Chapter 1 - 1 WELCOME TO FINANCE 221 Corporate Finance The...

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WELCOME TO FINANCE 221 Corporate Finance 1
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The First Day Agenda 2 Course Overview Top 10 List Chapter 1 Careers in Finance Chapter 5
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3 TOP 10 LIST
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Top 10 questions we will answer in Finance 221 this semester. 4 10. What is the goal of the firm? 9. Why there is no such thing as a free lunch? 8. How do you figure out loan payments? 7. Why do bond and sometimes stock prices tend to fall when inflation or interest rates go up? 6. Why Microsoft deserves its legal troubles.
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Top 10 questions we will answer in Finance 221 this semester. 5 5. Why is Homer Simpson so dumb? 4. How do you calculate a P/E ratio? (Anna Kournikova: guest lecturer) 3. Why do they call bond interest payments coupon payments? 2. Why crazy rich people are called “eccentric“, the Cuban Collar? 1. How to make a million dollars and not pay taxes.
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CHAPTER 1 An Overview of Financial Management 6
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Chapter 1 Topics 7 What is finance and corporate finance. Different forms of Business Organizations. The goal of the firm Stock Prices and Intrinsic Value Agency Costs: Conflicts between managers and shareholders
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What is Finance? 8
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What is Finance? 9 Finance is primarily about making investment decisions. To make these decisions, one must determine value. What is the value of a stock, a bond, a company, or a real asset?
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What is Corporate Finance? 10
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Forms of Business Organiztions 11
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Organizing a Business 12 Types of Business Organizations E Sole Proprietorships E Partnerships E Corporations
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Relatively easy to form Single owner Owner and manager are the same. Business earnings taxed at the owner’s
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Chapter 1 - 1 WELCOME TO FINANCE 221 Corporate Finance The...

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