102年第2學期-1937 投資學 課程資訊
|Class participation (attendance, inputs, etc)||20|
|Virtual trading project||15|
This course is to provide students insights on the functions of financial markets, asset valuation, and portfolio management. It is designed to associate theoretical investment framework with empirical practices. Upon the completion of this course, students will be advanced in understanding of the major elements involved in the investment process, key investment theories, asset valuation principles, and fix income markets.
The topics covered in this course will follow the major structure of the textbook that supply you the classical learning aids and convenience. The first part of the class will cover the investment background and major developments in investment theory. Then we will study asset pricing principles as the basis for stock and bond valuation. Fixed income securities will be learned in the last part of the class. This class will also offer virtual trading practices that prepare students for the stronger demand of such experience from the financial industries.
Office HourOffice: M327 (Department of Finance) Office Hours: 2-5PM, Wednesday
Smart, Scott, Lawrence Gitman, and Michael Joehnk, 2014, Fundamentals of Investing, 12th Edition, Person Education Linited. (雙葉書局代理)