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Today's Lecture Review of NPV Risk Time Value of Money
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2 Lets summarize I have convinced you (I hope) that any  investment that has positive NPV is a "no  brainer"   preferences do not affect this statement  it’s like you just get the NPV  Next we need a standard formulae to calculate  the NPV  ....  
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3 Present Value Formula:
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4 NET Present Value Formula:
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5 Example 1 I have an offer to sell my bike for $500.  My  brother also wants to buy the bike.  He will  pay me $545, but he can only make the  payment in a year.  If current interest rates are  10%, which is the better deal?  
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6 Example 2 Your buddy would like to start a business.  He  needs $10,000.  If you lend him the money  and the business is successful, he will give  you $12,000 in a year.    If interest rates are 10% what should you do? What is the present value of $12,000?  What is the net present value of this investment?  Is 10% the correct rate to use?  What would your answer be if rates were  25%? 
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7 Valuing a Security Consider a security that promises a one-time  payment to its owner of $1000 in one year.  If  the one year interest rate is 5%, what price  will this security have in a market without  arbitrage opportunities? We will call a market without arbitrage  opportunities a NORMAL market.
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8 Law of One Price Two investment opportunities that are  simultaneously available in competitive  markets must have the same price What would happen if the bond traded for $940?   What about $960?
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9 Short Sale Selling a financial security you do not own.
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