Introduction to Finance. Welcome. Nisan Langberg email@example.com Office 210E Teaching Assistant PJ Pritzker firstname.lastname@example.org. Goal. Equip students with the basic tools necessary for making efficient financial decisions while taking into account future cash flows and their risk.
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Introduction to Finance
Equip students with the basic tools necessary for making efficient financial decisions while taking into account future cash flows and their risk.
Students will master the required theoretical tools and apply them to day-to-day decision of individuals (saving/retirement/mortgage…)
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I will teach and assign problems using the book Corporate Finance by Jonathan Berk and Peter DeMarzo, Perason
Further/alternative reading is Brealey, Myers and Allen, Principals of Corporate Finance, McGraw-Hill Irwin, 8th edition or higher
I do recommend buying the book
Time value of money (chapters 3.1-3.3 and 4)
Time value of money continued
Review of Time value of money with TA
Practice questions CH3,4 due
Interest rates (chapter 5)
Basics of Bond Valuation (chapter 6)
Investment Decision Rules (chapter 7)
Practice Questions CH5/6 due
Stock Valuation (chapter 9)
Practice questions CH7 due
Pricing Risk (chapter 10)
Practice questions CH9 due
Make up class (Saturday) 9:00-12:00