This course is aimed to establish a bridge between modern corporate finance theories and practical investment decisions in financial markets. We will cover the basics of agency theory, modern portfolio choice theory, assets-pricing models and their practical applications. After the course, students will be able to acquire and process the financial market data, to analyze the investment qualities of individual stocks and portfolios and to make rational investment decisions
The goal of mastering the discipline
This course is aimed to establish a bridge between modern corporate finance theories and practical investment decisions in financial markets.
The skills you get
- Students will learn how to build stock portfolios based on modern portfolio theory
- Students will learn how to collect and prepare data on stock returns
- Students will learn how to analyze internal corporate events and their relation to stock performance
- Topic 1: Corporate governance
- Topic 2: Stock valuation
- Topic 3: Portfolio selection
- Topic 4: Capital assets pricing model
- Topic 5: Corporate investment decisions
- Topic 6: Corporate dividend policy
- 1st year, 2nd semester
List of references and sourses
Brealey, R. A., Myers, S. C., & Allen, F. (2011). Principles of corporate finance. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.