Equity Markets and Portfolio Analysis

Front Cover
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 5, 2014 - Business & Economics - 720 pages
0 Reviews
Reviews aren't verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it's identified
Understand today's investment challenges and the role of the Bloomberg system

In recent years, changes have swept through the investment industry like wildfire. Academia has followed along and provided new lenses for viewing this transformation, as well as new strategies for gaining a true understanding and knowledge of investment and financial markets. Now, Equity Markets and Portfolio Analysis has been created to further inform investment professionals and finance students on the basic concepts and strategies of investments, and to provide more detailed discussions on advanced strategies and models. The concepts covered in this book will help readers gain a better understanding of the markets and uses for an increasing number of securities, strategies, and methodologies.

Equity Markets and Portfolio Analysis is the only core investment book that covers the functionality of Bloomberg terminals, increasingly critical tools both in the classroom and on the trading floor. As Bloomberg terminals now play a key role in the research, teaching, and managing of student investment funds, understanding the system's information and analytical functions has become more important than ever.

  • In-depth coverage of fundamentals through more detailed concepts for students and professionals who want to better understand the evaluation, selection, and management of securities
  • One-of-a-kind training and instructional course, introduction to Bloomberg investment subjects, and reference for CFA preparation
  • Bloomberg material provided in an appendix accompanying each chapter, a useful option for professors
  • Ideal for finance practitioners, investment bankers, and academics

This unique resource will give readers both the foundational knowledge and the analytical tools necessary for investment success, both in the classroom and in the real world.


What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.


Return and Risk of a Portfolio of Risky Stocks and
RiskFree Security Portfolio Performance Evaluation Using Bloomberg
CHAPTER8 Portfolio Selection Markowitz Model
Capital Structure
Empirical Tests of the CAPM
Wells Fargo Stock Selection
CHAPTER10 The Arbitrage Pricing Theory

4 Bloomberg Government Bond
Description Slide EXHIBIT 2 5 Bloomberg Index Search SECF
Stock and Bond Valuation and Return
Total Return
Spot Rates and Equilibrium Prices
Fundamental Stock Valuation
Valuationof PreferredStock
Types of Orders
CHAPTER 5Investment Funds Intermediate Securities
ExchangeTraded Funds
Investment Banks Financial Service Industry the 2008 Financial Crisis
Bloomberg Exercises CHAPTER6 Expected Rate of Return and RiskStock
Relationship between Return and Risk
Empirical Tests ofthe
Bloomberg Exercises
Corporate Investments
Mergers and Acquisitions
Applied Fundamental Analysis
and Bloombergs DDM Model
Technical Analysis
CHAPTER15 Efficient Markets
Short History of the Derivative Market
CHAPTER17 Futures Markets
TheNature of Futures Trading and the Role of
WebSite Information

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2014)

R. STAFFORD JOHNSON is Professor of Finance at the Williams College of Business, Xavier University. He is the author of five books: Options and Futures, Introduction to Derivatives, two editions of Bond Evaluation, Selection, and Management, and Debt Markets and Analysis. He has also written articles appearing in journals such as Applied Economics, Journal of Financial Education, International Review of Economics & Business, Journal of Economics, The Financial Review, and the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

Bibliographic information