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3. Why Security Analysis ? (1985) ‘How Information Gives You Competitive Advantage’ Harvard Business Review 63,4 (1985) 149-160.

5. Social security (22) Pension funds (38) Foundations & endowments (5) Other (5) Mutual funds/passive investing/indexing. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Objectives: This course aims to provide a basic knowledge of the theories and practices of modern portfolio choice and investment decision. The course will acquaint students with some fundamental concepts such as risk diversification, portfolio selection, capital asset pricing model etc. Security analysis helps a financial expert or a security analyst to determine the value of assets in a portfolio. Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Book by Reilly & Brown Mutual fund performance (88) Passive strategies (18) Exchange-traded funds and applications. 2.

(1985) ‘Competitive Advantage’ The Free Press, New York, 1985. Security analysis is a method which helps to calculate the value of various assets and also find out the effect of various market fluctuations on the value of tradable financial instruments (also called securities). Porter M.E. 4. Security analysis and portfolio management – Fisher.

Rackoff N. , Wiseman C. & Ullrich W.A. Volatility measures (30) Downside-only measures (10) Performance measurement (395) Portfolio management/multi-asset allocation. (152) Other (97) Performance measurement. Security analysis and portfolio management Richard B. Carter , Howard E. Van Auken The Journal of Portfolio Management Apr 1990, 16 (3) 81-85; DOI: 10.3905/jpm.1990.409271