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MFIN 6621 Equity Securities Analysis (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The equities securities analysis and valuation course will teach a highly rigorous approach to equities securities analysis and valuation with a heavy emphasis on in-class discussion and case study analysis. Initially, the course will focus on financial theory that underpins equity security valuation, and then move on to understand how industry structure and a company’s competitive advantage influences an investor’s decision making and valuation. Financial statement analysis, modeling, and different valuation techniques will be explored in detail. Where appropriate, guest lecturers will be brought in to share their specific expertise and perspectives as an investor. By the end of the course, the goal will be to have every student be able to analyze a company as a potential investment and understand its valuation. (Graduate prerequisite –MFIN7704 or higher).


Instructor(s): Salemy

Prerequisites: MFIN1127, MFIN1151 undergraduate; MFIN7704 graduate

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Comments: Undergraduate students seeking enrollment in a 600-level course require department permission.


Last Updated: 18-Mar-15