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Course Notes for first half of semester (HD Student)

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Course notes for first half of the course that correspond to lecture topics. Includes diagrams and relevant formulae.

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Finance Investment Law Business Mathematical finance Financial economics Beta Financial markets Capital asset pricing model Diversification Economics Options Financial risk Risk-neutral measure
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Finance Investment Law Business Mathematical finance Financial economics Beta Financial markets Capital asset pricing model Diversification Economics Options Financial risk Risk-neutral measure
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Asset = entitlement to future cashflows o Financial Instrument – Financial asset where there is no organised secondary market for trading in that asset o Security – Financial assets traded in a formal secondary market Valuation of Securities and Companies Company value is a function of the value of its securities o V=D+E General Valuation of all securities (debt and equity) – Present Value Formula o Price = PV (Expected Future Cashflows) Three requirements o Future cashflows (amount and timing) o Probability of each cashflow o Risk of the cashflows (discount rate) Returns General Formula for Return Backward-Looking Returns o Return has already occurred/been generated Forward-Looking Returns o Return that is expected in the future (not yet generated) o Expectations are often formed on previous returns (link between them) Link between Prices and Returns When we mo...
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