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Mortgage-Backed Securities: Products, Structuring, and Analytical Techniques (Frank J. Fabozzi Series)
An up-to-date look at the latest innovations in mortgage-backed securities75% (17)
Since the last edition of Mortgage-Backed Securities was published over three years ago, much has changed in the structured credit market. Frank Fabozzi, Anand Bhattacharya, and William Berliner all have many years of experience working in the fixed-income securitization markets, and have witnessed many cycles of change in the mortgage and MBS sectors. And now, with the Second Edition of Mortgage-Backed Securities, they share their knowledge on many of the products and structuring innovations that have taken place since the financial crisis and fiscal reform.
Written in a straightforward and accessible style, and containing numerous illustrations, this timely guide skillfully addresses the investment characteristics, creation, and analysis of mortgage-backed securities. Each chapter contains cutting-edge concepts that you'll need to understand in order to thrive within this arena.
Discusses the dynamic interaction between the mortgage industry, home prices, and credit performance
Addresses revised valuation techniques in which all non-agency MBS must be treated as credit pieces
Examines the shift in this marketplace since the crisis and the impact on industry and investors
Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Mortgage-Backed Securities, Second Edition offers you a realistic assessment of this field and outlines the products, structures, and analytical techniques you need to know about in this evolving arena.
Playground- morning after the storm
This playground is completely carpeted in fallen trees Forest Hills, Queens, NYC September 17, 2010 It all happened within 5 minutes.... At about quarter to 6, without warning, during the height of the evening rush, the most violent storm in recent memory tore across Staten Island, Brooklyn and central Queens. One tornado, with winds of 80 mph sent rooftops flying in Brooklyn, and a second tornado touched down in Queens, combined with a macroburst with winds in excess of 120mph. There was one tragic fatality, 1,500 trees were lost, 3,000 lightning strikes were counted, and 911 fielded 24,000 calls in the three hours following the storm. The sky was getting dark, but having heard nothing on the weather forecast, I went out to the supermarket. As I walked back there was near constant thunder and I almost ran to get home, feeling the impending intensity in the air. I hurried up the front walk of our apartment just as the first big drops were falling and by the time I made it upstairs, water was blasting through the windows. Even after I closed them, water was coming THROUGH the air conditioner. You could see nothing outside but a dark-green and grey swirl and it sounded as if someone was punching the glass, trying to get in. The wind seemed to come from everywhere. And then it was suddenly gone. Almost immediately, the sirens began, and I'm sure many were injured. Very sadly, a woman from Pennsylvania was killed nearby in her car. Our front walkway was barricaded by fallen trees, which was the general scene everywhere. Every block was littered with trees, many of them huge and ancient. A few windows in our building were smashed out. Eerily, there were also a number of shoes and umbrellas laying around- discarded as people ran for cover. In the air was the smell of fire. I must have seen more than 40 damaged cars, and about ten which were completely crushed. Many streets were impassable, and a traffic nightmare quickly ensued- total gridlock, people going the wrong way down streets, pedestrians everywhere, and off-duty cops trying their best to keep the peace. Someone told me it took him one hour to drive two blocks. The general sense on the street was one of disbelief, as many homebound commuters emerged from the subway totally unaware of what happened, the unique Forest Hills blend of trees and urban-ness mangled out of recognition. As night fell, the scene became more chaotic still, with snarled traffic and constant sirens lasting until well after midnight. Firefighters from other neighborhoods were having trouble navigating the bizarre address system of Queens, and worse, could barely fight through the crowds. I overheard on a police radio that, among other incidents, a woman was going into labor a few blocks away. Up at Queens Boulevard, a few stores had lost their windows- some had overturned shelves and puddles of water. Many signs were damaged and some teenagers were gleefully carrying a huge green "Yellowstone Blvd" sign that had fallen. After midnight, there was a bit of peace, but within an hour around 7am, the chaos returned full force. There's a lot of clean-up to be done, and I imagine it will take weeks. All told, however, we are lucky. It is amazing, though sad, that there was only one fatality- that almost everyone managed to stay clear of all the falling trees is miraculous. Far worse things happen all the time around the world. Still, the words on everyone's lips as you walk through the neighborhood today are best summed up by what I heard an elderly woman say in a thick Russian accent: "In my life, I never seen nothing like this"8 / 52 these paws were made for walkin'
..but that's not what they do, One of these days these paws are gonna-- JUMP ALL OVER YOU! Her paws have known to dig. They've felt concrete in summer and warmed leather seats of a car, they've gotten muddy at the park and collected snowballs in the winter. She's used them to clutch toys and to push other dogs. Many people have felt these paws petting them back when they give her attention and many visitors [unfortunately!] felt them on their legs as she jumped to greet them. They've landed her treats at the Petsmart check-out counter when she put them on the register, they've also gotten her in trouble when they stepped on a venomous snake in the yard. It doesn't matter what these paws do or where they've been, they're the most awesome paws I know. :3 (and don't even get me started on trimming the nails on those paws, she wants nothing to do with it!) What is this? Is..is it a weekday? Am I really uploading before Saturday or Sunday night? It must be a dream, surely I can't be ahead of my schedule...! I decided that since my uncle is letting me borrow his camera I was going to upload EARLY for once so I could get it back to him ASAP! PHEW!! Beatin' the deadline! This EasyShare of his is much higher quality than the Cybershot that broke but it has zero manual options.. none. Nada. My grandpa loves photography and has an old film Nikon and a ton of lenses and stuff. He wants to switch to digital and doesn't want to bother with crop sensors and such, so he asked what I'd get. I sperged about Canon's 5D Mark II for like an hour and after a lengthy discussion of lenses (he doesn't want plastic housing if he can avoid it, so he was looking moslty at L glass) I felt super jaded when he announced he may end up buying the 5D2 for himself. :• :o :O That's the camera I want! But he said I can borrow it as long as I'm in KY. Then he said I can inherit it. :/ He's old but ugh don't want pops to go. Feedback & critique strongly encouraged and appreciated!
Mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities are fixed-income securities, like bonds, which derive their return from an underlying mortgage or basket of mortgages, or an asset or basket of assets. This market has increased from about $100 billion in 1980 to over $2.5 trillion today. Filling the void for a new book on fixed-income, Salomon Smith Barney Guide to Mortgage-Backed and Asset-Backed Securities provides a coherent and comprehensive approach to the subject. Featuring material used by the company, this book is an ideal training tool and resource for investment professionals, institutional investors, pension fund investors, and hedge-fund investors.Related topics:
Lakhbir Hayre (New York, NY) is a mortgage officer at Salomon Smith Barney, and their leading expert on mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities. He is a Certified Financial Analyst and a Doctor of Philosophy.
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