Analysis of investments, including various types of investment vehicles, techniques and strategies. Emphasis on the investment environment, role and scope of investments, measuring risk and return and types of investment markets and transactions. Includes the study of common and preferred stocks, bonds, government issues, convertible investments, mutual funds and derivative securities. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): FIN350 or FIN305. Spring Only.
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