Jacob Yackley
Principles of Finance
24 February 2016
Dr. Jeng
Quiz 1
Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng, Ph.D.
1. Youre given with an auto loan from your credit union. Suppose the total loan you have
is $46,000 and the current average market i
Harbolt 1
Jackson Harbolt
Dr. Jeng
BUSI330
3 May 2016
Principles of Finance Final Exam
*(I emailed you my excel worksheet if you want to see my work from that)
Problem 1:
Systematic risk is risk that cannot be eliminated through diversification and it can
Quiz 2
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
Information:
a. Answer all questions.
b. Do not exchange information and/or collaborate.
c. Always explain your answers with clear statements.
1. Youre buying a house that costs $670,00
Quiz 1
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
Information:
a. Answer all questions.
b. Do not exchange information and/or collaborate.
c. Always explain your answers with clear statements.
1. Suppose you are given with the followin
Weighted Average Cost of Capital
Tax Rate= 38.39% (Nordstrom Form 10-K)
rp = Cost of Preferred Equity = 0 (Nordstrom Form 10-K)
D = Dividend = $1.20 (Nordstrom Form 10-K)
g = Growth Rate = 17.09% (Nordstrom Form 10-K)
P = Stock Price = $70.48 (NASDAQ)
r(m
BUSI 330 Principles of Finance
Final Exam Study Guide
The multiple choice questions will be over the following concepts:
Risk: Higher the risk, higher the required rate of return.
Return, and process for determining price of an investment.
Types of risk s
Carmela Anastacio
BUSI 330
10/24/2014
2:35 pm
Misconceptions of Wealth
The subject of money and God have always been truly controversial for Christians. In the
book Money, Greed, and God by Jay W. Richards, I have gained insight into how Christians and
pe
NORDSTROM, INC. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
Nordstrom, Inc. Financial Analysis
Andrea Alaniz
Carmela Anastacio
Ryan Anema
David Guerrero
Azusa Pacific University
1
NORDSTROM, INC. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
2
SECTION ONE: COMPANY OVERVIEW
1. Company History - Beginnings
T
Brief history today
Over time, What started as a small shoe store in Seattle in 1901 now numbers over
250 stores and ships to 44 countries from its website. Today Nordstrom is one of the
most renowned retail stores in America and also in different parts o
Quiz 1
Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng, Ph.D.
Information: a. Answer all questions. This is an open-book open-note quiz.
b. No collaboration is allowed. The answers must be self-explanatory. That
is to say, all answers with calculation must
Linh Nguyen
Quiz 2
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
1. Youre buying a house that costs $620,000 now. The down payment you put in is $124,000.
The mortgage is a 15-year 2.6% loan with no pre-payment penalty. Answer the followi
Quiz 2
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
Information:
a. Answer all questions.
b. Do not exchange information and/or collaborate.
c. Always explain your answers with clear statements.
1. Youre buying a house that costs $620,00
Linh Nguyen
Quiz 1
Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng, Ph.D.
1. Youre given with an auto loan from your credit union. Suppose the total loan you have is
$42,000 and the current average market interest rate is 4% for the short-term loans. Answe
Harbolt 1
Jackson Harbolt
Dr. Jeng
BUSI330
6 April 2016
Principles of Finance Midterm
*(I emailed you my excel worksheet if you want to see my work from that)
Problem 1: *(the work I did for this problem is on a separate sheet of paper and the excel sheet
Harbolt 1
Jackson Harbolt
Dr. Jeng
BUSI330
13 April 2016
Principles of Finance Quiz #3
Problem 1:
a.) The monthly mortgage payment is $2,784.58
b.) The balance of the loan after 9 years is $175,417.06
c.) The monthly payment is now $1,644.93
Problem 2:
a.
Harbolt 1
Jackson Harbolt
Dr. Jeng
BUSI330
19 April 2016
Principles of Finance Quiz #4
Problem 1: (*the work I did for this problem is on a separate sheet of paper and the excel
worksheet I sent you)
a.) The net present value of project A is $711.87, and
Activity Analysis:
Acctounts Receivable T/O
Inventory T/O
Accounts Payable T/O
Working Capital T/O
Days of Accounts Receivable Outstanding
Days of Inventory Still in Stock
Days of Accounts Payable Still Outstanding
2013
3.2598591549
1.7579365079
4629/1420
Quiz 3
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
Due on 10/27/16
Information:
a. Answer all questions.
b. Do not exchange information and/or collaborate.
c. Always explain your answers with clear statements.
1. Youre buying a house th
Linh Nguyen
Quiz 3
Course: BUSI330 Principle of Finance
Instructor: Jau-Lian Jeng
Due on 10/27/16
1. Youre buying a house that costs $460,000 now. The down payment you put in is $120,000. The
mortgage is a 15-year 4.8% loan with no pre-payment penalty. An
Running Header: JUST DO IT, A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF NIKE INC.
Just Do It
A Financial Analysis of Nike Inc
Cody Hadden
Kandice Quintana
Annalisa Hotton
Cody HaddenKandice Quintana
Kylie Siebert
Azusa Pacific University
Running Header: JUST DO IT, A FINANCI
Chapter 1
1.1 The Role of the Financial Manager
Leveraged buyout= a transaction in which the purchaser uses a lot of debt to pay for the
acquisition
Roles of financial manager
Making decisions in the best interest of the firms owners
Produce products at
Annuity (for mortgage)
1. Immediate
2. Due
Ex: bought a house $650,000 and was 20% down payment. You financed 4% annual rate
or 15 years (mostly payment). No pre-payment penalty. What will be your monthly
payment?
650,000-20%= 130,000
520,000 need to fina
Assets= something that is valuable. Economic resources that you can apply to generate
more value, which you can claim ownership of
1. must carry resources
2. ownership
3. generate more value later on
2 kinds of assets:
real assets= ones we can see. Tangib
Lecture 1
01/27/2016
Financial Statement Analysis
Balance Sheet (Statement of Financial Position)
Income Statement
Statement of Cash Flows
o Before analyzing financials you must know what the business
is
Analyzing the numbers
Benchmark
o Comparing you
Bond Valuation + Stock Valuation
02/24/2016
Bond Valuation fixed-income securities
1. Obligation to pay.
2. Finite time frame.
3. Fixed or predetermined payments must be rendered.
4. No ownership or voting right for the interest of issuing institution
5.