Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Subject Date Risks and Returns Investment Risks: return is the primary goal why most individuals invest their money; however sometimes they get less revenue than anticipated. When the investing party receives a lesser return than what he invested he ends up with a negative return (Guo 109). Sometimes investor’s loss all they had initially invested. The likelihood that an investor will receive a less return from the investment than expected is usually referred to as investment risk. This aspect always differs from one situation to another. On the other hand investment return is the actual gain from an investment project. For instance an investment return based on a financial instrument can be defined as the amount of money gained over a particular period by the instrument. Financial instruments include bonds and stock their price in the secondary market may appreciate or depreciate affecting the interest risk. Therefore it is significant for individuals to choose their investments wisely and ensure that their choice best suites their situation. References Guo Hui. "Understanding The Risk-Return Tradeoff In The Stock Market". SSRN Electronic Journal n. pag. Web. Hill Charles W. L. International Business. 1st ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional 2012. Print. Lanne Markku and Pentti Saikkonen. "Why Is It So Difficult To Uncover The Risk–Return Tradeoff In Stock Returns?". Economics Letters 92.1 (2006): 118-125. Web. Mathias Charles. "Disentangled Correlations And The Risk-Return Tradeoff". SSRN Electronic Journal n. pag. Web. Nyberg Henri. "Risk-Return Tradeoff In U.S. Stock Returns Over The Business Cycle". Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 47.01 (2011): 137-158. Web. Ross Stephen A Randolph Westerfield and Bradford D Jordan. Essentials Of Corporate Finance. 1st ed. Boston Mass.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2004. Print. Salvador Enrique and Vicent Aragó. "The Risk-Return Tradeoff In Emerging Markets". SSRN Electronic Journal n. pag. Web. [...]
I am required to do a Managerial Finance Course Paper. The paper should be 5-6 pages in length and I will give you access to my E-Text book in order to make the essay easier. Attached is also the instructions from the professor. This is the message from the professor "You can propose any topic related to the course. A good way to come up with a topic is to look through the Table of Contents of the book, and think about a contemporary problem related to that. The format and a sample proposal for the Topic Proposal is in the writing support material in Course Content. You should include a minimum of 5 scholarly references with your topic proposal. Use the Guarini library (njcu.edu and the Business Source Premier database to find your references., You will get better references and know which ones are scholarly in less tha 15 minutes. Do this when you think of the topic, and you will know which ones have plenty of references BEFORE you send in the topic proposal. Send the proposal to me by BlackBoard email. I will check it daily and give you feedback as fast as I can. Then start writing your paper. There is a template called Dr. Overton's APA template, also in Writing Support in Course Content. When you think you have finished, send me your paper, again by BlackBoard email. Once again I will give you feedback and a chance to make changes to improve your grade. When you have made your changes, and it is REALLY final, post it in the Discussion Board in the thread headed by a message from me entitle Course Papers. You will be able to read your classmates papers, and make comments if you wish. While 5 pages is the minimum, most of you will find that with all the data that you get from the library, you will wind up writing more than that. There is a PowerPoint slide show in Writing support on Writing a Course Paper that will help you write a better paper faster. It is old and I haven't had a chance to update the graphics, but the process is still the same and if you follow the steps of figuring out your 3 to 5 major points and spend enough time polishing your introductory paragraph, your paper will flow and be quite impressive."