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- BUS 405 Entire Course
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- BUS 405 Week 1 DQ 1 Blumes Formula, Allocation, and Selection
- BUS 405 Week 1 DQ 2 Money Market Funds
- BUS 405 Week 1 Quiz Chapters 1-4
- BUS 405 Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 problem 18
- BUS 405 Week 2 DQ 1 Primary and Secondary Markets
- BUS 405 Week 2 DQ 2 Contrarian Investing
- BUS 405 Week 2 Assignment Abbott Laboratories Problem
- BUS 405 Week 2 Quiz Chapters 5-8
- BUS 405 Week 3 DQ 1 Forward Interest Rates

- BUS 405 Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 problem 18
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- Annualized Returns Complete problem 18 in Chapter 3 (shown below) and submit to the instructor. Show your work to find the annualized return for each of the listed share prices. Write a 100 word analysis of the process to calculate these annualized returns.
- Suppose you have $28,000 to invest. You’re considering Miller-Moore Equine Enterprises (MMEE), which is currently selling for $40 per share. You also notice that a call option with a $40 strike price and six months to maturity is available. The premium is $4.00. MMEE pays no dividends

- BUS 405 Week 1 DQ 1 Blumes Formula, Allocation, and Selection
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- Blume’s Formula, Allocation, and Selection From Chapter 1, answer Concept Question 5: What is Blume’s formula? When would you want to use it in practice? Also, from Chapter 2, answer Concept Question 4: What is the difference between asset allocation and security selection? Remember to complete all parts of the questions and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 1 DQ 2 Money Market Funds
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- Money Market Funds From Chapter 4, complete Problem 4: The Aqua Liquid Assets Money Market Mutual Fund has a NAV of $1 per share. During the year, the assets held by this fund appreciated by 2.5 percent. If you had invested $50,000 in this fund at the start of the year, how many shares would you own at the end of the year? What will the NAV of this fund be at the end of the year? Why? Remember to complete all parts of the question, show your work, and report the results of your analysis. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 1 Quiz Chapters 1-4
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- BUS 405 Week 1 Quiz Chapters 1-4

- BUS 405 Week 2 Assignment Abbott Laboratories Problem
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- Abbott Laboratories Problem After reading the Value Line figures and information on Abbott Laboratories in the Questions and Problems section of Chapter 6 (just before Problem 27), complete Problems 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 and submit to your instructor. Show your calculations and in your response to problem 31 write a 100 to 200 word defense of your position as to the value of Abbott Laboratories stock at its current price of $50 per share.
- 27. What is the sustainable growth rate and required return for Abbott Laboratories? Using these values, calculate the 2010 share price of

- BUS 405 Week 2 DQ 1 Primary and Secondary Markets
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- Primary and Secondary Markets Complete Concept Question 1 from Chapter 5: If you were to visit your local Chevrolet retailer, there is both a primary and a secondary market in action. Explain. Is the Chevy retailer a dealer or a broker? Remember to complete all parts of the question and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 2 DQ 2 Contrarian Investing
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- Contrarian Investing Complete Concept Question 9 from Chapter 8: What does it mean to be a contrarian investor? How would a contrarian investor use technical analysis? Post your answers to the discussion board. Remember to complete all parts of the question and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 2 Quiz Chapters 5-8
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- BUS 405 Week 2 Quiz Chapters 5-8

- BUS 405 Week 3 Assignment Bootstrapping Chapter 10 Problem 31
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- Bootstrapping Complete problem 31 of Chapter 10 (shown below), and submit to your instructor. Show your calculations and the algebraic manipulation of the price equation for the bond. In addition to solving the problem, write a 100 to 200 word essay on the term structure of fixed income securities.
- One method used to obtain an estimate of the term structure of interest rates is called bootstrapping. Suppose you have a one-year zero coupon bond with a rate of r1 and a two-year bond

