FINC 321
Play Money
Each of following investments I chose I currently use in my life so I wanted to see where my money
goes in each of these companies. GE impacts most of us. I have children so I am constantly buying Disney
movies. I play on line games th
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GRADED DISCUSSION WEEK 2
The Hamptons Home of a Famed Socialite Hits the Market
Before there was Paris Hilton, there was Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan a Gilded Age
heiress and socialite, re-nowned for her beauty and wealth. Now Ms. Balsans
one
FINC 321
Personal Financial Plan
Currently I am a part time student, and senior, at majoring in Accounting. I work full time
job and have three young kids at home. My husband and I have combined are incomes and pay
for all the expenses, including rent, fo
Week 5 Homework 4
FINC 321
Chapter 12: 12.3 #4
What kinds of risk are included in investment risk? Go online to survey current or recent
financial news. Find and present a specific example of the impact of each type of investment
risk. In each case, how d
CCJS 100 6382 Introduction to Criminal Justice
An Application of the Criminal Justice System
Joe Ronan Murder
July 6, 2015
On August 15, 2011 Joseph Ronan was found shot to death in his home Reading,
Massachusetts. Joseph was 22 years old played hockey an
Introduction to Criminal Justice
CCJS 100 6382
Annotated Bibliography
Arrest on Probable Cause
Rutledge, D. (2011, June 7). Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion.
In this article written by Devallis Rutledge, who is a former Santa Ana Police Officer,
de
CCJS 100
Society without laws would be mass chaos, people would take what they wanted and
have no punishment for it. Laws are there to protect people and if the laws are absent than
basically people could get away with whatever they wanted. It would be ve
CCIS 100 Introduction to Criminology
May 19, 2015
There are issues people are faced with online academic honesty, the instructor cannot see
the person who wrote the paper and they have to trust that the paper is in their own words. With
todays technology
Average Day's Cost of Goods Sold
Homework #1C (Operating Cycle and Cash Conversion Cycle
ratios)
Question 1
a) Canadian Bacon Inc. financial statements are presented in the table
below.
Based on the information in the table, and using a 365-day year,
calc
Homework #4A (Bond Current Yield)
Question 1
For a bond selling for $870, with a par value of $1,000 and a coupon rate of 13.30
percent, the current yield is _.
Round the answer to two decimal places in percentage form. (Write the percentage
sign in the "
Problem 1
Homework #4D (YTM annually, semi-annually)
Question 1
What is the yield to maturity of a 4-year bond that pays a coupon rate of 6.23
percent per year, has a $1,000 par value, and is currently priced at $990? Assume
annual coupon payments.
Round
Quiz #1
Question 1
You placed $8,714 in a savings account today that earns an annual interest rate of
6.63 percent, compounded semiannually. How much will you have in this account at
the end of 28 years? Assume that all interest received at the end of the
Homework #4C (Value of the Bond Semi-Annually)
Question 1
General Mills has a $1,000 par value, 30-year to maturity bond outstanding with an
annual coupon rate of 7.67 percent per year, paid semiannually. Market interest rates
on similar bonds are 12.20 p
Homework #4E (zero-coupon bond)
Question 1
Marco Chip, Inc. just issued zero-coupon bonds with a par value of $1,000. The bond
has a maturity of 17 years and a yield to maturity of 12.38 percent, compounded
semi-annually. What is the current price of the
Homework #4B (Value of the Bond annually)
Question 1
What is the value of a bond that has a par value of $1,000, a coupon rate of 7.24
percent (paid annually), and that matures in 21 years? Assume a required rate of
return on this bond is 11.35 percent.
R
Homework #5C (CAPM, Beta portfolio, Portfolio expected return)
Question 1
King Farm Manufacturing Companys common stock has a beta of 1.34. If the riskfree rate is 3.07 percent, and the market return is 5.61 percent, calculate the
required return on King
Homework #5A (Value and Expected rate of return on preferred
stock)
Question 1
UPS preferred stock pays $3 in annual dividends. If your required rate of return is
15.72 percent, how much would you be willing to pay for one share of this preferred
stock?
