Introduction to Investments
Introduction to Investments FI 312
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Syllabus Finance 312 Investments Spring 2012 Overview Finance 312 focuses on the economics of the nancial markets and the theory and practice of investment management The primary areas of focus of the course are a the economics and institutional features of the capital markets b the theory of optimal investment allocation and c securities valuation The securities examined will include equities fixed income and derivatives Some lecture time will be devoted to applying the theories discussed using examples in Microsoft Excel Meeting TimesLocation Section 1 T TH 830950 in 304 Ernst Bessey Hall Section 2 T TH l240200 in N021 Business College Complex Section 3 T TH 300420 in N103 Business College Complex Contact Information Please direct email questions to the course assistant Shan Yan before contacting Professor Fee Course Assistant Shan Yan Professor Ted Fee Office 320 Eppley Center Office 325 Eppley Center Phone 517 3557564 Phone 517 3532920 Email yanshanmsuedu Email feebusmsuedu Office Hours MW 100 7 300 Required Textbook The course textbook is Essentials of Investments by Bodie Kane and Marcus 8Lh edition Older editions are acceptable but homework questions will be drawn from the 8Lh edition back of chapter questions Grading Grading will be based on a combination of exams and homework assignments as follows Exam 1 February 9 30 Exam 2 March 22 30 Exam 3 April 26 30 Homework 10 Total 100 The final course grade will be based on a curve