Principles of Valuation: Risk and Return
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School: University of Michigan
Registration Link: Principles of Valuation: Risk and Return
Start Date: November 2, 2015 (6 Weeks Long)
Workload: 5-10 Hours Per Week.
Instructors: Gautam Kaul and Qin Lei
Credentials: Professor Kaul has won five Excellence in Teaching awards at Ross, along with earning the Victor L. Bernard Leadership in Teaching Award in 2009. He is widely published in financial journals and teaches a variety of introductory and advanced courses, including Corporate Finance, Investment and Financial Institutions, and Sustainable Enterprise. Lei, a Ph.D. holder from the University of Michigan, joined the University of Michigan staff in 2013 after earning the MBA Outstanding Teaching Award at Southern Methodist University in 2012. He currently teaching courses in applied investment management, options and futures, and capital markets. His most recent research has been published by the Journal of Financial Markets and the Journal of Industrial Economics.
Description: This course covers the valuation of stocks and bonds using the principles of time value of money (TVM). According to the syllabus, the course will also “develop a theory of risk based on the intuitive concept of diversification” before introducing the CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model) and examining the relationship between the risk and return against key statistical concepts.
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