500w+7 slids PPT
Topic : Comparison of Equity and Bond Market Return
• Analyse the Equity and Bond market return for the US, UK and Australian markets.
• Use data from 2001 to 2016.
• Identify the topic you are allocated in the “Topics Allocation” files in "Presentation Groups" folder for Nathan and Gold Coast campuses.
• Look through the description of the topic in the “Presentation Topics” file.
• Gather and organize material on the topic (Bloomberg Terminals should be one of the sources)
• Prepare power point slides (include screenshots from Bloomberg terminals and a reference list at the end of the presentation)
• Submit your presentation through the presentation submission point on the course site. Turn in a hard copy of the presentation to the assessor on the day of your presentation. No reports are required. Presentations must be submitted with an electronic cover sheet. Presentations will not be marked by an examiner until a cover sheet is provided. The cover sheet is available from the presentation submission page of the course site. You just need to answer a couple of questions to fill in the electronic cover sheet.
• You will have a maximum of 7 minutes for presentation (the assessor will stop you at 7 minutes). Gather material that would fit in a 7 minutes presentation.
• Go through the marking criteria to see how your presentation will be assessed. In addition to the content, you will be assessed on the organization, voice, pace, audience engagement, etc. Make sure you give enough attention to all these criteria.
• The date, time and venue of your presentation is available in the "Topics Allocation" file.
• Dress code for presentation: business or smart casual.
• All students must deliver their presentation with NO PALM CARDS and NO READING NOTES. You must learn how to deliver a 7 minute presentation on the fly and you must be able to do this by being well prepared for your presentation 1-2 weeks beforehand. By being well prepared, you will have confidence to deliver the 7 minute presentation without the aid of palm cards or notes.