Ch1. Goal of the firm is to create value for the firms legal owners (shareholders) also to maximize shareholder wealth by maximizing the
price of its existing common stock. The 5 foundational principles of finance are: Cash flow is what matters, money has
Unit 5.01 5.03 MPA
A) Distinguish between economic goods and services (EC:002, EC LAP 10) (CS)
1) Define wants
a) Economic want
b) Noneconomic want
2) Define goods and services
a) Consumer goods
b) Industrial goods
c) Capital goods
The Monroe Doctrine: Origin and Early American Foreign Policy http:/edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=577
The Monroe Doctrine: A Close Reading
Each of the following sections of the Monroe Doctrine refers to a specific subject. (NOTE: The
Biology 115 (Survey of Biology Laboratory) Spring 2006: Lab 7
Probability and Genetics
Human Genetic Traits
ABO and Rh Blood Typing (handout given in lab.)
The phenotype of a
1.02 Cornell Note Taking - Independent Practice
Listen to the podcast on Proper Telephone Etiquette.mp3 . Or you can go to website
Scroll down to the Proper
Cornell Note Taking- Dykira Ruffin
While viewing the attached PowerPoint, use the Cornel Note Taking Guide to take
your notes. Summarize what youve learned and write it down in the Summary
Extra Punnett Square Questions
Use Punnett Square to answer the following questions. Show your work.
1. Widows peak is dominant to no widows peak. Determine the genotype and
phenotype ratios for a homozygous dominant female and a homozygous
1.03D- Exchanging Emails
Instructions: Read the steps below and exchange emails with a partner. Each student
will forward to your teacher via email, the final/full string of dialog from your email
correspondence. You will be graded based on your individua
HW: Parallel Lines angles and proofs
Use the information given for each problem to determine if there are any lines that must be parallel.
Justify your answer. If there are none, write none.
1. m A
2. m 6
3. m 3
4. m 4
Fraser Chapter 2
1. What is a balance sheet and what questions does it answer?
-reports dollar amounts of a companys assets, liabilities, and owners equity as of a
-It allows you to easily determine the amount of
Transactions at the same point in time
High volume market: $5 trillion traded daily
Market is a global network (no central exchange)
Largely unregulated: huge profit opportunities and risk(volatility)
Two-tiered market: large mon
FINA 4300 FINAL- Practice Questions
Ch 3 Higgins
1.Which of the following statements is correct if a firm's pro forma financial statements project net income of $12,000 and external financing
required of $5,000
A. Total assets cannot grow by more than $10
1 You want to purchase a one year Treasury Bill with a par value of $ 100.
. You expect 6 per cent inflation and you require a 3 per cent after tax real
return. If you are in the 25 per cent marginal tax bracket, how much
should you pay for this Bill?
FINA 4300 Ch 8 Homework
a. What is the internal rate of return on the investment? IRR= 6.4/40= 16%
b. What is Burgundys weighted-average cost of capital?
Equity= (20 million) x (40 million) = 800 million Debt= 320 million
Suppose the yield curve is flat when both expectations and (POS) liquidity premiums affect the shape of
the yield curve. What is the bond market betting on short term interest rates will fall
What is the difference between principal STRIPS and coupon STRI
1. The initial margin requirement is 70 percent. You buy 100 shares of a $50 stock using the
maximum amount of borrowed money and pay ten percent interest on the loan. A.) what is your
dollar equity if the stock sells for $70 after one year? B.) if the mi
FINA 4300 Test 3 Notes
The evidence indicates that, on average, a companys stock price declines when it announces a new issue
of equity TRUE
Debt financing results in a lower after-tax earnings relative to equity financing TRUE
The M&M irrelevance proposi
1. Describe the cash flow production cycle. What is the inner circle? Outer circle?
- The simple movement of cash to inventory, to accts receivable & back to cash
- Inner circle: Inventory cash sales cashproductioninve
FINA 4300 Fraser Ch 2 HMWK
Study Question 2.4:
The allowance for doubtful accounts can be used for assessing earnings quality by the comparison of a
companys sales in lowering their credit terms on one side, and increasing their allowance account on
Your bank is offering you an account that will pay 25% interest (an effective two-year rate) in total for a two-year deposit. Determine the equivalent discount rate for the
following periods: a. Six months b. One year c. One month Equivalent discount rate
Chapter 6 outline
What stocks have to offer
a) Residual owners their claim is subordinate to the claims of other investors, such as
lenders, so for stockholders to get rich, the firm must first meet all its other financial
Chapter 7 outline
1) Principles of Security analysis
a) Security analysis consists of gathering information, organizing it into logical framework,
and them using the information to determine the intrinsic value of common stock.
b) Intrinsic value provides
Chapter 10 Outline
Why invest in bonds?
o Bonds are negotiable publicly traded, long-term debt securities.
Bonds are often referred to as fixed-income securities because the debt
payments of the issuers are usually fixed.
o Putting bond market performanc
Basic features of puts and calls
o A negotiable contract
A put enables the holder to sell the underlying security at the specified
price over a set period.
A call gives the holder the right to buy the security at the stated price
within a cer
The term structure of interest rates and yield curves
o Yield curve, which relates a bonds term to maturity to its yield to maturity at a
given point time.
Explanations of the Term structure of interest rates
o Market segmentation theory sugge
An overview of Mutual funds
o Pooled diversification- the mutual fund concept is based on the simple of idea of
combining money from of a group of people with similar investment goals and
investing that money in a diversified portfolio.
Developing an asset allocation scheme
o Asset allocation involves dividing your portfolio into various asset classes.
Approaches to asset allocation
o The fixed-weightings approach allocates a fixed percentage of the portfolio to
each of the a