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Title      : PDF-36 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Subject      : Financial Management
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 19/307
Total Price      : Rs.      : 223
 
 
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Introduction To Securities Total views (210)  
An individuals economic well being in the long run depends significantly on how wisely he or she invest. Basically investment is a sacrifice of present money for future benefits There are numerous avenues available to invest. It can be tn the bank or in land or in precious objects or a contribution made to provident fund, it is done in some form or the other with risk return analysis. This unit d ......
Pages: 14
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Indian Capital Market Total views (214)  
There are broad spectrum of investment avenues open to investors. The market in which these securities are dealt with is called as the securities market. Capital market are the securities market for long term funds which helps the issuers of securities, investors, intermediaries and the national economy as a whole who are all involved in the operations. These markets provide a venue for mobilisati ......
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25   
 
Trading Mechanism in Stock Exchange Total views (216)  
An investor needs to have the knowledge of securities market operations for buying and selling shares. The marketing of old or new securities on the stock market can be done only through members of the stock exchange. They may be individuals or partnership firm.A transaction to buy and sell securities is called as 'trades' and the members carrying on business are known as brokers'. Investors inter ......
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   
 
Legal Framework of the Securities Market in India Total views (218)  
This section deals with legislative and regulatory provisions relevant from the viewpoint of a trading member : The four main legislations governing the securities market are:(a) the Securities Contracts (Regulation)Act, 1956, which provides for regulation of transactions in securities through control over stock exchanges; (b) the Companies Act, 1956, which sets out the code of conduct for the co ......
Pages: 9
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Risk Return Concept and Analysis Total views (214)  
Security analysis involves an examination of expected return and accompanying risk. The first three motives of income, capital appreciation and a positive hedge against inflation refer to the expected return tile last two motives of investor lead to the risks involved in the investments. These risks are due to uncertainty of returns, regularity of return, safety of funds, marketability or lack of ......
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25   
 
Fixed Income Securities and Their Role in Portfolio Enhancement Total views (216)  
Domestic Corporation for example, includes regulated utilities as well as unregulated manufacturers. Furthermore, each firm may sell different kinds of bonds; some debt may be publicly placed, whereas other bonds may be sold directly to one or only a few buyers',(referred to as a private placement); some debt is collateralized by specific assets of the company, whereas other debt may be unsecured ......
Pages: 23
Price: Rs 17.25   
 
Strategies for Fixed Income Securities Total views (215)  
Traditional bond management can be likened to a sailing regatta. The index is the lead boat because it does not have expenses and transaction costs to contend with, and all managers (including index fund managers) are the other boats, trying to make up the distance and pass the index boat - or a least keep pace with it. Strategies that may be used to make up the difference and pass the lead boat c ......
Pages: 50
Price: Rs 37.5   
 
Time Value of Money Total views (221)  
Money has time value. A rupee today is more valuable than a rupee a year hence. Investors decision to purchase, sale or to sold hold the stock depend upon the time value of money concept. There are many variants of share valuation such as dividend discount model, earnings based model and other model which is based on this concept. This unit helps to give the basic concept of time value of money co ......
Pages: 6
Price: Rs 4.5   
 
Dividend Discount Model Total views (215)  
The investment decision of an investor to buy or sell a share is based on a comparison between the intrinsic value of a share and its current market price. The intrinsic value is estimated through the process of share valuation. The basic model for valuing the share is the dividend discount model. This unit cover the various valuation methods under the dividend discount model. According to the di ......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
 
Relative Valuation Model Total views (218)  
A relative valuation model is a model that specifies an asset's value relative to that of another asset. The implied retum on a share of common stock can be determined by finding the discount rate that makes the present value of all the expected dividends equal to the current market price of the stock. This unit covers the price earnings ratio, price to book value ratio, price cash flow ratio and ......
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75   
 
Technical Analysis Charting Tools Total views (217)  
Investors can use broadly two approaches, namely, Fundamental approach or Technical approach in taking investment decision. Fundamental analysis involves detailed examination of data pertaining to the company, industry and economy. It requires considerable skill of the analysts to examine such massive data to get a value for the firm and then compare the value with the market price to take invest ......
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5   
 
Technical Analysis Tools Total views (217)  
Technical analysis employs certain techniques which are superior to the fundamental analysis. Technical analysis evolved in 1900-1902 when Charles H. Dow presented the celebrated 'Dow Theory' in the series of editorials in the wall street journal in USA The classical technical analysis evolved gradually in the early part of the 20th century, and deals with a detailed study of price bar charts of t ......
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25   
 
Futures and Options Total views (219)  
It has always been a matter of concern since ages when it comes to the management of finance from the point of view of both the individuals and the business house. Because, an investor wants to know about alternative avenues available for the investment of his funds, risk associated With each of the alternatives, returns they promise, safety of his fund, liquidity, etc. On the other hand, the borr ......
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5   
 
Portfolio Construction Total views (219)  
Portfolio is a combination of securities such as stocks, bonds and money market instruments. The process of blending together the broad asset classes so as to obtain optimum return with minimum risk is called portfolio construction. Diversification of investments helps to spread risk over many assets. A diversification of securities gives the assurance of obtaining the anticipated return on the p ......
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75   
 
Portfolio Revision Total views (220)  
Most investors are comfortable with buying securities but spend title effort in revising portfolio or selling stocks. In that process they lose opportunities to earn good return. In the entire process of portfolio management, portfolio revision is as important as portfolio analysis and selection. Keeping in mind the risk- return objective, an investors selects a mix of securities from the given in ......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
 
Economic Analysis Total views (217)  
Capital markets provide lucrative investment opportunities since they help in eaming a return without actually indulging in any economic activities. Economic activities are, in fact, the base without which the supporting functions of capital markets will not find an existence. Nobody invests to lose money. However, investments (assets or securities) always entail some degree of risk either in prod ......
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Industry Analysis Total views (217)  
Industry analysis is a type of business research that focuses on the status of an industry of an industrial sector (a broad industry classification, like "manufacturing'). The industry classification is economy specific .. The boundary of each industry may vary from country to country or from analyst to analyst. A complete industrial analysis usually includes a review of an industry's recent perfo ......
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Company Analysis Total views (219)  
After the industry analysis, the investor should proceed to evaluate the company whose portfolio he intends to buy. Company analysis is a study of those variables which influence the future of the company, both qualitatively arid quantitatively. Company analysis involves a scrutiny of the company's financial and nonfinancial aspects with a view to identifYing its strength, weaknesses and future bu ......
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   
 
Financial Statement Analysis Total views (219)  
Financial Statement Analysis is an analysis which highlights important relationships in the financial statements. It focuses on evaluation of past operations as revealed by the analysis of basic statements. Financial Statement analysis embraces the methods used in assessing and interpreting the results of past performances and current financial position as they relate to particular factors of int ......
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18   
 


 
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