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I: Introduction 1: Introduction to Financial Markets
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets Dow Jones Industrial Average © Oltheten & Waspi 2012
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets Circular Flow © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 H OUSEHOLDS F INANCIAL M ARKETS L ABOR M ARKETS G OVERNMENT G OODS M ARKETS F IRMS F ACTORS OF P RODUCTION C APITAL L ABOR C ONSUMPTION P RODUCTION
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Markets Exist to bring buyers and sellers together
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Markets Labor markets. February 4 & 5, 2014
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Markets Primary market Secondary market
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets Circular Flow © Oltheten & Waspi 2012
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Financial Markets Facilitate optimal allocation of. through.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Returns Mechanism Normal Return. Abnormal Return..
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets Returns Mechanism Normal Return Abnormal Return © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 The beginning of a bubble
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Efficient Markets Hypothesis Weak Form. Semistrong Form. Strong Form.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Technical Analysis Double Bottom (shaped like a W) [A] Breakout #1 [B] Breakout #2 [C] New Trend
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Fundamental Analysis Earnings Per Share (EPS) Price/Earnings Ratio (P/E)
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Fundamental Analysis Current Ratio Quick Ratio availability of working capital liquidity
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Fundamental Analysis Return on Assets (RoA) Return on Equity (RoE) Gross Profit Margin on Sales efficient use of factors of production profitability efficient use of assets
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets Practice Questions © Oltheten & Waspi 2012
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Markets © Oltheten & Waspi 2012 Q&P 1-1: I use my computer and Internet link to chart the movement of all 30 Dow Jones Industrial stocks. I buy and sell according to my analysis of these price movements. If I can generate consistent abnormal returns in this manner then this is a failure of Charles is a member of the Board of Directors of the Royal Bank. If he can generate consistent abnormal returns in trading Royal Bank shares then this is a failure of Varya checks out all the Value Line publications and buys everything that Value Line recommends. If she can generate consistent abnormal returns then this is a failure of I watch Wall Street Week every week. Then when it's over I throw a dart at the Wall Street Journal. I buy whatever the dart hits. If I can generate consistent abnormal returns in this manner then this is a failure of John Q. Investor analyses the quarterly earnings statements of some fifty obscure small-cap stocks. He then buys according to the earnings pattern disclosed. If he can generate consistent abnormal returns in this manner then this is a failure of
1: Financial Markets in the Economy
11 CHAPTER FOURTEEN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF COMMON STOCKS.
Finance/Accounting Functional Review. The Finance/Accounting Functions Defined Investment Decision The Allocation and Reallocation of Capital and Resources.
Module Accounting & Finance Topic Ratio Analysis.
1 CHAPTER FOURTEEN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF COMMON STOCKS.
Chapter 3 Working With Financial Statements 3.1Cash Flow and Financial Statements: A Closer Look 3.2Standardized Financial Statements 3.3Ratio Analysis.
CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO FINANCIAL ANALYSIS. n WHAT IS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS? DEFINITION: the activity of providing inputs to the portfolio management process.
Efficient Capital Markets Two Views on Capital Market Efficiency: “... in price movements... the sum of every scrap of knowledge available to Wall Street.
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Chapter #5All Rights Reserved1 Market Efficiency Chapter 5 Market Analysis Methodologies Forms of Market Efficiency Testing Market Efficiency Technical.
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Accounting Information and Market Efficiency – Theory and Evidence 1.
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Chapter 2 Financial Ratio Analysis. 2-2 Example 2.1 Problem Rylan Enterprises has 5 million shares outstanding. The market price per share is $22.
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RATIO ANALYSIS 3 types Profitability – is the organisation earning more than it spends. Liquidity – is there enough money to cover all bills. Efficiency.
© 2008 Pearson Education Canada7.1 Chapter 7 The Stock Market, the Theory of Rational Expectations, and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis.
1 FINANCIAL RATIOS (using financial statements) Balance sheet - Common-sized balance sheet shows assets, liabilities, and equity as a % of total assets.
Financial Statement Analysis. Two Primary Statements Balance Sheet –Snapshot –BV vs MV Income Statement –Period of time.
Chapter 2 Analysis of Financial Statements. Financial Ratio Analysis Are our decisions maximizing shareholder wealth?
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