Research Proposal: an Assessment of the Efficiency of the Nse in the Pricing of Shares of Listed Banks Essay

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THE PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY OF EAST AFRICA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTARTION RESEARCH PROPOSAL AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THE NSE IN THE PRICING OF SHARES OF LISTED BANKS RESEARCHER: MAINA GATHU REG. NO.: N50/1022/11 SUPERVISOR: MR. ORINA SEBASTIAN O. Saturday, 23-June-2012 A Research Proposal submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements of The Presbyterian University of East Africa for the Award of a Degree of Masters of Business Administration in Finance. RESEARCHER’S DECLARATION COPYRIGHT © Maina Gathu, 2012 © All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any information retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner. First published 2012 Printed in Kenya by XXXXX Press Ltd P.O. Box 13430-00800, Nairobi – Kenya Tel: (254-20) XXXXXX Fax: (254-20) XXXXXX Website: http//XXXXXX.co.ke Email: info@XXXXXX.co.ke ABSTRACT Every day, individual and institutional investors are flooded with stock market investment decisions, both big and small. Understanding how investors arrive at their stock exchange investment choices involves fundamental, technical and cognitive (i.e. psychological and behavioural) studies. Fundamental analysis, using the traditional financial modelling approaches, is the most commonly used method of evaluating investment decisions in stock exchanges, as it renders itself to clearly identifiable economic and financial data for the analysis of sector, company and individual stocks or securities. Implied in fundamental analysis is the presence of all necessary and relevant financial and economic data and information for stock exchange investment decision making.

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