TYPES OF INVESTMENT OPTIONS - SMALL STOCKS TO INVEST - INTRINSIC VALUE INVESTING
Types Of Investment Options
- (Investment Option) The choice available to you for the investment of your retirement plan contributions.
- The different “buckets” or pools of managed or unmanaged investments that can be chosen by retirement plan participants. Each bucket should have its own investment policy statement, ideally with a value-at-risk explanation.
- (Investment Option) The options available to you as a member. You can go with the default Living Large Fund, select one of our 5 pre-mixed blends, or choose your own adventure with any mix of asset sector options & pre-mixed options.
- Representative Index
types of investment options - Options DeMYSTiFieD,
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types of investment options
This compilation integrates various new contributions to the growing real options literature. Recent developments in the valuation of capital investment opportunities seen as real options (e.g. to defer, expand, abandon, or switch) have provided the tools and unlocked the possibilities to revolutionize the field of capital budgeting. The resulting insights, strategies, and techniques enable quantifying the thus far elusive elements of managerial operating flexibility and strategic interactions. These are vital to successfully capitalize on favorable future investment opportunities or limit losses from adverse market developments. This book presents various models and operating strategies, and a variety of applications ranging from acquisitions and divestitures, to natural resource development and pollution compliance. It is intended for both the academic and the professional market.
The book's contributions are divided into five parts, covering sections on real options and alternative valuation paradigms for capital investment analysis; on the analysis of general exchange or switching options, and interdependencies among multiple such options; on strategic acquisitions, infrastructure, and foreign investment options; on mean reversion/ alternative formulations in natural resource investments, shipping, and start-up ventures; and on other applications in pollution compliance, land development, flexible manufacturing, and financial default options. Both academic and practitioner interest in these developments is unusually high. The book can serve as supplementary material for the academic market, e.g., in advanced finance courses in option pricing or capital budgeting, in doctoral seminars, and as a library resource. It may also be of interest to the professional market (e.g. corporate planners and finance executives in the oil, pharmaceutical, auto and a variety of other industries), academics from related areas (e.g. decision analysts or economists), as well as to international readers (academics, doctoral students, and professionals).