Financial Services & Trading Institutions Problems II
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Answer all five (5) questions. Each question is worth up to six (6) points each. Each of your answers must be a minimum of 100 words.
|A. A hedge fund charges 2 plus 20%. Investors want a return after fees of 20%. How much does the hedge fund have to earn, before fees, to provide investors with this return? Assume that the incentive fee is paid on the net return after management fees have been subtracted.|
B. The bidders in a Dutch auction are listed below:
C. What are the differences between selling a stock short, and buying a put option? Discuss the pros and cons of each.
D. Suppose you write a put contract with a strike price of $40 and an expiration date in three months. The current stock price is $41 and the contract is on 100 shares. What have you committed yourself to? How much could you gain or lose?
E. E. What is the Originate-to-Distribute Model?
|Category||Unacceptable (0-1)||Needs Improvement (2-3)||Good (4)||Excellent (5)||Total Possible Points|
|Solution Organization (x3)||There is no apparent step-by-step organization to the solutions. They shows some coherence but ideas lack unity.||There is some level of organization though digressions, ambiguities, irrelevance are too many. Transition evident but not used throughout the paper.||Solutions are coherent and logically organized with transitions used between ideas and paragraphs to create coherence. Overall unity of ideas is present.||solutions show high degree of attention to logic and reasoning of points. Unity clearly leads the reader to the conclusion and stirs thought regarding the topic.||15|
|Calculations(x3)||Calculations lack evidence of critical thinking. Student uses superficial, simplistic, or irrelevant reasons and unjustifiable claims. Makes illogical, inconsistent inference.||Calculations are primarily opinion without valid support. Little critical thinking is evident. Follows existing evidence to obtain conclusions.||Calculations are logical and reasoned, but demonstrate lesser degree of originality. Follows evidence and reason lead to obtain justifiable, logical conclusion.||Student develops logical and reasoned independent calculations that show predictable outcomes or the conclusions of researched materials. Follows where evidence and reason lead in order to obtain defensible, thoughtful, logical conclusions or solutions.||15|
|Grammar & Mechanics(x2)||Sentences are unclear and many grammatical errors in structure make answers virtually unreadable. Spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and vocabulary usage contain major flaws that impede readability.||Most spelling, punctuation, and grammar correct allowing reader to progress through the answers. Some errors remain.||Answers have few spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors allowing reader to follow ideas clearly. Very few fragments or run-ons.||Answers are free of distracting spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors; absent of fragments, comma splices, and run-ons.||5|
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