Applied Portfolio Management: How University of Kansas Students Generate Alpha to Beat the Street
When investment professional Kent McCarthy returned to teach at his alma mater, the University of Kansas, he planted the seeds for the Applied Portfolio Management (APM) program—a course that allows students to manage a real money portfolio, which has compiled a remarkable record of investment success. Now, with this book, you’ll discover how to use the concepts covered in this class—from understanding the fundamental drivers of business success to buying at the right price—to enhance your own investment skills.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
How University of Kansas Students Generate Alpha to Beat the Street Part 2 Building an Investment Case
How University of Kansas Students Generate Alpha to Beat the Street Part 3 Class Specials
Other editions - View all
allocation APM class APM portfolio APM students APM’s assets average balance sheet benchmark Berkshire Hathaway beta Brooke calculate capital Chapter China China Green Chinese company’s ConAgra corporate cost of equity debt directors discuss dividends drawdown earnings EBITDA enterprise value estimate expense fertilizer Figure ﬁlings ﬁnancial statements ﬁnancing ﬁnd ﬁrm ﬁrst ﬁscal forecast forma franchises free cash flow Garmin going Group growth Here’s income statement Inergy Interceramic investment thesis investors Kansas look LSB Industries LSB’s margin market cap million Modern Portfolio Theory mortgage mutual funds NASDAQ natural gas Novastar numbers ofﬁcer operating Oplink P/E ratio percent portfolio managers production proﬁt reports revenue risk sector segment sell semester share price shareholders shares outstanding shows signiﬁcant Sohu SSCP standard deviation stock price Table taxes terminal value TEV/EBITDA things traded valuation Warren Buffett what’s yield curve