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Number:FN430
Name:Investment Management
Description:Concentration is on corporate securities as investments from the standpoint of the individual investor. Security-appraisal techniques are examined. Markets, mechanics, institutions, and instruments important to the investment process are considered. Simulated investment management is practiced.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):Every spring semester
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): EC211
EC212
FN225

Course Objectives

Students completing this course will be able to: • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the fundamentals if investing in financial markets • Analyze and compare investment options • Track simulated investment accounts • Propose investment options based on individual planning horizons and financial goals.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
S 2013 Fundamentals of Investments 0-07-745764-1 Jordan, Bradford 6TH 12 Richard D. Irwin, Inc.
S 2012 FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMEN 0-07-338235-3 JORDAN 5 MCGRAW-HILL
S 2011 FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMEN 0-07-338235-3 JORDAN 5 MCGRAW-HILL
S 2010 FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMEN 0-07-338235-3 JORDAN 5 MCG
S 2009 FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMEN 0-07-338235-3 JORDAN 5 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING
S 2008 PRACTICAL INVESTMENT MANA STRONG 4 SW
S 2007 PRACTICAL INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 0-324-35936-5 STRONG 4 THOMSON LEARNING
S 2006 PRACTICAL INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT STRONG 3RD 04
S 2002 Practical Investment Management 0-324-01914-9 Strong 2 SW
S 2001 Practical Investment Management 0-324-01914-9 Strong 2 SW
S 2000 Fundamentals of Investing (w/CD) 0-321-02106-1 Gitman 7 ADD
F 1999 Fundamentals of Investment Management (w/CD) 0-256-24624-6 Hirt 6 MCG
F 1999 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management 0-256-03624-1 Cohen 5 Irwin
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