Investment Pricing Methods

A Guide for Accounting and Financial Professionals

by Patrick Casabona,

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Practical, expert coverage of investment pricing methods for financial professionals

This book on investment pricing methods offers accounting and financial practitioners and academics a solid understanding of the techniques and methods investment analysts use to price common financial investment instruments, such as commercial mortgages, private placement-bonds, mortgage-backed securities, private and public equities, derivatives, and joint ventures. Clarification of important terminology and an overview of fundamental concepts are provided for less experienced professionals, while in-depth and up-to-date discussion of technical matters offers experienced professionals expert dissection of more complex material. This authoritative and reliable guide features:

  • PowerPoint(TM) presentation for teaching purposes available online at www.wiley.com/go/investmentpricing
  • In-depth and up-to-date pricing models
  • Verbal and formula explanations for all mathematical equations
  • Tips on reviewing investment prices for accuracy or flaws
  • Investment type characteristics such as contractual provisions, cash flows, and risks for applying Statement 133 hedge effectiveness guidelines
  • Basic building blocks of investment pricing methodologies including present value methodologies used for pricing and evaluating common investment types
  • Coverage of complex issues including term structure of interest rates, determinants of bond yields and stock risk premiums, estimation of free cash flows for valuing a business entity, and more
  • Wiley; July 2002
  • ISBN: 9780471229483
  • Edition: 1
  • Read online, or download in secure PDF format
  • Title: Investment Pricing Methods
  • Author: Patrick Casabona; Robert M. Traficanti
  • Imprint: Wiley

About The Author

PATRICK CASABONA, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and Taxation at the Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John's University and a consultant to various business organizations.
ROBERT M. TRAFICANTI is Director of Accounting Policy at a major investment bank. He coauthored this book while he was a project manager at the Financial Accounting Standards Board.