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_bELT
100 _aElton, Edwin J.
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245 _aModern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis
_cby Edwin J. Elton, Martin J. Gruber, Stephen J. Brown, William N. Goetzmann
250 _a8th ed
260 _bWiley India Pvt. Ltd.
_c2010
_aNew Delhi
300 _a727p
500 _a1. Introduction. 2. Financial Markets. 3. Financial Securities. 4. The Characteristics of the Opportunity Set Under Risk. 5. Delineating Efficient Portfolios. 6. Techniques for Calculating the Efficient Frontier. 7. The Correlation Structure of Security Returns: The Single-Index Model. 8. The Correlation Structure of Security Returns: Multi-Index Models and Grouping Techniques. 9. Simple Techniques for Determining the Efficient Frontier. 10. International Diversification. 11. Estimating Expected Returns. 12. How to Select Among the Portfolios in the Opportunity Set. 13. The Standard Capital Asset Pricing Model. 14. Alternative Forms of Capital Asset Pricing Models. 15. Empirical Tests of the CAPM Forms. 16. The Arbitrage Pricing Model and Its Empirical Relevance. 17. Efficient Markets. 18. Behavioral Finance, Investor Decision Making, and Asset Pricing. 19. Valuation Models. 20. Earnings Estimation. 21. Interest Rate Theory and the Pricing of Bonds. 22. The Management of Bond Portfolios. 23. Valuation and Uses of Options. 24. The Valuation and Uses of Financial Futures. 25. Evaluation of Portfolio Performance. 26. Evaluation of Security Analysis. 27. Portfolio Management Revisited.
600 _aPortfolio management - Investment analysis
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700 _aGruber, Martin J.
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700 _aBrown, Stephen J.
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700 _aGoetzmann, William N.
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_k332.6
_mELT