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Title      : Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Subject      : Finance Management
copyright © 2018   : Mohammed Arif pasha
Author      : Mohammed Arif pasha
Chapters/Pages      : 24/340
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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS Total views (35)  
The methods used to analyze the securities to take investment decision can be done through fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis gives the investor information on company performance which is not the only determinant of the market price of companies. Besides fundamental information, the market price may also be influenced by other psychological factors such as perce ......
Pages: 28
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STOCK VALUATION Total views (8)  
The investor takes a number of decisions in the process of investment. He has to decide the risk tolerance level and the nature of assets to be purchased. Once he decides to kind of assets, he will select from the alternatives. The selection of the security is guided by his risk tolerance, expected return and the investment horizon. He analyses the risk return characteristics of holding a part ......
Pages: 7
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SECONDARY MARKET Total views (4)  
The market where the existing securities are traded is referred to as the secondary market or stock market. Here the purchases and sales of securities whether government or semi-government bodies or other public bodies and also shares and debentures issued by joint stock companies are affected. The securities of government are traded in the stock market as a separate component called gilt edge ......
Pages: 13
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RISK MANAGEMENT Total views (6)  
The two key determinants of share prices are expected risk and return. Greater the risk assumed higher will be the return. Investments which carry low risk such as government securities will offer a low rate of return. Any rational investor would analyze the risk associated with the particular stock and a thorough knowledge of risk helps him to plan his portfolio so as to minimize the risk ass ......
Pages: 17
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PRIMARY MARKET Total views (4)  
The industrial securities market in India consists of new issue market and stock exchange. The forms, in which these claims created, are equity shares, preference shares, debentures, right issues, deposits. All financial institutions, which contribute, underwrite and directly subscribe to the securities, are part of new issue market.
Pages: 9
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PREFERENCE SHARES Total views (3)  
Preference shares are those shares, which have the preference over the equity shares as far as the dividend and refund of the capital is concerned. Preference shares are a hybrid security, which have the characteristics of both the debt and equity. Legally preference shares resemble a bond as it has a prior claim on the assets of the firm at the time of liquidation. Similarly the holders of pr ......
Pages: 8
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The principles of portfolio management have been around for a long time, whether they were applied by the Rothschilds, the Medici, or the moneylenders of biblical times. The concepts of portfolio management being explored and implemented by banks around the world. These concepts apply to a broad spectrum of banks, not necessarily to any particular bank. The weaknesses of this historical or tra ......
Pages: 14
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The objective of portfolio management is to maximize the return and minimize the risk. This requires a constant appraisal and evaluation of capital market and the portfolio. Portfolio evaluation involves the process of examining whether the objective of portfolio management has been achieved or not. The portfolio manager evaluates his portfolio performance and identifies the sources of streng ......
Pages: 17
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Academics and practitioners alike are keenly interested in measuring the performance of investment portfolios. Over the last five decades, many performance metrics have been proposed and a sizeable literature has developed assessing the ability of managed fund portfolios to outperform benchmarks. The models adopted in academic papers vary in their degree of sophistication, but predominantly lo ......
Pages: 12
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Different investment avenues are available to investors. Mutual funds also offer good investment opportunities to the investors. Like all investments, they also carry certain risks. The investors should compare the risks and expected yields after adjustment of tax on various instruments while taking investment decisions. The investors may seek advice from experts and consultants including agen ......
Pages: 21
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The money available to consumers, investors, etc. to spend or invest in products is known as the money supply of the market. This money supply includes credit available to consumers. The lower the interest charged on credit facilities, the more consumers are likely to use credit and the higher the money supply in the country. An increase in the money supply is referred to as a growth in the mo ......
Pages: 18
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Introduction to Investment Total views (2)  
Investment is the sacrifice of some present surplus for the future reward. This is done keeping in mind the future needs. It is interesting to know that people from all walks of life irrespective of their education, occupation, income and family background would like to make investment in either physical or financial assets. People and organizations do not like to keep their surplus cash idle ......
Pages: 18
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Investment refers to the sacrifice of money today with the expectation of earning returns in future period. In the economic sense, it refers to the net additions to the capital stock of an economy. The investor uses his money in specific or different investment proposals with the aim of earning good return. Depending upon the risk and return characteristics, savings are channelized in differen ......
Pages: 24
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Foreign exchange market is the market in which currencies are bought and sold against each other. It is the largest market in the world. In other words, the foreign exchange market is the market where currencies of different countries are traded. Because different countries in the world buy goods and services from one another, the different currencies change hands between countries. The curren ......
Pages: 10
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FACTOR MODEL Total views (1)  
The problem with securities is that there are too many of them. This is also true of other securities such as mutual funds. Worldwide, there are thousands of securities and hundreds of mutual funds.
Pages: 4
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Equity shares Total views (0)  
Equity shares represent an ownership position in a corporation. It a residual claim, in the sense that creditors and preference shareholders must be paid before shareholders can receive any payment. In the event of liquidation, equity shareholders are entitled to assets remaining only after all prior claimants have been satisfied. Thus the risk is highest with equity shares and so must be its ......
Pages: 7
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Investment analysis helps an investor to identify the securities that are under valued or over valued. It represents an entire framework of estimating the risk return characteristics of individual securities. The risk return can be well assessed with the help of stock prices which are governed by a number of factors such as fundamental, technical and psychological factors. The investment analy ......
Pages: 13
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DERIVATIVES Total views (1)  
Derivatives are the assets whose value is determined from the value of some underlying asset. The underlying asset may be commodity, equity or currency. Derivative is a modern financial instrument in hedging risk. The individuals and firms who wish to avoid or reduce risk can deal with others who are willing to accept risk for a price. The various derivative products are forward, futures, opti ......
Pages: 26
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The Indian Stock markets have seen a major change with the introduction of depository system and scrip less trading mechanism. There were various problems like inordinate delays in the transfer of share certificates, delay in receipt of securities and inadequate infrastructure in banking and postal segments to handle a large volume of application and storage of share certificates .To overcome ......
Pages: 11
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COMMODITY MARKET Total views (0)  
Commodity markets are markets where raw or primary products are exchanged. These raw commodities are traded on regulated commodities exchanges, in which they are bought and sold in standardized contracts. It covers physical product (food, metals, electricity) markets.
Pages: 7
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Portfolio management is the process of selecting securities in a manner that helps to reduce risk for the same level of return or increase return for same level of risk. Return is gain or loss of an investment over a specific period, expressed as a percentage increase over the initial investment. Risk can be of various types. Business risk is that risk when a company does not have adequate cas ......
Pages: 10
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BONDS AND DEBENTURES Total views (0)  
The first thing that comes to the mind of most people when they think of investing in securities is the stock market. This market is quite exciting and common as we hear the stories of investors gaining great wealth in the stock market.
Pages: 26
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BOND VALUATION Total views (0)  
The first thing that comes to the mind of most people when they think of investing in securities is the stock market. This market is quite exciting and common as we hear the stories of investors gaining great wealth in the stock market.
Pages: 10
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Developed by economist Stephen Ross in 1976, the underlying principle of the pricing theory involves the recognition that the anticipated return on any asset may be charted as a linear calculation of relevant macro-economic factors in conjunction with market indices. This theory predicts a relationship between the returns of a portfolio and the returns of a single asset through a linear combin ......
Pages: 10
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