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Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management – Beginner to PRO
Price, Risk, and Return Relationships
What happens to the price of a stock as the risk increases? What about the expected return on the stock? And why?
These powerful relationships are the key to great investment analysis and portfolio management.
Estimating Expected Returns
How much do you think your investment will increase or decrease by? How do your expectations change when the economy's in a recession?
Investments are about the future, and expected returns are their insight.
Measuring the Risk of a Stock
What does risk look like? Does risk mean the same thing to everyone?
How do you quantify and measure it?
Measuring Portfolio Returns and Risk
What really happens when you invest in multiple assets? And why does that happen?
How is it possible to decrease total risk just by increasing the number of stocks in a portfolio?
Exploring Diversification & Optimisation
What does "optimal" diversification look like? How does Warren Buffet allocate his funds compared to the average mutual fund? How can you
control minimise your portfolio risk?