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Complete notes for the course that correspond to lecture topics. Includes diagrams and relevant formulae.

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Finance Financial ratios Investment Business Mathematical finance Financial economics Beta Financial markets Capital asset pricing model Economics Portfolio Security market line Consumption-based capital asset pricing model
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Finance Financial ratios Investment Business Mathematical finance Financial economics Beta Financial markets Capital asset pricing model Economics Portfolio Security market line Consumption-based capital asset pricing model
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There are many investors with little wealth compared to the overall market (perfect competition) o No individual can influence the prices of an asset o Limitation: Institutional investors on small market-cap companies (block trades) 2) Single period model o All investors plan for a single holding period of the same length o Investors are unable to rebalance the portfolio and will hold their chosen assets until maturity 3) Investments are restricted to the universe of publicly available assets 4) Borrow and lend unlimited amounts at a fixed risk-free rate o Limitation: Unrealistic, borrowing rate generally exceeds the lending rate o Investors have different credit risk and thus different borrowing/lending rates 5) Perfect capital markets o There are no taxes or transaction costs o Investments are perfectly divisible o Allowance for short-selling 6) All investors are risk averse and maximi...
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