• Duración:
    4 semanas
  • Dedicación:
    1–2 horas por semana
  • Precio:
    $275 USD
  • Institución
  • Tema:
  • Nivel:
    Introductory
  • Idioma:
    English
  • Transcripción de video:
    English
  • Tipo de curso:
    A tu ritmo

Programas asociados:

Prerrequisitos

● Basic MS Excel skills

● Some familiarity with financial instruments and markets

● Elementary probability theory

Sobre este curso

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  • In this course, we’ll look at the elemental features of basic call and put options and identify the factors which are the key determinants of option values.

  • We’ll also look at the characteristics and methodology used to estimate option values: Black-Scholes and binomial option pricing models.

  • In this course, we’ll also define the term “real option” and draw decision trees to represent alternative decisions and potential outcomes in an uncertain economy and describe three types of real options—timing, growth, and abandonment—and explain why it is important to consider those options when evaluating projects.

  • We’ll explain how an investment for which a negative NPV is projected can have a positive NPV once any embedded real options are properly included in the evaluation as well as describe other methodologies businesses sometimes use to decide among investment projects: Equivalent Annual Benefit, Profitability Index and Hurdle Rate.

  • We’ll wrap up the course with a look at the option equivalents of corporate securities and explain how any insights obtained can be used in determining optimal investing or issuance strategies.

This course is part 4 of the New York Institute of Finance’s Corporate Finance & Valuation Methods Professional Certificate.

Lo que aprenderás

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  • Introduction to Option Contracts and Option Pricing
  • Real Options
  • Integrating Real Options with Net Present Value Analysis
  • Real Options Applied to Capital Budgeting Decisions
  • Option-Based Deconstruction of Corporate Securities

Conoce a tus instructores

Douglas Carroll
Instructor
New York Institute of Finance