- BUS 405 Week 3 DQ 1 Forward Interest Rates
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- Forward Interest Rates. Complete Problem 16 from the Questions and Problems section of Chapter 9: According to the pure expectations theory of interest rates, how much do you expect to pay for a one-year STRIP on February 15, 2011? What is the corresponding implied forward rate? How does your answer compare to the current yield on a one-year STRIP? What does this tell you about the relationship between implied forward rates, the shape of the zero coupon yield curve, and market expectations about future spot interest rates? Remember to complete all parts of the questions, and report the results of your analysis. Respond to at least two of your classmates’

- BUS 405 Week 3 DQ 2 Bond Prices versus Yields
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- Bond Prices versus Yields Complete Concept Question 9 of Chapter 10: (a) What is the relationship between the price of a bond and its YTM? (b) Explain why some bonds sell at a premium to par value, and other bonds sell at a discount. What do you know about the relationship between the coupon rate and the YTM for premium bonds? What about discount bonds? For bonds selling at par value? (c) What is the relationship between the current yield and YTM for premium bonds? For discount bonds? For bonds selling at par value? Remember to complete all parts of the questions, and report the results of your analysis. Respond to at least two of your classmates’

- BUS 405 Week 3 Quiz Chapters 9-10
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- BUS 405 Week 3 Quiz Chapters 9-10

- BUS 405 Week 4 Assignment Performance Metrics Chapter 13 Problem 22
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- Performance Metrics Complete Problem 22 in the Questions and Problems section of Chapter 13 (shown below). When you pick the best choice for your portfolio, defend your decision in a 100 - 200 word essay.
- You have been given the following return information for two mutual funds (Papa and Mama), the market index, and the risk-free rate. Year
- Papa Fund

- BUS 405 Week 4 DQ 1 Expected Returns and Deviation
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- Expected Returns and Deviation Complete Problems 1, 2, and 3 from the Questions and Problems section of Chapter 11 (shown below). Remember to complete all parts of the questions, and report the results of your analysis. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.
- a. Use the following information on states of the economy and stock returns to calculate the expected return for Dingaling Telephone.
- State of Economy

- BUS 405 Week 4 DQ 2 Portfolio Weights
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- Portfolio Weights Complete Problem 10 from the Questions and Problems section of Chapter 12: A stock has a beta of .9 and an expected return of 9 percent. A risk-free asset currently earns 4 percent.
- a. What is the expected return on a portfolio that is equally invested in the two assets?
- b. If a portfolio of the two assets has a beta of .5, what are the portfolio

- BUS 405 Week 4 Quiz Chapters 11-13
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- BUS 405 Week 4 Quiz Chapters 11-13

- BUS 405 Week 5 DQ 1 Hedging with Futures
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- Hedging with Futures Complete Concept Question 7 from Chapter 14: The town of South Park is planning a bond issue in six months and Kenny, the town treasurer, is worried that interest rates may rise, thereby reducing the value of the bond issue. Should Kenny buy or sell Treasury bond futures contracts to hedge the impending bond issue? Remember to complete all parts of the question and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 5 DQ 2 Option Strategies
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- Option Strategies Complete Concept Question 12 from Chapter 15: Recall the options strategies of a protective put and covered call discussed in the text. Suppose you have sold short some shares of stock. Discuss analogous option strategies and how you would implement them. (Hint: They’re called protective calls and covered puts.) Remember to complete all parts of the question and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings outside of your own thread.

- BUS 405 Week 5 Final Project Construct a well-diversified portfolio
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- Focus of the Final Project
- The student will construct a well-diversified portfolio using an initial investment stake of $50,000 (the portfolio should use 95% of the fund, but they may not use more than $50,000). The student may include stocks, common or preferred; bonds, corporate or U.S. Treasury bonds; mutual funds; and futures contract or options. The student will use the closing prices from the first day of the class to determine the price of each issue. Only whole lots of any issues may be acquired, that is no less than 100 shares of common or preferred stock; no less

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