R
Social Security
FINC 321
Social Security History, Current Structure and Calculation of Benefits
The Social Security Act was implemented in 1935, after the stock market crash had
wiped out the savings of millions of Americans, the nation reached out to the
Week 3 Homework
FINC 321
Chapter 7: 7.2 #2 You have $10,000 to deposit. You want to save it, earning interest by loaning
its use in the money market to your bank. You anticipate you will need to replace your washing
machine within the year, however, so yo
Week 2 Homework
FINC 321
Chapter 4: 4.3 #2
How can you determine if a lump-sum payment or an annuity will have greater value for you?
When looking at lump-sum or annuity there are many factors that come into play. It
depends on age of person, state you li
Quiz Submissions - Homework #1A (Financial Statements)
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Question 1
Advantage First Corporation has sales of $4,062,650; income tax of $503,246; the
selling, general and administrative expenses of $276,724; depreci
Current Ratio
Homework #1D Liquidity and Profitability Ratios
Question 1
American Bacon Inc. financial statements are presented in the table
below.
Based on the information in the table, calculate the firms current ratio.
Round the answers to two decimal
Homework #1B (DuPont analysis, Return on Investment Ratios)
Question 1
Vintage, Inc. has a total asset turnover of 1.77 and a net profit margin of 6.37
percent. The total assets to equity ratio for the firm is 2.1. Calculate Vintages return
on equity.
Rou
Homework #1E (Activity and Leverage Ratios)
Inventory Turnover Ratio.
Question 1
Canadian Bacon Inc. financial statements are presented in the table
below.
Based on the information in the table, calculate the firms inventory
turnover ratio.
Round the answ
Homework #2A (FV and PV of a single amount annually)
Question 1
To what amount will the following investment accumulate?
$5,042, invested today for 17 years at 3 percent, compounded annually.
Round the answer to two decimal places.
Answer:
8,333.66
Questi
Homework #2B (Find Number of Periods or Find Growth Rate)
Question 1
How many years will the following take?
$534 to grow to $21,823 if invested at 19.80 percent, compounded annually.
Round the answer to two decimal places.
Answer:
20.61
Question 2
Upon g
Homework #2E (PV of Mixed Stream)
Question 1
You are given an investment to analyze. The cash flows from this investment are
End of year
1. $6,890
2. $1,570
3. $14,820
4. $10,750
5. $7,010
What is the present value of this investment if 5 percent per year
Homework #2C (FV and PV of a Single Amount Non-Annually
Question 1
If you invest $14,571 today at an interest rate of 4.97 percent, compounded daily,
how much money will you have in your savings account in 20 years?
Round the answer to two decimal places.
Homework #3B (FV and PV of annuity non-annually)
Question 1
You have decided to place $691 in equal deposits every month at the beginning of
the month into a savings account earning 3.18 percent per year, compounded
monthly for the next 3 years. The first
Homework #3E (Perpetuity, EAR, RRR)
Question 1
What is the present value of a $489 perpetuity discounted back to the present at
13.72 percent.
The answer should be calculated to two decimal places.
Answer:
3,564.14
Question 2
You plan to apply for a loan
PMT
Midterm Examination
Question 1
Big Brothers, Inc. borrows $88,310 from the bank at 4.55 percent per year,
compounded annually, to purchase new machinery. This loan is to be repaid in equal
annual installments at the end of each year over the next 4 ye
Homework #3A (FV and PV of annuity due annually)
Question 1
What is the accumulated sum of the following stream of payments?
$24,586 every year at the beginning of the year for 5 years, at 5.54 percent,
compounded annually.
Round the answer to two decimal
Homework #3D (FV of mixed stream)
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Question 1
You are given an investment to analyze. The cash flows from this investment are
End of year
$2,205
$4,558
$893
$2,310
$892
What is the future value of this investment at the end of year five if 13.27
Homework #3C (How much will each annual payment be (Using
FV or PV)
Question 1
Big Brothers, Inc. borrows $334,363 from the bank at 17.97 percent per year,
compounded annually, to purchase new machinery. This loan is to be repaid in equal
annual installme