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### FIN640F_Lecture_Outline_06

Course: FIN 640, Fall 2009
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FIN 640: Financial Management and Policy Lecture Outline 6: Capital Budgeting II This is the outline of the material that we shall cover in this class. After the outline, you will find a list of terminology and formulae introduced in this material. Outline: 1. Learning Objectives LO 6.1: Explain and calculate in Excel the sensitivity of models and their break even points. LO 6.2: Develop an Excel model to use...

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FIN 640: Financial Management and Policy Lecture Outline 6: Capital Budgeting II This is the outline of the material that we shall cover in this class. After the outline, you will find a list of terminology and formulae introduced in this material. Outline: 1. Learning Objectives LO 6.1: Explain and calculate in Excel the sensitivity of models and their break even points. LO 6.2: Develop an Excel model to use <a href="/keyword/monte-carlo-simulation/" >monte <a href="/keyword/carlo-simulation/" >carlo simulation</a> </a> . LO 6.3: Explain the application of real options to capital budgeting. LO 6.4: Calculate the value of real options. 2. Excel Features a. Depreciation i. DB(cost,salvage,life,period,month) ii. DDB(cost,salvage,life,period,factor) iii. SLN(cost,salvage,life) iv. SYD(cost,salvage,life,per) v. VDB(cost,salvage,life,start_period,end_period,factor,no_switch) b. Generating Random Numbers i. RAND() 3. Decision Trees 4. Sensitivity, Scenario, and Break-Even Analysis a. Sensitivity Analysis b. Scenario Analysis c. Break-Even Analysis i. Accounting Break-Even ii. Cash Break-Even iii. Financial Break-Even 5. <a href="/keyword/monte-carlo-simulation/" >monte <a href="/keyword/carlo-simulation/" >carlo simulation</a> </a> 6. Real Options a. Discounted Cash Flows and Options b. The Option to Abandon c. The Option to Delay Terminology: Random Numbers Decision Trees Sensitivity Analysis Scenario Analysis Break-Even Analysis Accounting Break-Even Cash...

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