Not Defined at "FP"

Code:CPB (FP cpbP)
Completion:classified accreditation
Type of
Hour/semLecturesSem. ExercisesLab. exercisesComp. exercisesOther
Guarantee:Rejnuš Oldřich, prof. Ing., CSc., IE
Lecturer:Rejnuš Oldřich, prof. Ing., CSc., IE
Faculty:Faculty of Business and Management BUT
Department:Institute of Economy FBM BUT
Learning objectives:
  The goal of the course is to teach how to apply the acquired knowledge when making decisions on investments and assets allocation.
  The course is focused on the issue of securities and trading on public organized markets. The interpretation is focused on the principles of the functions of exchange markets through a system of defining the internal structure to the mechanism of operation and economic impact in the event of failure. Then focuses on the basic types of financial investment instruments, in particular the stock traded securities, as well as the derivative instruments, mutual funds and structured products. At the same time, the course also pays attention to entities involved in transactions in securities involved. And last but not least is its content as well as fundamental, technical and psychological analysis, as well as practical exercises of trading of securities on both exchanges in the Czech Republic and abroad.
Knowledge and skills required for the course:
  The course requires prior knowledge of economics, mathematics, statistics and the basics of law.
Subject specific learning outcomes and competences:
  Students will be made familiar with the theoretical approaches in the area of financial markets and will understand the process of decision on investments and assets allocation. They will be able to make a critical analysis with respect to the investment strategy
Generic learning outcomes and competences:
  Completion of the course students acquire both a comprehensive view of the importance of financial investment instruments, and will learn to identify their specific properties. Together with the acquired practical knowledge on the principles of investment and knowledge of how to deal with them, the student can then carry out commercial transactions in the Czech Republic, as well as on foreign exchanges.
Syllabus of lectures:
  1. The importance of organized markets and their impact on the financial and economic system.
  2. Exchange Systems and methods for their operation.
  3. Specific functions of individual sub-segments of the stock market.
  4. Basic factors of investment stratégy.
  5. The types of shares, their properties and ways of doing business.
  6. Fundamental Analysis.
  7. Technical Analysis.
  8. Psychological Analysis.
  9. Basic types of bonds, their properties and ways of doing business.
  10. Investing through collective investment funds.
  11. Fixed term derivative instruments - trading futures.
  12. Contingent derivative instruments - stock options trading. Synthetic derivative instruments.
  13. Specific features of structured products and trading. Specifics exchange trading commodities and foreign currencies.
Syllabus of numerical exercises:
  1. Introduction to the study "Securities and Stock Exchanges."
  2. Exchange Systems stock exchanges, means of exchange trading.
  3. Exchange trading of securities in the Czech Republic (practical exercises of trading).
  4. The control test; investing through mutual and investment funds.
  5. Exchange trading of securities on foreign exchanges (practical exercises of trading on the stock exchanges in the U.S. and Germany).
  6. The final test
Controlled instruction:
  Attendance at seminars will be checked by the lecturer. Absence from seminars could be compensated for via a special assignment or a special credit test.