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Explains the basics of investing in mutual funds and describes related library resources. Based on a workshop developed... see more

This simulation tutorial from the eLearning Developer's Journal includes full source code. It teaches you step-by-step... see more

This tutorial provides instructions for using the HP-10B, HP-17BII, HP-12C, TI BAII Plus, TI-83 and TI-83Plus calculators... see more

This tutorial provides answers to questions about mutual funds. Topic categories are Mutual Fund Investing, Mutual Fund... see more

A bond is a “security” which gives the holder a financial claim on the issuer. This claim protects the holder in... see more

Bond Portfolio Management is based on managing fixed income investments in pursuit of a particular objective, usually... see more

Bond yield is related to portfolio management in that it is an important item to consider when managing investments. To... see more

A credit rating is an assessment by a third party of the creditworthiness of an issuer of financial securities. It tells... see more

A frank and informal look at the implications of credit and bond ratings, with implications for investors and portfolio... see more

A fiscal policy definition can refer to the expenditure a government undertakes to provide goods and services and to the... see more

Tutorial for DCF valuation of common stocks and other investments with interactive Valuation Models and related... see more

In Part II of this lesson, students will have the opportunity to complete an interactive exercise that will take them on... see more

In Part III of this lesson, students will have the opportunity to complete an interactive exercise that will take them on... see more

This interactive technical note explains, using a graphic way, the concept of the optimal financial mix. Through... see more

This multimedia technical note attempts to teach students how to calculate the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC).... see more

Trading bonds is an important aspect of global economic markets. Bonds generally can trade anywhere in the world that a... see more

A government that wants to provide a great deal of goods and services to its people while not having the immediate tax... see more

The valuation of a bond depends on the size of its coupon payments, the length of time remaining until the bond matures... see more