timing of CF in the future. Optimal allocation of resources (risky cash flows) over time under uncertainty

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Mathematical analysis Mathematics Lie algebras Measure theory Formal languages Representation theory Harry Markowitz Generalised Whitehead product
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Inst; Govt; Households; Non-fin. Inst. 2) Valuation of riskiness of CF streams: pricing the uncertainty of size + timing of CF in the future. Optimal allocation of resources (risky cash flows) over time under uncertainty 1. Find CML from endowment points. CCU ln(),( 21 = CC 1 A 2 B ) CCW = + + R 2. Differentiate his utility function with respect to C 1 Why need financial markets Allows for the efficient allocation of resources; pool funds for larger scale uses; more to consume creates larger pie; efficient transfer of funds between lenders (savers) and borrowers 3 aspects of financial decision: 1) Understanding the valuation of risk 2) Agency problems 3) Information (asymmetry): Adverse selection, signalling and screening What is a model Framework / structure used to simplify a relationship between variables; Positive: describing reality as it is Normative: telling...
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