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BUS 405 PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENT COMPLETE CLASS

BUS 405 PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENT COMPLETE CLASS

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BUS 405 PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENT COMPLETE CLASS

Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 problem 18 

Complete problem 18 in Chapter 3 (shown below) and submit to the instructor.  Show your work to find the annualized return for each of the listed share prices.  Write a 100 word analysis of the process to calculate these annualized returns.

Suppose you have $28,000 to invest. You’re considering Miller-Moore Equine Enterprises (MMEE), which is currently selling for $40 per share. You also notice that a call option with a $40 strike price and six months to maturity is available. The premium is $4.00. MMEE pays no dividends. What is your annualized return from these two investments if, in six months, MMEE is selling for $48 per share? What about $36 per share?

Week 1 DQ1 Blume’s Formula, Allocation, and Selection

From Chapter 1, answer Concept Question 5: What is Blume’s formula? When would you want to use it in practice? Also, from Chapter 2, answer Concept Question 4: What is the difference between asset allocation and security selection?  Remember to complete all parts of the questions and support your answers with examples from the text and other resources.

Week 1 DQ2 Money Market Funds

From Chapter 4, complete Problem 4: The Aqua Liquid Assets Money Market Mutual Fund has a NAV of $1 per share. During the year, the assets held by this fund appreciated by 2.5 percent. If you had invested $50,000 in this fund at the start of the year, how many shares would you own at the end of the year? What will the NAV of this fund be at the end of the year? Why?  Remember to complete all parts of the question, show your work, and report the results of your analysis.

Chapter 1 A Brief History of Risk and Return

Chapter 2 The Investment Process

Chapter 3 Overview of Security Types

Chapter 4 Mutual Funds

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