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ROCE formula
EBIT/ CAPTIAL EMPLOYED (earnings before intrest and tax)
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RETURN ON EQUITY
PROFIT AFTER TAX/ordinary shareholders funds
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GROSS PROFIT
SALES - cost of goods
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NET PROFIT
GROSS PROFIT - (Expenses intrest tax )
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APT
RJ=Rf+bj1(r1-rf) + bj2 (r2-rf)
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CAPM - captial asset pricing model
RJ= RF+BJ (rm-rf)
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what is rm-rf
Risk premium
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what is rj
rate of return
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what is RM
market rate of return
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What is BJ in the capm model
BETA - Systematic risk
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what are the assumptions in the CAPM MODEL
no inflations, risk free rate, no transaction costs
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what does capm show?
the return you can make on an investment
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what does APT sand for
ARITRAGE PRICING THEORY
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what is the EMH PARADOX
Market should be inefficient for it to be efficicent
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what is the linear relationship in capm represented by
SML ( security market line)
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what relationship does the SML SHOW?
the risk between systematic risq and the return rate
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what is systematic risk measured by
BETA
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what are the three forms of efficiency
Weak form, semi strong form and stong form
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what is weak form efficiency
share prices are reflected from past price movements
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what is semi strong form
where share prices are relected from past movements and public infomation
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what is strong form?
share prices are based on public and private infomation held - open to everyone
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what is the random walk theory
where by it demonstrates there is no pattern or correlation on share prices and that it is random
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what is a test for semi strong form?
look at speed and accuracy of share price movements
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Test for strong efficiency?
tested indirectly - i.e comparing returns of fund managers with market return
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what did emperical evidence show regarding emh
that uk and us stock markets are semi strong efficient
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what are the implications for ivestors of emh
that their is no bargains and research is pointless
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implications of emh for companies
that they cant hide company value as share price demonstates this
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what is systematic risk
things such as natural disasters that will cause a decline in the marekets
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provide examples of a systematic risk
recessions , terrorist attacks , polictical , turmoil
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What is beta?
a measure ov volatilty of systematic risk
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A beta of 1 indicates what?
that the security will be less volatile
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a high beta shows what...
that they may be a higher return rate - however risk may be high
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what can affect a market
the number of investors, more infomation
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what can affect share prices within a company
employing more people/redundancies, profits and losses , dividends being paid , company takeover, balance sheets, fradualent activity
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what can affect a share price out of a company?
intrest rates, reducuing, raw materials cost increasing, inflation - higher prices , new products of a competitor
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what is unsystematic risk
company hazard that can be inherent in an investment
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examples of unsystmatic risk?
management change, a product recall
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provide a real life example of a unsystematic risk
airline employees going on strike affecting airline stock prices
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how can unsystematic risk be reduced
by diversifying portofolio
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what are disadvantages of APT
takes more time, harder to apply, complicated calculations
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benefits of apt
more customiasble, allows more than one systematic risk
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disadvantages of capm
allows only one beta
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advantages of capm
quicker and relates to share price
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what are the limitations of ratios
not a science - additional research is important - can depend on assumptions
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what is debtor days =
represents debts outstanding at the end of a financial period
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define stock turnover =
how quickly goods move in and out
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ACID test formula
liquid assets/current liabilites
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current ratio formula
current assets/current liability
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price cash flow ratio - useful measure of cash
shareprice/ebitda per share ebitda earning before intrest and tax deprciation ad amortalisation
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price to sale ratio
share price/sales per sahre
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DIVIDEND COVER
earnings per share/dividends per share
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what does dividend cover ratio show?
measures the number of times the dividend could be paid from this years earnings, higher the dividend the safer
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what does the dividend yield do?
measures cash return
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dividend yeild formula?
dividend per share / market price per share
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p.e ratio
mvps/eps = market value per share/earning per share
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strategies - buy and hold - define
investor buys stocks and holds them for a long time period - regardless of price fluctations - investor is not intrested in short term movements -
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in and out strategy
investors use this to take affect of short term fluctations - more used by day traders who are less intrested in long term growth- can be riskier relies on rapid change for profit growth
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portofolio insurance
a method of hedging a portofolio of stocks against the arket risk by short selling stock figures
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what people look for when investing in small companies
Growth opportunities, skillfull management teams, solid bance sheets, ability to generate cash flow
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what shows the peformance of the uk's largest companies
FTSE 100
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what is the drip feeding technique
drip feed money into investments everymonth helps remove risk
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things to consider when investing in a company
focus on high quality companies that can sustain current dividends or raise them- such as market leaders with strong brand names
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why diversify portofolio
a divirsified global portoflio can potetially limit portofolio volaltity
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what is a rewarding stategy that can be implemented when buying shares
reinvesting income recieved
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what is growth investing * Investment strategy*
growth investors look for companies that are growing and will grow quickly, they are not intrested in price earning ratio's as they expect the company to grow quickly which will reduce future p.e ratios
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what are the characterisitics of a growth investor ?
ignore the fundamentals, paying more than a value investor would, hoping earning growth will justify their price - high risk
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what is value investing *investment strategy*
where investors try to find companies that represent good value, i.e low p.e ratios may be low compared to similar countries
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what is the theory behind value investing
that companies are currently out of favour so will have low prices but will arise
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what are people called who typically implement value investing?
fundamentalists - as they are only intrested in the fundamentals of a company
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states 5 different types of risk other than systematic and unsystamtic
country risk - exchange risk - intrest rate risk - political risk - market risk
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what is Bear market
a drop of 20% in the market average of shares - happens during recessions
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how can people profit from bear marketing
short selling
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what are bull markets
when security prices rise faster than the average rate.
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what is the most risky thing to with stock
hold it when has a postive correlation
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risk is reduced when
not perfectly correlated
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what is the filter rule
rules that are set to buy and sell investments - based on percentage change in previous prices -
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define stop loss strategy
designed to limit investors loss in a security- used for short term selling -
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when may a ideal time to use stop loss strategy be
on vacation or when away from monitoring prices
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define market timing strategy
attempting to predict the future direction of the market - via economical data - can be dificult
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define buy and hold strategy
buy stocks and hold them for long time periods regardless of fluctations - tends to be long term investment
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active investing - define it
active investors purcahse investments continously whilst monitoring activity in order to exploit profitable conidtions - i.e looking at price movements - short term profits
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passive investing -definition
investing in long term - similar to buy and hold - requires good research and patience and diversified porofolio
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top down m- strategy -
looks at bigger picture in economoy (macroeconomics)- such as geography sector size - bigger picture looked at before detail -
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why does top down compliment bottoms up
because it provides different persepective and provides diversification
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bottoms up definition - strategy
focuses on detail rather than the big picture - assumes indivual companies can do well in an industry that is not peforming well
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risk free assets
asset with a future retrun i.e treasurie bill - ecample in the u.s - risk free/low risk
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why choose a risk free asset in your portofolio
reduces overall risk in a portofolio
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when do risk free assets come in handy?
when demand is volatile and at a high risk with periods uncertainty
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what are the risks that are assoicated with risk free assets ?
inflation risk - may offer no growth above the inflation rate
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another risk?
income risk- income they provide may fall short
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