Lecture 1 spring 10

Lecture 1 spring 10 - I. Administrative details II. Course...

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STEP 3 Estimate Value Cost of Capital Valuation Models Residual Income Model Free Cash Flows Model Valuation Ratios STEP 2 Forecast the Future Structured Forecasting Income Statement Forecasts Balance Sheet Forecasts Cash Flow Forecasts STEP 1 Understand the past Collect Information Understand the Business Accounting Analysis Financial Ratio Analysis Cash Flow Analysis ^SPX PNRA SBUX Spring 2010 NBA 5060 Lecture 1 - Introduction I. Administrative details II. Course Description and Introduction III. Starbucks – Case company for the course IV. Ratio Detective Exercise For 01/28/10: Familiarize yourself with the 10-K for Starbucks (SBUX). We will be applying all the tools we learn in class to SBUX. You can download the 10-K from the SEC Edgar website ( http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml ). Answer questions on handout regarding the economy, SBUX’s industry, and its strategy. Lecture 1 – Introduction Page 1 of 7
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I. Administrative Details Handouts will be available at the front of the classroom, prior to the start of each class. Extra copies will be put on the 5060 shelves across from 304 at the end of the day, and made available on the course home
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