Capital Markets and Investment Strategy

Course Code
FIN 408
Hours
1.5 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Winter 18 (A)
  • Winter 19 (A)
  • Winter 20 (A)
Prerequisites
[FIN 300 or 302 or 557] and no credit in FIN 310
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy --- Capital Markets and Investment Strategies is a course that covers the fundamentals of making sound investment decisions using modern finance theory. The course focuses primarily on equity securities. Our ultimate goal in the class is constructing a portfolio of equities that delivers the best possible expected return given the risk inherent in holding the portfolio. To that end, we will discuss ideas about how to find investment opportunities, how to assess the rewards and risks of these opportunities, how best to hold these assets in a portfolio, and how to gauge the difference in returns we should expect to receive from this portfolio from those we actually earn.

Prior to Winter 2015, this course was offered as FIN 308.

Taught By
Serhiy Kozak
  • Assistant Professor
Indrajit Mitra
  • Assistant Professor of Finance
Indrajit Mitra is an Assistant Professor in Finance. He joined the Ross School in 2015. His research interests cover theoretical and empirical topics...