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An Introduction To Investment Theory

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An Introduction To Investment Theory

An Introduction To Investment Theory

This hyper text book introduces the foundations of investment decision-making. The book is designed for use in a four-week teaching module for master's students studying introductory Finance. Topics covered includes: Capital Markets: Investment Performance, Basics of Return and Risk: Efficient Frontier, Preferences and Investor Choice, CAPM: The Portfolio Approach to Risk, Understanding Security Market Line, Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Betas, Leverage, Discount Rate, Information and Efficiency of Capital Markets.

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