1. Calculating Margin (LO3, CFA4) Carson Corporation stock sells for $17 per share, and
you've decided to purchase as many shares as you possibly can. You have $31,000 available
to invest. What is the maximum number of shares you can buy if the initial ma
1. Dividend Valuation (LO1, CFA6) JJ Industries will pay a regular dividend of $2.40 per share for each of the next
four years. At the end of the four years, the company will also pay out a $40 per share liquidating dividend, and
the company will cease op
1. Stock Quotations (LO2) You found the following stock quote for DRK Enterprises, Inc., at
your favorite Web site. You also found that the stock paid an annual dividend of $0.75, which
resulted in a dividend yield of 1.30 percent. What was the closing pr
FI312: Introduction to
Investments
Chapter 6: Part 1
Portfolio Theory
Portfolio Theory
Will tell us mean and variance of
complete portfolio given weights on
various assets.
Portfolio theory is the study of how the
risks of multiple assets interact withi
Chapter 7
CAPM and Arbitrage Pricing Theory
Introduction
CAPM (Sharpe) and APT (Ross) are two theoretical models of the
positive relationship between risk and return
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
Question: What determines the expected return for a gi
Chapter 8 and a Little of 9
The Efficient Market Hypothesis and
Behavioral Finance
0. Behavioral Biases (this section from Chapter 9.1) Many
Individual Investors Seem to Deviate from Rational Model of
Investor Behavior
Overconfidence
Forecast Errors
Conse
Lab Guide for Week 2. Design of Experiments: Lettuce Seed Germination
A. Introduction
Exploration of the Factors
Science is concerned with learning the truth about
natural things that are explainable by natural
causes. The problem is that nothing can be k
Coursework Information Sheet
Unit Tutor / Coordinator
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Unit Name
Financial Accounting 2
Unit Code
KAP013-3
Title of Coursework
Individual Report
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Assignment Overview
Scenario: You are a consultant who works for the Diligent
Consulting Group. Your client, the New Star Grocery
Company, believes that there may be a relationship between
the number of customers who visit the store during any
given month
Problem Set 6
1. A bank has $850,000 in assets to allocate among investments in bonds, home mortgages, car
loans, and personal loans. Bonds are expected to produce a return of 10%, mortgages 8.5%, car
loans 9.5%, and personal loans 12.5% To make sure the
MBA Tech
MBA Tech is negotiating with the mayor to start a manufacturing plant in an abandoned building. The
city has decided to subsidize MBAT, but the form and timing of the subsidy have not been determined.
You have been asked to recommend the most fav
LINEAR REGRESSION AND SIMPLE EXPONENTIAL
SMOOTHING (SES) FORECASTING
Scenario: You are a consultant for the Diligent Consulting
Group (DCG). You have completed the first assignment,
developing and testing a forecasting method that uses
Linear Regression (
Chapter 6, Part 2
Index Models
Diversification and Portfolio Risk
There are two broad classes of risk that affect portfolios:
Systematic Risk or market risk or non-diversifiable risk
Determined by Macroeconomic factors (affect whole economy)
business cy
Chapter 10
Bond Prices and Yields
1. Bond Characteristics
Regular coupon payments every period until the bond matures.
The face value of the bond when it matures.
Example:
$1,000 par value, 8% semi-annual, 30 year bond
What does this mean?
$40 semi-annual
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RESTAURANT BRANDS INTERNATIONAL INC (QSR) CashFlowFlag BALANCE SHEET
Fiscal year ends in December. USD in millions except per share data.
2012-12
Assets
Current assets
Cash
Cash and cash equivalents
Total cash
Rece
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MCDONALD'S CORP (MCD) CashFlowFlag BALANCE SHEET
Fiscal year ends in December. USD in millions except per share data.
Assets
Current assets
Cash
Cash and cash equivalents
Total cash
Receivables
Inventories
Prepaid
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MCDONALD'S CORP (MCD) CashFlowFlag INCOME STATEMENT
Fiscal year ends in December. USD in millions except per share data.
