Financial Forecasting & Working Capital Management
This lecture has two parts. The first part discusses various techniques for forecasting future cash flows and the firms need for funds. The second pa
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Simple WACC Calculation
Explantion of Variables From Quarterly Printout From Printout and See* Below (For Debt Only) Rate(1-T) (Capital Component /Total Capital) Weight * A/T Cost
Long Term Liabilitie
Valuation of Bonds & Stock
Long-term debt, preferred stock, and common stock are the major sources of capital for a firm.
Bonds
I. If a company borrows money in the capital markets, it issues long-ter
Time Value of Money
Business and personal financial decisions that involve cash flows occur at different points in time require an understanding of the time value of money. The concepts introduced her
Risk and Return
This lecture develops the relationship between risk and return and presents methods for measuring risk. We also discuss the concept of investment diversification and portfolio risk ana
Mergers & Acquisitions & Corporate Failures
Corporate restructuring covers a broad array of activities that include changes in ownership, asset structure and/or capital structure of a company. This le
Long-Term and Intermediate Debt Financing for Firms
I. A term loan, or intermediate-term credit, is defined as any debt obligation having an initial maturity between one and ten years. A. Term loans a
International Aspects Of Finance
This chapter lecture discusses aspects of international finance. This lecture will discuss exchange rates, factors that determine exchange rates, and consider differen
Financial Ratios
This lecture deals with the evaluation of financial performance using financial statement analysis. It is useful in assessing firm performance and in identifying the major strengths a
Financial Markets
This lecture provides a look at the domestic and international marketplaces in which firms operate. The role of the financial marketplace is to allocate scarce resources from savers
Dividend Policy
This lecture deals with the process and procedures that firms employ in the determination of an appropriate dividend policy. Of chief concern is how much of the firms earnings should b
Cost of Capital
One of the key variables in capital budgeting decisions is the cost of capital. The cost of capital can be thought of as what the firm must pay for capital or the return required by in
Capital Structure Concepts
Capital structure is the relative amount of permanent short -term debt, long-term debt, preferred stock, and common stock used to finance the firm. This lecture summarizes s
Capital Budgeting
This lecture provides an overview of the capital budgeting process and shows how to estimate the relevant cash flows associated with an investment project and evaluate those cash flo