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Trading and Money Management in a Student-managed Portfolio

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ISBN13:

9780123747556

ISBN10:
0123747554
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/25/2013
Publisher(s):
Academic Pr
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Summary

This will be the first textbook for classes associated with student managed investment funds (SMIFs). This growing, unserved market has heretofore relied on information provided by professors, a tactic that demands professors master a range of diverse subjects and leaves students with few or no information sources that address their questions, which often concern applied instead of theoretical subjects. This book willfocus on "how-to" questions, distinguishing it from books on portfolio theory and portfolio managementembody first mover advantages, such as capturing reader loyalty and through aggressive new edition cycles keep switching costs highMarket research reveals that potential buyers want a solution to workflow problems encountered by both professors and students. As that solution, this textbook will immediately deliver information valuable to both parts of its audience: Summarizes through a methodical pedagogy the disciplines and skills necessary for trading Teaches readers to build a ranking model for securities and write a research report for a sell-side firm Covers equities, hedge funds and derivatives, and fixed income


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