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1 Investment Analysis (FIN 383) Fall 2009 Homework 2 Instructions: please read carefully You should show your work how to get the answer for each calculation question to get full credit The due date is Thu, Sep 24, Late homework will not be graded. Name(s): Student ID

2 Chapter 3 1. Market orders are buy or sell order that will be executed immediately at prices 1. b a. the best b. current market c. the highest d. the lowest 2. Trading of exiting stock take place in the. 2. a a. secondary market b. third market c. forth market d. All of the above. 3. You purchased 100 shares of AAA common stock on margin for \$40 per share. The initial margin is 60% and the stock pays no dividend. Your rate of return would be if you sell the stock at \$43 per share a % b. -7.5% c. 7.5% d. 12.5% 3.d Intial position Stock 4000 Borrowed 1600 Equity 2400 When stock price is 43, the position is Stock 4300 Borrowed 1600 Equity 2700 Return = ( )/ 2400 = 12.5% 4. The price is the price a dealer is willing to purchase a security. a. Bid b. Ask c. Limit d. Offering 4. a 5. You purchased ABC stock at \$50 per share. The stock is currently selling at \$49. Your potential loss could be reduced by placing a. a. limit-buy order b. limit-sell order c. market order d. stop-loss order

3 5. d 6. The Nasdaq Stock Market is a. a. primary market b. secondary market c. dealer market d. Both B and C above. 6. d 7. You purchased 400 shares of XYZ common stock on margin at \$20 per share. Assume the initial margin is 60% and the maintenance margin is 30%. You would get a margin call if the stock price is below. Assume the stock pays no dividend and ignore interest on margin. a. \$15.71 b. \$11.43 c. \$13.57 d. \$ b Initial position: Stock 400*2 = 800 borrowed 3200 Equity 4800 Let P be the price you would get a call Position Stock 400P borrowed 3200 Equity 400P-3200 To get a margin cal (400P 3200)/400P = 0.3 P = So when P is below 11.43, you will get a margin call 8. You sold short 200 shares of XYZ common stock at \$40 per share with an initial margin of 60%. Your initial investment was. a. \$3,200 b. \$4,800 c. \$6,000 d. \$8, b Cash (Sale) 8000 borrowed 8000 Cash (deposit) 4800 Equity In buying on margin, the margin is the of the investor's account a. loan amount b. equity value c. total value d. none of the above

4 9. b 10. In a, the investment bankers purchase securities from the issuing company and then resell to the public. a. best-efforts agreement b. total package agreement c. firm commitment d. private placement 10. c 11. Electronic Communication Networks are private computer networks that link. a. buyers and sellers b. different stock exchanges c. different stock brokers d. global stock exchanges 11. a 12. You wish to sell short 100 shares of XYZ corporation stock. If the last two transactions were at \$34.12 followed by \$34.25, you can sell short on the next transaction only at a price of a or higher b or higher c or lower d or lower 12. b As a regulation, you can only short sell if the price goes up compared with the last transaction. In this case, the current price is 34.25, the next price has to be higher than in order for you to be able to short sell. 13. Consider the following limit order book of a specialist. The last trade occurred at a price of \$50. Limit buy orders Limit sell orders Price Shares Price Shares a. If a market buy order for 100 shares comes in, at what price will it be filled? 50.25

7 Position Asset Liabilities + Equity Cash (sale): 100*50 = 5000 Borrow: 100*P = 100P Cash (deposit): 50%*5000 = 2500 Equity: P To get a margin call ( P)/100P = 0.3 P = \$57.69 So when P = \$57.69 or higher, you will get a margin call 17. You are bullish on Telecom stock. The current market price is \$50 per share, and you have \$5000 of your own to invest. You borrow an additional \$5000 from your broker at an interest rate 8% per year and invest \$10,000 in the stock. a. What will be your rate of return if the price of Telecom stock goes up by 10% during the next year (ignore dividend) a. You buy 200 shares of Telecom for \$10,000. These shares increase in value by 10%, or \$1,000. You pay interest of: 0.08 x 5,000 = \$400 The rate of return will be: \$ 1,000 \$400 = 0.12 = 12% \$5,000 b. How far does the price of Telecom stock have to fall for you to get a margin call if the maintenance margin is 30%? Assume the price fall happens immediately. b. The value of the 200 shares is 200P. Equity is (200P \$5,000). You will receive a margin call when: Initial position: Stock 50*200 = borrowed 5000 Equity 5000 Let P be the price you would get a call Position Stock 200P borrowed 5000 Equity 200P-5000

8 You will receive a margin call when: 200P \$5,000 = 0.30 when P = \$35.71 or lower 200P

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