1). Is Positive Beta Better than Negative Beta?
A Beta factor represents risk in a financial
instrument or commodity. Explain the reasons for changes in beta and explain if
one should be more concerned with a negative versus positive factor. Be sure to
reference volatility. Please provide an example of negative Beta.
2). Treasury Bills versus Treasury Notes and Changes
in Interest Rates
The daily market transactions for treasury instruments
are in the billions. The current average daily volume of “Treasuries” is
approximately $150 billion. Like you, corporations may have extra cash to
invest. In this case, you, as a finance manager, are considering investing
$50,000 in either a Treasury bill that you will renew every 6 months or
investing in a 5-year Treasury note that you will hold until maturity. Current
interest rates are expected to increase.
you invest in the Treasury bill or Treasury note? Discuss your reasoning.
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