Furby toys, but she can’t pay you for all of them until the next year. She approaches you and proposes two options:a.If she can have the 100 Furby toys today, she will pay you $40 for each Furby one year from now.b.If she can’t have the 100 Furby toys today, she will buy 80 Furby toys today at their normal price, $35 each. If you choose this option, you will put all the money from the sale into a one-year savings account that has a 6% interest rate.Assuming that there are no risks, which is the better deal for you? Use a calculator to determinethe present value of both options. Write down all the numbers and symbols you enter into your calculator, any formulas you use and your final answers.
5. At the height of the craze, Furby toys are doing so well that you consider investing in Hasbro (the company that makes Furby toys). Explain in your own words the difference between stocks and bonds and how the prices of each are determined.