Websearch, Project Retirement, Project Insurance

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WebSearch: Financial Goals

Use various internet search engines to find articles that pertain to the topics in this section. Compile a list of 10 reputable articles that you would recommend to a friend who was interested about stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Under each article, write a 1-2 sentence synopsis of what the article is about.

Project: Retirement

Find several articles about retirement. Read the articles, summarize them, and explain what you have learned about retirement from what you have read. Be sure to include information you learned by visiting the various retirement websites. Remember to pick articles that have substance and are from reputable websites.
Now it’s time to complete the project.

You have three choices:

  • Create a brochure of tips for a person who is worried about having enough money for retirement. You can include account options and other money sources to ensure their retirement will be a comfortable one.

Project: Insurance

Find 3-5 articles about insurance. Read the articles, summarize them, and explain what you have learned about insurance from what you have read. Be sure to include information you learned by visiting the various insurance websites. Remember to pick articles that have substance and are from reputable websites.

Now it’s time to complete the project. You have three choices:

  • Create a brochure of tips for a person who is about to buy insurance for the first time. You can choose the type of insurance they are purchasing and what their needs are.
  • Create a slide presentation on purchasing insurance. Include what a customer should look for, what kind of coverage they should buy, and other tips they should know before buying a policy.


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masterjoe
School: Boston College

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WebSearch: Financial Goals
1. Demirovic, A., Guermat, C., & Tucker, J. (2017). The relationship between equity and
bond returns: An empirical investigation. Journal of Financial Markets, 35, 47-64.
The article aimed at examining the condition correlation between bonds and equity. The
study gives the positive average relationship between investment and bonds. However, the
decrease and increase in condition correlation are due to equity volatility and credit risk.
2. Amihud, Y. (2002). Illiquidity and stock return: cross-section and time-series effects.
Journal of financial markets, 5(1), 31-56
In the study, the author showed that the future illiquidity of market impacts positively on the
excess return on the ex-ante stock. Furthermore, the findings from the study showed that the
existence of a negative correlation between the unexpected contemporaneous illiquidity and
return on stocks.
3. Haugom, E., & Ray, R. (2017). Heterogeneous traders, liquidity, and volatility in crude
oil futures market. Journal of Commodity Markets, 5, 36-49.
The research analyzed the relationship between the volatility, liquidity, and distribution of
returns in the future market of the crude oil industries. As opposed to other studies that use the
conventional OLS regression, the authors of the article employed the quantile regression method.
An increase in the trading activities as a result of the sale of different trades results to the
distinctive volatility of stocks, bonds, and mutual fund.

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4. Pirrong, C. (2017). The economics of commodity market manipulation: A survey. Journal
of Commodity Markets
The article discussed the different types of manipulation in the commodity market such as the
market power, fraud, and trade-based manipulations. Also, the author identified circumstances
under which the manipulations can occur and the effect created on prices and quantities of bonds,
stocks, and mutual funds.
5. Upson, J., & Van Ness, R. A. (2017). Multiple markets, algorithmic trading, and market
liquidity. Journal of Financial Markets, 32, 49-68.
In the study, the writers use NYSE listed firms from the quarter of 2012 financial year to
discuss the components that affect the National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO). It was evident that
quote competition for different exchanges and the excess AT have a negative impact on the
NBBO. However, the volume fragmentation has a positive effect.
6. Lin, Q. (2017). Technical analysis and stock return predictability: An aligned approach.
Journal of Financial Markets.
The article evaluates the predictability of the aggregate stoc...

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