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  • Bond Prices and Yields
  • Equity Valuation Models
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Futures and Swaps
  • Managing Bond Portfolios
  • Options
Brief History of Risk and Return
Interest Rates
  • Determinants of Nominal Interest Rates, Liquidity
    and Default Risk
  • Interest Rate History and Money Market
  • Money Market Prices and Rates
  • Nominal versus Real Interest
  • Rates and Yields on Fixed Income Securities and The
    Treasury Yield
  • The Term Structure of Interest
  • Traditional Theories of the Term
Bond Prices and Yields
  • Bond Basics, Straight Bonds, Coupon Rate, and
    Current Yield
  • Dedicated Portfolios and Reinvestment Risk
  • Duration, Weighted Average Life, and the Life of
    an Investment
  • Immunization
  • Interest Rate Risk and Malkiel's Theorems
  • Straight Bond Prices and Yield to Maturity
  • More on Yields

Buying and Selling Securities
  • Brokerage
  • Getting Started
  • Investor Objectives, Constraints, and Strategies
  • Short
  • Summary and Conclusions

Security Types
  • Classifying Securities
  • Derivatives
  • Equities
  • Interest-Bearing Assets
  • Option

The Stock Markets
  • NASDAQ
  • NYSE and NASDAQ Competitors
  • Operation of the New York Stock Exchange
  • Stock Market Information
  • The Primary and Secondary Stock Markets
  • The New York Stock Exchange

Stock Price Behavior and Market Efficiency
  • Anomalies
  • Bubbles and Crashes
  • "Beat the Market"
  • Foundations of Market Efficiency
  • Forms of Market Efficiency
  • How Efficient are Markets?
  • Informed Traders and Insider Trading
  • Market Efficiency
  • Market Efficiency and Professional Money Managers
  • Some Implications of Market Efficiency
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Why Would a Market be Efficient?

Behavioral Finance and the Psychology of Investing
  • Introduction
  • Misperceiving Randomness and Overreacting to Chance Events
  • Overconfidence
  • Prospect Theory
  • Sentiment-Based Risk and Limits to Arbitrage
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Technical Analysis

Government Bonds
  • Equivalent Taxable Yield
  • Federal Government Agency Securities
  • Government Bond Basics
  • Municipal Bonds
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • Taxable Municipal Bonds
  • U.S. Treasury Auctions
  • U.S. Treasury Bills, Notes, Bonds, and STRIPS
  • U.S. Savings Bonds

Corporate Bonds
  • Adjustable Rate Bonds and Adjustable Rate Preferred Stock
  • Bond Indentures
  • Bond Market Trading
  • Bonds without Indentures
  • Corporate Bond Basics
  • Corporate Bond Credit Ratings
  • Event Risk
  • Junk Bonds
  • Protective Covenants
  • Preferred Stock
  • Types of Corporate Bonds

Projecting Cash Flows and Earnings
  • Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Forecasting
  • Sources of Financial Information
Stock Options
  • Employee Stock Options
  • Hedging Stock with Stock Options
  • Hedging a Stock Portfolio with Stock Index Options
  • Implied Standard Deviation
  • Measuring the Impact of Input Changes on Option Prices
  • Options on Common Stock
  • Option "Moneyness"
  • Option Payoff and Profits
  • Option Strategies
  • Option Prices, Intrinsic Values, and Arbitrage
  • Put-Call Parity
  • Stock Index Options
  • Summary and Conclusions
  • The Black Scholes Merton Option Pricing Model
  • The Options Clearing Corporation
  • Varying the Option Price Input Values