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BSAD 280 – Green Mountain Investment Fund

Credits: 1.00

Course Description: Involves the practical and real time operation of an investment fund. Topics covered will include the steps necessary to fill a role as an analyst or portfolio manager of a traditional long-only money management operation. Prerequisites: BSAD 181; Business Administration major or minor; minimum Junior standing. Co-requisite: BSAD 282.

Section Description: This course involves the practical and real time operation of an investment fund. Topics covered will include the steps necessary to fill a role as an analyst or portfolio manager of a traditional long-only money management operation. Due diligence and report preparation will be a primary focus of the class. Ability to manage observations related to risk and reward and to use such observations to make investment decisions will be paramount. Time will be spent on internal and external factors that may impact markets generally and individual company stock prices specifically.

CRN: 94169

Section: A

Enrolled/Seats: 16/40

Days Time Location
T 18:00 - 18:50 KALKIN BUILDING 325

Instructor(s): Corey N. Bronner

Meeting Dates: 26 Aug 2019 - 06 Dec 2019