Jordy Bolton is a lecturer in the Department of Finance and Investment Management. She obtained an honours degree at the University of Johannesburg and a MSc in Investment Analysis from the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. She is currently lecturing Investment Management within the Department. She has a keen interest in the areas of Behavioural finance, financial literacy and sports finance. Qualification
- MSc Investment Analysis
- Univesity of Tilburg, the Netherlands
- Minor dissertation: Does Gender matter for Financial Advice?
- Investment Management 2B, Investment Management 3A, Sports Finance
SMYTH, A. 2009. Evaluating the liquidity assumption in the Black and Scholes Model (BSM). MCom (Financial Management). Course work masters. University of Johannesburg. Student graduated. Supervisor.
RAMDAS, B.J. 2011.Stock market reactions to hosting the FIFA World Cup. MCom (Investment Management). Course work masters. University of Johannesburg. Student graduated. Co-supervisor
BOYCE, L. 2013. The debt literacy of first year students: the University of Johannesburg. MCom (Investment Management) Full research masters University of Johannesburg. Student obtained a Cum Laude for full research dissertation. Supervisor.
NKOANA, L. 2013. Comparing traditional VaR and CVaR models in estimating risk for South African exchange traded funds. MCom (Investment Management) Full research masters University of Johannesburg. Student obtained a Cum Laude for full research dissertation. Supervisor.
BOLTON, J.E. & VON BOETTICHER, S.T. 2015. Momentum trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange after the Global Financial Crisis. International Conference on Applied Economics (ICOAE), 2015.