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  • Finance practitioners and academics are, or should be, interested in the following questions: .Why do investors like dividends? .Why do investors hate to realize losses? .Why do investors prefer stocks of "good" companies? .How are expected returns determined? .What kjnds of securities do investors like? .What are the forces that shape financial regulations?

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  • Bài giảng Management theory and practice Financial: Chapter 13 được trình bày cụ thể với các vấn đề: Distribution level and firm value; Theories of investor preferences; Stock dividends and stock splits; Dividend reinvestment plans;... Mời các bạn cùng tìm hiểu và tham khảo nội dung thông tin tài liệu.

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  • Acres of Diamonds have been spread all over the United States, time and care have made them more valuable, and now that they have been reset in black and white by their discoverer, they are to be laid in the hands of a multitude for their enrichment. In the same case with these gems there is a fascinating story of the Master Jeweler’s life-work which splendidly illustrates the ultimate unit of power by showing what one man can do in one day and what one life is worth to the world.

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  • Conwell Acres of Diamonds have been spread all over the United States, time and care have made them more valuable, and now that they have been reset in black and white by their discoverer, they are to be laid in the hands of a multitude for their enrichment. In the same case with these gems there is a fascinating story of the Master Jeweler’s life-work which splendidly illustrates the ultimate unit of power by showing what one man can do in one day and what one life is worth to the world.

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  • Prior to the 1980s, most preferred stocks were issued by regulated utility companies. From 1950 to 1979, 90 of the 108 preferred stock offerings were made by utilities. In the mid-1980s, financial firms began to issue preferred stocks, but the explosive growth in preferred stock issued by financial firms did not occur until after the Federal Reserve’s 1996 ruling on Tier 1 capital. Financial institutions became the dominant issuers of preferred stocks by the late 1990s. While non-financial firms in aggregate have been issuing a steady 30 to 60 new preferred stocks a...

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  • Until July 2007, the S&P Preferred Stock Index was characterized by relative stability. Firm values of financial institutions were high and preferred stocks had returns which were similar to bonds. Beginning in the summer of 2007, the volatility of returns in the common stocks of financial firms increased significantly. The S&P Financial Sector Index approximately doubled in volatility in August 2007. After August 2007, the Preferred Stock Index became more correlated with the S&P 500 and the S&P Financial Index and less correlated with...

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  • Preferred stocks are a hybrid of debt and equity and have attributes of both securities. In an issuing company’s capital structure, they give investors a claim to income and assets before common equity investors but after debt holders. Preferred stocks pay a stream of fixed- or floating-rate payments similar to the coupon payments made on debt and provide no participation in the issuer’s residual gains or any voting rights. However, similar to dividend-paying equity, preferred stocks’ dividend payments are not a mandatory obligation of the issuer.

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  • CHAPTER 14 Distributions to shareholders: Dividends and share repurchases Theories of investor preferences Signaling effects Residual model Dividend reinvestment plans Stock dividends and stock splits Stock repurchases What is dividend policy? The decision to pay out earnings versus retaining and reinvesting them.

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  • In the United States, insurance regulators require bonds and preferred stocks to be reported in statutory financial statements in one of six National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) designations categories that denote credit quality. If an accepted rating organisation (ARO) has rated the security, the security is not required to be filed with the NAIC’s Securities Valuation Office (SVO). Rather, the ARO rating is used to map the security to one of the six NAIC designation categories.

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  • Investors in common stock use net income as a key measure of profitability, but the custom in REIT world is to use funds from operations (FFO). The historical preference for FFO rather than net income relates to the concept of depreciation. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), under federal securities laws, requires that all publicly traded companies file audited financial statements.

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  • Many investors are perfectly satisfied with the more traditional investing opportunities: They build solid portfolios containing individual stocks and bonds, mutual and exchange-traded funds, and so forth, and are generally content to let investment counselors manage their accounts. Other investors, however, prefer to take a more active role: Perhaps they want to manage their accounts themselves or broaden their investment horizons (and increase their potential returns) by delving into more volatile markets...

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