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FIN 321 - Investments

This course presents fundamental principles of investment and introduces students to characteristics of various financial assets. Major topics include bond valuation, interest rates, term structure, stock valuation, equity market and efficiency, analysis of risk and return, derivative securities, asset allocation and diversification, and behavioral finance. Offered each semester. Prerequisites: FIN 320, STA 215, and admitted to Seidman College of Business or by permit. Not to be taken concurrently with FIN 320.

Credits: 3

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