Investment analysis
Risk Return Capitalization
Risk Vs Return
Return under Certainty
Used under past performance
Return under uncertainty
You are trying to estimate your return in the upcoming year
Typically uses three scenarios
1. Optimistic
2. Most like
Five-year Financial Portfolio
Jordan Faux
Investment Analysis II
Dr. Emekter
1/20/2016
Table of Contents
Introduction
Page 1
One Year Plan
Page 2
Three Year Plan
Page 3
Five Year Plan
Page 4
Tax Information
Page 5
Schedule of Payments Student Loans
Page 6
Exponential Probability
Data
Mean
X Value
Results
P(<=X)
Err:502
Compute the exponential probability for the bank ATM customer arrival exam
bank ATM customer arrival example on page 240
Exponential Probability
Data
Mean
X Value
20
0.1
Results
P(<=X)
0.864
Heat Consumption Data of Wallace Library
-(Final)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mean Temperature
Mean Dew Point
Mean Humidity
Mean Sea Level
Pressure
5. Mean Wind Speed
6. Events (Snow or No
snow)
7. mean visibility
8. Library Working Days
9. Mean Transformed
Temperature
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Final
Project Presentation
Group-5
ISEE-771
Engineering of Systems - I
Outline
Population of Interest
Value Proposition
Stakeholder Requirements
Competitive Solutions
Success of the redesigned system (QFD results)
Strengths & Weaknesses of th
COMPUTE
t Test for the Hypothesis of the Mean
Perform the Figure 9.7 two tail t test for the mean for the sales
Data
m=
Null Hypothesis
Level of Significance
Sample Size
Sample Mean
Sample Standard Deviation
Intermediate Calculations
Standard Error of the
COMPUTE
Normal Probabilities
Solve the problems in Examples 6.1 through 6.5 using the vide
Common Data
Mean
Standard Deviation
6
Probability for X <=
X Value
Z Value
P(X<=)
0
0.5000
Probability for X >
X Value
Z Value
P(X>)
0
0.5000
Probability for X< or
NOTE-TAKING GUIDE: Of the People: A History of the United States CHAPTER 8 Contested Republic: 1789 1800
COMMON THREADS
What were the continuing disagreements about the power of a central
government?
What were the conflicting values and ideas of citizen
FINA3000
Know the definitions or be able to explain the following terms or concepts:
Chapter 1
Finance
Investing
Goal of the firm
Three elements of financial decision making
Risk
Risk/Expected Return relationship
Proprietorship
Partnership
Corporation
Int
NOTE-TAKING GUIDE: Of the People: A History of the United States CHAPTER 7 Creating a New Nation: 1775 1788
COMMON THREADS
Which political theories did the American colonists use to justify their
revolution, and how did they adapt those theories over the
Guide to Using Excel Formulas for Normal Distribution Probability Calculations
When presented with a normal distribution with known mean and standard deviation, we can perform several kind
These calculations can be done by using a standard normal table ("
COURSE PLAN(DL)
FACULTY OF BUSINESS
TECHNOLOGYAND
ACCOUNTING
From :February 2016 May
2016
Course Title
:
ADMINISTRATION PRACTICES AND POLICIES
Course Code
Credits
:
:
BAGB2053
3 credits
Contact Hours Per Week
Delivery Methods
:
As per Schedule
:
Lectures,
FINA3150 Investment Analysis II
October 27, 2016, Quiz 5
Name.
1)
Grading: 10,10, 4, 4, and 4, respectively.
You need to make a payment of $18582.36976 in 4 years. The market interest rate is 5.5 %. You would like to use a perpetuity with
a yield of 10 pe
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
December 1, 2016
Quiz 7
Name
1.
PennTechs sales revenue was $700 million dollars during the last year. Operating expenses were $550 million. The
companys tax bracket is 35 percent. The capital structure of the company is as
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
November 3, 2016
Quiz 6
Name 35,30, and 35 points, respectively.
1.
The common stock issued by BBB just distributed $2 dividend per share. The dividends are expected to grow at 180, 60,
and 20 percent for the next three yea
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
September 29, 2016
Quiz 3
Name :
1.
An equity manager is assigned to select stocks form a universe of large stocks throughout the world. The manager will be
evaluated by comparing her returns to the return on the MSCI world
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
Fall 2016
Homework 5
1.
Gentleman Gym just paid its annual dividend of $3.75 per share, and it is widely expected that the dividend will increase
by 6.5 percent per year indefinitely. What price should the stock sell at? Th
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
Homework 6
Using the information in the table:
1. Prepare a balance sheet for each year
2. Prepare an income statement for each year
3. Prepare a statement of cash flow for the last four years
4. Calculate all relevant rati
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
Homework 4
Due date: October 19, 2016
1.
A 7-year bond with 3.8 percent coupon rate is selling for $980. What is the yield to maturity on this
bond? What is current yield? Show it using by trial and terror, approximation fo
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II,
September 22, 2016
Quiz 2
Name
each 33.33 points
1)
Scenari
Probabilit
Stock
Stock
o
y
A
B
Bust
0.3
-15%
-5%
Normal
0.4
20 %
10%
Boom
0.3
40 %
30%
a) Find the expected return on each stock
E(RA) = 0.3*(-15)+0.4*(20)+0.3*(4
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II,
Homework 2
1)
Using the information in the table answer the following questions.
Scenari
Probabilit
Stock
Stock
o
y
A
B%
Bust
0.4
-5%
1
Normal
0.4
15 %
8
Boom
0.2
32 %
20%
a)
Find the expected return on each stock
E(rA)= 0
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
Fall 2016
Homework 1
1)
An AllGood stock sells for $70 right now. The stock value next year depends on the economy. The
expected value of the stock and the expected dividends next year under each scenario are
summarized in
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
Fall 2016
Homework 3
Due date: September 29
1.
A global equity manager is assigned to select stocks form a universe of large stocks throughout the world.
The manager will be evaluated by comparing her returns to the return
Fina3150 Investment Analysis II
September 15, 2016
Quiz 1
Name
1)
Grading: 50 points each
Stocks of a company sell for $60 right now. The stock value next year depends on the economy. The expected value
of the stock and the expected dividends next year un
Heat Consumption Data of Wallace Library
Presentation Outline
Introduction
Residuals of the model fit
Performance comparison
between exponential and
ARIMA model
Data Smoothing&
Transformations
Forecasting using the
best fit
Analyzing MAPE and
Conclusion
A
1. to encounter simultaneous feast and famine(hunger)- push celebration with lot of food
and goods
2. to double-dip into jobless recession- refers to recession followed by a short-lived
recovery
3. to avoid defaulting on debts- to avoid the failure to pay