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Table of Content for In-Class Handouts Handout 1 BS until P5 All sorts of ratios and multiples after that Handout 2, Capital Budgeting FCF P1-5 Discounting P5-7 Valuing Projects NPV P9 Payback P10 IRR P11 Handout 3, Interest Rates, Loan & Bond valuation Valuation of multiple cash flows 1 Yield curve 2-3 Bonds 3-9 Handout 4, Valuing the Firm Interest sensitivity to Bonds Dividend Discount Model (DDM) 6 Constant expected growth 6 Total Payout Model (TPM) 7 Discounted FCF 8 Handout 5, Risk and the cost of Capital. CAPM Expected return / volatility 1-4 Correlation 5 Sharp ratio 8 CAPM 10 Security market line 11 Beta 12 Handout 6, Estimating the cost of capital, financing investments, valuing private companies. Risk Premium / Risk Free Rate, CAPM 2 Asset Beta 3 -5 Regression analysis of comparable Betas 4 WACC 7 Handout 7, Valuation with leverage & taxes Adjusted Present Value Method (APV) 3 Example broken don on p 4 Summary on 5 Distress 8-11
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CAPITAL BUDGETING NPV, Payback, IRR BONDS Annuity bonds, perpetual bonds, effective annual rate, yield curve / interest sensitivity, t-strips, Bond Price = PV of future Cash Flows = PV(coupons) + PV(face)
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T-STRIPS ho3, p5 VALUING THE FIRM / STOCK VALUE Handout 4 There are 3 different models to value equity: 1) Dividend Discount Model: a. Use when firm does not change its capital structure, or repurchasing
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