Investments (11th Edition) – Bodie/Kane/Marcus


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Zvi Bodie, Alex Kane, Alan Marcus


McGraw-Hill; 11th edition




1040 pages




B07GP76B3F; B072JL6D6Q





Table of contents

Table of contents :
Preface —
Part I: Introduction. The investment environment
Asset classes and financial instruments
How securities are traded
Mutual funds and other investment companies —
Part II: Portfolio theory and practice. Risk, return, and the historical record
Capital allocation to risky assets
Optimal risky portfolios
Index models —
Part III: Equilibrium in capital markets. The capital asset pricing model
Arbitrage pricing theory and multifactor models of risk and return
The efficient market hypothesis
Behavioral finance and technical analysis
Empirical evidence on security returns —
Part IV: Fixed-income securities. Bond prices and yields
The term structure of interest rates
Managing bond portfolios —
Part V: Security analysis. Macroeconomic and industry analysis
Equity valuation models
Financial statement analysis —
Part VI: Options, futures, and other derivatives. Options markets : introduction
Option valuation
Futures markets
Futures, swaps, and risk management —
Part VII: Applied portfolio management. Portfolio performance evaluation
International diversification
Hedge funds
The theory of active portfolio management
Investment policy and the framework of the CFA Institute —
References to CFA problems —
Glossary —

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