B6302 Capital Markets Course DescriptionCapital Markets course has three goals:
- To introduce the principles of asset valuation from an applied perspective. The majority of the class is concerned with the valuation of financial securities. The valuation issues to be discussed are heavily used in portfolio management and risk management applications.
- To introduce the following concepts: arbitrage, the term structure of interest rates, equilibrium pricing, diversification, the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), efficient and inefficient markets, performance evaluation, and derivative securities, particularly options.
- To provide sufficient background knowledge for students seeking an overview of capital markets and an introduction to advanced finance courses.
Fall 2012 sections:
- B6302- 001,002,003- Professor Martin Oehmke
- B6302-004, 005- Professor Jialin Yu
- B6302-006- Professor Mark Zurack
- B6302-001,002- Professor Kent Daniel
- B6302-003, 004- Professor Moshe Cohen
- B6302-005- Professor Maxim Ulrich
- B6302- 006, 007- Professor Paul Tetlock