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Cash Flow register for BA II
First always hit "2" d" then CLR WORK (CE/E) to clear your cash flow register.
Hit the CF button and enter your cash flow at time ZERO (Cfo). Hit ENTER.
Hit the down arrow and COl should appear.
Enter you cash flow at time ONE
The Bubble Theory
Kate Johnson
Bobby Lawson
Devyn Harman
What is a Bubble?
Three Dimensional
Circle
How does the term
relate in business?
How did the Bubble begin?
TulipMania
Fair Housing Act(1996)
Dot Com bubble
Attacks of 9/11
Low Interest Rates
Specu
The Austin Kiewiet (2011) Honorary
Explanation
TI 83 and TI 83 Plus
Tutorial
Part III
In the previous section we looked at the basic time
value of money keys and how to use them to calculate
present and future value of lump sums and regular
annuities. In
The Brianna Nolan Honorary Explanation
This is the TI 83 Calculator explanation given to my 363 class.hope it helps
TI 83 Calculators
The following is an explanation of how to do NPV and IRR on the TI-83 calculators, courtesy of
Taylor Faw in Section 001.
Daniel Craig
Jesse Bullard
Tasha Davis
Trey Conway
Value effects price more than utility
Rapid Increase In Valuation of Real
Property
Demand Increases with pricing
Geffen Goods (Rolex Watches)
Unsustainable price levels related to
Income and Economy
Decre
Student Name:
_*
Graded By : _
USC-466-Chapter7-Homework Problems
Rev 9/22/15
Problem 7-1
Stapled ? (Y/N)
All Work on Form ? (Y/N)
Attached Spreadsheet ? (Y/N)
No. Correct (of 14):
* By putting my Student Name to the above I hereby certify that
all work,
Chapter 13 - Homework Problems
For all of the following you must show how you
derived your answers. You may use L-charts,
attached templates, formulas, calculator entries
etc., but without definite proof of formulation
you will receive NO CREDIT for the p
All % answers are to be rounded to the closest basis point (i.e. 20.57 %). All $ answers rounded to the closest one dollar
(i.e. $ 4,687, 437). This will be the same for all future assignments.
CHAPTER 6 HOMEWORK
ASSIGNMENT
IBC-TYPE PROBLEMS
Each problem
Student Name: _*
Graded By : _
REV 2/23/15
Chapter 9
Homework Problems
Stapled ? (Y/N)
All Work on Form ? (Y/N)
Attached Spreadsheet ? (Y/N)
No. Correct (of 13):
_
_
_
_
* By putting my Student Name to the above I hereby certify that all
work, and all cop
The Wills Fauntleroy (2011) Honorary
Explanation
TI-84 Plus Tutorial
Part III
In the previous section we looked at the basic time
value of money keys and how to use them to calculate
present and future value of lump sums and regular
annuities. In this sec
How to Bring Private Capital Back to
Mortgages
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Thirdinaseries
Withhousingshowingsignsofrecovery,policymakersneedtogetseriousaboutaddressingthebiggestimpedimenttolongtermstabilityin
thissector,namelythefederalgovernment'srolei
Chapter 13
Industrial Example
Inputs
Building Name
Address
City
State
Worthington Distribution Center
Anywhere
USA
Building Size (SF)
140,000
Analysis Begin Date
6/1/2000
Holding Period
Discount Rate
Terminal Cap Rate
Selling Cost
10.50%
9.75%
3.00%
Name
BUBBLE
MARKETS
Lindsey Michael
Kevin Murphy
Pair
Laura Mondrick
Austin
WHAT IS A BUBBLE?
Economic
bubble
Occurs periodically in local or global
real estate markets
Characterized by rapid increases in
valuations of specific type(s) of
property/goods
Co
Chapter 11-Homework Problems
Student Name: _*
Graded By : _
Stapled ? (Y/N)
All Work on Form ? (Y/N)
Attached Spreadsheet ? (Y/N)
No. Correct (of 16):
Problem 11-2
_
_
_
_
* By putting my Student Name to the above I hereby certify that all
work, and all c
Course Documents
Content
Textbook / Ordering ebooks
Attached Files:
o
eBookstore_instructions.pdf (113.135 KB)
Students . hoping to avoid subjecting you to exorbitant textbook costs I have built
a "CreateBook" for this course with McGraw-Hill Publishers.
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Find Answers with Excel Goal Seek
LAST UPDATED ON 5-FEB-2015 BY ANNEH
The days after elections people often ask what-if questions. Some races are close and the vote
count goes on f
The Bubble
Theory
Sarah Altman, Henry Atkins, Brett Bowman,
Nina Buckelew
Definition of a Bubble
Bubble- typically happens if a certain asset
is traded at mispriced values, usually
attributed to inflation
Not entirely true
Classic bubbles are rare in hist
Manual for Working in Teams
This manual contains a number of suggestions that have been found useful for
working in teams in general. The suggestions are not particular to this class:
they apply to working in teams in general
1. Getting to Know One Anothe
BUBBLE THEORY
James Aiken
Clayton Chancey
Sara Graber
Christian Jones
WHAT IS A ECONOMIC BUBBLE?
AN
AN ECONOMIC
ECONOMIC BUBBLE
BUBBLE OCCURS
OCCURS WHEN
WHEN
SPECULATION
SPECULATION IN
IN A
A COMMODITY
COMMODITY CAUSES
CAUSES THE
THE
PRICE
PRICE TO
TO I
Millennials and Their Homes:
Still Seeking the American Dream
The economy is getting better, albeit slowly, and a generation
faced with numerous economic challenges is looking ahead.
The weight of Millennial influence on the economy and housing
market wil
Course Documents
Content
Textbook / Ordering ebooks
Attached Files:
o
eBookstore_instructions.pdf (113.135 KB)
Students . hoping to avoid subjecting you to exorbitant textbook costs I have built
a "CreateBook" for this course with McGraw-Hill Publishers.
Using the Texas Instruments BAII Plus
By Steve Benner
*Keys in BOLD represent keystrokes*
Using your calculator for the first time:
Your calculator is initially pre-set to compound interest for 12 periods a
year. You need to change this
by 2nd I/Y 1 Enter
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
1
2
Chapter 13
3
Partioning the IRR and Calculating Expected Returns and Variance
4
5
6
7
Calculating Variance of Returns
*Numbers from Exhibit 10-11
8
Office Building
Expected Return
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Scenario
Pessimistic
Most
A
B
C
D
E
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Chapter 13
Partioning the IRR and Calculating Expected Returns and Variance
Spreadsheet Assumptions: Use Exhibit 10-11 which is only in text.
Purchase price
8,500,000
Equity
2,550,000
BTIRRp
19.64
BTIRR
P
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1,934,842
86,384
19.4%
36,959
336,985
20.52%
1,882,632
If you missed any of these
problems it is MANDATORY that
you go back and review and
understand both your mistake as
well as the correct solution. It will
surely be FATAL to proce