The company I selected was Google. All the information and instructions are below. It just has to be atleast 18pg that include all of the ratios. I attached an example of how the written portion is supposed to look. In addition to the paper you must make a power point that consolidates all of the informant from the paper. I also have a video exxample of what the powerpoint should look like.
Why are the financial markets important to the health of the economy?
1. A minimum of One page is required. Make sure you use correct grammar and punctuation.
2. Follow APA style of writing
3. List references in line of APA style of references.
I attack the outline, You just have to do the power step-by-step like the outline. Group Book Presentation – FNBK 3500 There are a plethora of books worth reading that are related to financial markets. Your task is to (1) read one of these books, and (2) complete a presentation about the book in class. First, you must form a group and choose a book to read. • Groups must be 3-4 students (no more, no less, NO EXCEPTIONS!) • Books on the list below do not require approval. o If you would like to choose a different book, you must clear it with your instructor by the date listed on the assignment page in Canvas. o Books must generally relate to ‘Financial Markets’ in some form. If at least one of the main focuses of the book is not related to Financial Markets, then the book is not suitable for this assignment. Approved Books
• 21st Century Monetary Policy, Ben Bernanke • The Courage to Act, Ben Bernanke • After the Music Stopped, Alan S. Blinder • Bad Blood, John Carreyrou • Extraordinary Circumstances, Cynthia Cooper • The Wisdom of Finance, Mihir Desai • The Four, Scott Galloway • After the Fall, Nicole Gelinas • The Wizard of Lies, Diana Henriques • Black Edge, Sheelah Kolhatkar • Adaptive Markets, Andrew W. Lo • When Genius Failed, Roger Lowenstein • The Smartest Guys in the Room, Bethany McLean & Peter Elkind • On the Brink, Henry M. Paulson, Jr. • The Future of Money, Eswar Prasad • Who Needs the Fed?, John Tamny • Keeping At It, Paul Volcker • Billion Dollar Whale, Tom Wright & Bradley Hope Group formations and book selections will be completed in class. Books must be unique among groups in each section of Financial Markets. First come, first served, so make your selections promptly to get your top choice! Your deliverables will include: 1. A presentation discussing the book with the instructor and the class (10-15 minutes). 2. A PowerPoint for the presentation 3. An outline of the presentation (due several weeks prior to the presentation date). What to cover/discuss in your presentation 1. BRIEF SYNOPSIS/SUMMARY a. No more than 1/3 of your time! b. When book was written, title, author c. Generally speaking, what is the main point of the book? i. Main ideas and findings presented in the book. 2. ANALYZE & INTERPRET a. At least 2/3 of your time! b. Relate it to us! Thoughtfully discuss the main ideas i. Discuss the ethics, effects, and (especially) consequences of the courses of action/inaction discussed in the book. ii. Do the author(s)’ conclusions make sense? Feel free to present alternative arguments backing up or counteracting the author(s). c. At least one “aha” moment d. Important questions you may want to consider: i. How do we as a society avoid bad situations? ii. How do we encourage fair play? iii. What penalties are appropriate? iv. How must we evolve and learn from this? e. MAY REQUIRE EXTERNAL RESEARCH! Additional Requirements 1. Time requirement: 10-15 minutes 2. All group members should speak/present. a. If a student is not present to their group’s presentation, they will receive a ‘zero’ for the entire Group Book Presentation assignment. 3. Citations are not required, but include a references slide if applicable. a. DO NOT use MLA/APA citations; simply include a link to the article/source. 4. Outlines are to be submitted as Word documents via the Canvas assignment link. 5. Presentation documents/links are to be submitted via the Canvas assignment link. PowerPoint Requirements & Tips 1. Time requirement: 10-15 minutes 2. DO NOT USE GOOGLE SLIDES. Translating these to PowerPoint rarely goes well. 3. You must submit an actual PPT/PPTX file to the assignment link on Canvas prior to the due date. This is the file that you must use to present, absolutely no exceptions. There will be no ‘fixing/updating’ of slides once the due date passes. 4. Dark text on a light background works best; avoid using light text on a dark background. 5. Do not include complete sentences on your slides. They should be comprised of short words/phrases and photos/charts. Follow the ‘7×7 rule’. 6. Use animations to make content appear ‘one at a time’. Grading The entire project is worth 100 total points, as outlined below. The descriptors below are representative of a perfect score in each area. Outline (10) Content (40) PowerPoint (25) Presentation Skills (15) Length (10) Complete outline with appropriate and professional formatting. A clear guide to constructing the visual aid. Superbly discusses the content of the book, addresses potential implications, and thoroughly discusses the most important takeaways. Professional appearance with appropriate information (i.e. not too much, but not too little). Successfully guides the talk and engages the audience. Clearly well-
rehearsed with command of the stage and mastery of the content. 10 to 15 minutes in length (not counting Q&A). I will take notes relating to the four areas above (Content, PowerPoint, Presentation Skills, and Length) as you give your presentation. After your presentation I will tabulate a final score for your group. You will have the opportunity to complete a peer evaluation after your presentation. You can preview this form on the Group Book Presentation page in Canvas.
Describe Private Equity and the various ways it can be financed. -Describe Public Equity. -Describe the various stock exchanges and how they function. -Discuss the various stock valuation methods and explain how each works. -Discuss stock market efficiency and the Efficient Market Hypothesis.
(It will cover Chapters 10, 11, 12, 23, and 24 of Financial Markets and Institutions, 9th Edition, South-Western, 2006, to the 13th Edition, South-Western by Jeff Madura, available on cengage) Must have access to this text
The starting point for your term paper will be the course book, the contents of which will serve as the basis for an
in-depth examination of one of the following questions. You are expected to research and cite from sources
corresponding to your chosen topic.
Equity vs. Debt Financing: Define and explain the terms equity and debt financing. Also compare the two types of
capital and point out their main characteristics. Explain what type of financing is more important for firms and
how they affect a firm´s capital structure. Also explain what financial leverage is and why it is relevant in this
When conceptualizing and writing the written assignment, the evaluation criteria and explanations given in the
writing guidelines should be considered.
I just need part 1. I need a high-quality writer. The low-level writer doesn’t accept the order, please. not all
writers are educated well and responsible for every assignment. If I check the solution to the question, it is not satisfied and I will cancel the order.
Please this is quite a technical topic, if you don’t know it, don’t wast anyone’s time.
ESG Investing has become extremely popular among institutional investors, either by integrating environmental, social or governance aspects in the analysis, or by screening out so called sin stocks, or by targeting a specific sustainable theme like investing in low-carbon companies.
An important question that arises is how ESG integration affects the nature of passive and smart beta portfolios: how do risk premia change? Does it reduce the efficiency of harvesting the factor that the strategy is targeting?
Foreclosures and other financially distressed home listings such as bankruptcy homes and tax lien properties can be great deals. Discuss how to prepare and execute these kinds of real estate opportunities considering the high prices and low inventory being seen in the current housing market. The real estate market has seen some remarkably high prices recently with many people receiving offers 20% or more over their asking price within days of listing a property for sale. Foreclosures, bankruptcy homes, and tax liens properties can offer other paths to getting a great deal. Explain how you can research and capitalize on these financially distressed opportunities?