Madison Gavelek
[email protected]
Chevron Corporation (CVX)
BNAD 301
Fall 2016
Table of Context
Section 2: Executive Summary
How is the company doing now?
What is the company trying to do in the future?
What are the risks the company is facing?
S
ID: H
Exam Review H: Sample Exam Question Types
Introduction
These questions can give you a general and representative idea of the style of questions you are likely to see on the exam.
The questions here involve the calculating the area of a rectangle and
ID: Q
Periodic Savings and Retirement Problems
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1. ANNUITIES: Concepts
2. Key Vocabulary for this Section:
Interest rate (compound rate or growth rate)
Number of periods (n)
Cash flow
First ca
ID: R
Annuities (Future Value) Exam Review
Note: These are questions that you should be familiar with from previous exams.
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1. ANNUITIES: Future Value Concepts
2. Key Vocabulary for this Section:
ID: N
Leverage and Shorting Exam Review
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1. OVERVIEW
Wall Street Terms
Short Sale  Definitions
Short Sale  Implications
Short Sale  Ethics
Leverage
Leverage  Implications
Brokerage Hous
ID: Q
Mathematics of Returns (and Risk) Exam Review
Note: For Exam 3, these are questions that you should be familiar with from previous exams.
Problems
1. Suppose you invest $5 and it grows to be $30 over a 10 year period.
(a) What is your total cumulati
ID: O
Discounting Exam Review
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1. COMPOUNDING: BASIC CONCEPTS
2. Key Vocabulary for this Section:
Compounding
Interest rate
Return
Compounding period
3. Key Formulas for this Section:
n
Futur
ID: P
Annuities Exam Review
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1. ANNUITIES: Concepts
2. Key Vocabulary for this Section:
Interest rate
PVAIF
Number of periods (n)
Cash flow
First cash flow
Annuity Due
Ordinary Annuity
3. K
Chemical of the Earth

Crust = light minerals Si, C, Al
Mantle = heavy minerals Fe, Mg
Core = Outer and inner, Metal, Fe,
Physical of the earth

Lithosphere = rigid. It is the crust + upper mantle 100km
Asthenosphere = mushy
Mantle = solid
Outer core =
Katie Romero
In result of studying more about supply and demand, it has become easier to notice more and
more examples in the real world especially while here in Barcelona. One that I have experienced back
home is while I am working at the bookstore and i
Katie Romero
As consumers, we go through a decision making process every day. However we only
notice the purchasing portion of an elaborate process complete with factors that influence us into
making decisions on what we buy and what we do not buy. Throug
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Katie Romero
Sanchez
AFAS 371
4 September 2016
Early Hip Hop Gospel Impulse: That Thing
The similarities between music of the early 1990s Hip Hop and the gospel impulse that
Craig Werner describes is significant enough to analyze its influences o
Linguistic Psych
1. Children learn language by imitating the people around them
a. Taken to the extreme, this would mean that children could only say things that they had
heard before. This is clearly not the case.
i. Children make up works (couch holes)
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Microeconomics: the branch of economics that studies the specific choices made by producers
and consumers
units are consumers, workers, investors, land owners, business firms
What does microeconomics do?
o Explains pricing for
ID: F
Exam Review F: Math of Returns: Analytical Questions Part II
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1. FORMULAS
2. Key Formulas
arithmetic return =
r1 + + rn
n
annualized return =
time required =
n
final 1
final
1 or annual
ID: C
Math of Returns: Annualized Returns and Time Required
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1. SINGLE RETURNS
2. Key Vocabulary
Return
Price
Total Cumulative Return
Total Cumulative Factor
$1 becomes $X dollars
$1/X becom
ID: B
Math of Returns: Constant Returns
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1. COMPOUNDING: BASIC CONCEPTS
2. Key Vocabulary for this Section:
Compounding
Interest rate (i)
Return (r)
Compounding period (n)
Lump sum
3. Key For
Madison Gavelek
[email protected]
Chevron Corporation (CVX)
BNAD 301
Fall 2016
Table of Contents
Section 2: Executive Summary
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Section 3: Company Info and Corporate Governance
Item 1:
Item 2:
History of the Company
Major Statistics of the Compan
Madison Gavelek
[email protected]
Chevron Corporation (CVX)
BNAD 301
Fall 2016
Table of Contents
Section 2: Executive Summary
Section 3: Company Info and Corporate Governance
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
1:
2:
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History of the Company
Madison Gavelek
[email protected]
Chevron Corporation
BNAD 301
Fall 2016
12/13/16
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Section 1)
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Section 2)
The Chevron Corporation is one of the largest energy companies in the United States
today due to their e
ID: F
Risk Measures
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Note: We discussed in class how to work with sequential returns in order to determine the standard deviation. There is a
separate review for the mathematics of sequential retu
ID: D
Percentage Changes, Compound Growth, and Annualized Returns
Introduction to the Review
This review has some of the basic math that we need in order to understand returns on investments. There are lots of
problems and formulas, but this review has ba
ID: G
Math of Returns: Sequential Prices, Sequential Returns and Arithmetic Returns
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1. SINGLE RETURNS
2. Key Vocabulary
Return
Price
Total Cumulative Return
Total Cumulative Factor
$1 become
ID: I
Bonds (Part 2) Exam Review
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1. OVERVIEW
Credit Ratings & Risk
Bond Prices
Bond  Capital Gains and Losses
Bond Yields Definitions
Bond Yield  Computing Current Yield
Bond Yield  Curr
ID: H
Bonds Exam Review
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1. OVERVIEW
Bond BasicsWhat are they?
Bond BasicsFace Value
Bond BasicsInterest
Bond BasicsMaturity
Bond BasicsTrading & Prices
Bond BasicsLegal Aspects
Bankr
ID: E
Exam Review E:ClosedEnd Funds, Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Funds
Note: The material in Review E was taught before the material in Review D. In order to do some of the mathematical
problems in this review, it makes sense to review the math firs
ID: D
Math of Returns: Sequential Prices, Sequential Returns and Arithmetic Returns
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1. SINGLE RETURNS
2. Key Vocabulary
Return
Price
Total Cumulative Return
Total Cumulative Factor
$1 become
ID: I
Risk Measures
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.
1. RISK MEASURESOVERVIEW
2. We have a number of ways of measuring returns: cumulative return, arithmetic return, and annualized return.
3. Two important characteristics of
ID: A
Math of Returns: Percentage Changes and Factors
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1. TOPIC OVERVIEW
Percentage changes
Percentage changesEnglish Usage
Factors
Initial, Final, and Factors
Percent Of
Percentage changes