2012-12 2013-12 2014-12
Revenue
27567
28106
27441
Cost of revenue
16751
17203
16986
Gross pro
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RESTAURANT BRANDS INTERNATIONAL INC (QSR) CashFlowFlag INCOME STATEMENT
Fiscal year ends in December. USD in millions except per share data.
Revenue
Cost of revenue
Gross profit
Operating expenses
Sales, General an
Finance 312, Spring 2012
Formula Sheet for Exam 1
These Formulas will be given in exam, so no index cards
Chapter 2: Asset Classes
T-Bill Bank Discount Rate
Rbd = (10,000-P)/10,000)*(360/n)
T-Bond Quotes
Know without formula sheet
Bond Equivalent Yield fo
Practice Test Question for Exam 1
The actual exam will have 30 Questions. These are just a sampling of possible topics
for questions. A formula sheet will be provided. This will be identical to the
one provided for the review session. Note that you need t
Bonds
Fixed income
Fixed coupon payment every period
The face (par) value back at maturity
Example:
$1000 par value semi-annual bond with 8% coupon rate 30-year bond.
60 payments of 1000*0.08/2=40
+1000 paid out after 30 years
Additional features (optiona
Chapter 11
Managing Fixed-Income Investments
Passive investment strategy:
attempts to maintain an appropriate risk-return balance given
market opportunities
immunization strategy
Active investment strategy:
attempts to achieve higher returns by forecas
New Star Grocery Company
Year 1
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Customers Sales ($000)
185
241
374
421
425
259
298
321
215
282
235
300
230
301
310
389
421
300
318
298
202
265
312
298
Number
Month
1
Jan
Problem Set 5
1. The ELC Corporation manufactures two industrial-sized electrical devices: generators and
alternators. Both of these products require wiring and testing during the assembly process. Each
generator requires 4 hours of wiring and 2 hour of t
UGBA104
R05 Questions
Time (circle one): 8:00AM 9:30AM
11:00AM 12:30PM 2:00PM
Sensitivity
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This exercise concentrates on sensitivity analysis by examining a number of problems, some in Excel. I
Q 39.
a)
Property Basis value =
Liability associated with the property =
125000
200000
Inrease in E &P due to gain =
75,000
As E&P of property is decreased by 200,000$ being its deemed fair value,
reduced by 200,000$ which is the liability of property;
He
Hypothetical Annual Financial Statements
Industry Template
FS3
Symbol: FS3
Price AED 14
Exchange:
Shrs Out (th)
3,000,000
Country:
PE Ratio
Scaling Factor : Thousands of AED
2 YR BALANCE SHEET
12/31/2015
Assets
Cash And ST Investments
458,900.00
4,700.00
Name of Securities
Symbol
Investment
Allocation
International Business Machines C
Exxon Mobil Corp.
Chevron Mobil Corp.
Procter and Gamble Co.
3M Co.
Total
IBM
XOM
CVX
P&G
MMM
16%
22%
10%
22%
30%
Dow Jones
DJIA
Approximate
Initial
Investment
$
$
$
$
$
$
1
BIO 113 Environmental Life Science (online) * Fall 2017 * NAME
Writing Assignment for Chapter 2
-Instructions:
This file is named Ch02_YYY_Z.doc. Download and save this file, changing the leading YYY to the first
three letters of your last name and the
Col C: = RAND( )* 100
Col D, cell D13: = INT (8*C13+1600) converts RN to a CFAT between $1600
and $2400.
Ten samples of i and CFAT for years 7-10 are shown below in columns B and D
of the spreadsheet.
5. Columns F, G and H give 3 CFAT sequences, for examp
19.10 (a) Determine several values of DM and DY and plot.
DM or DY
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
f(DM)
f(DY)
3.00
1.92
1.08
0.48
0.12
0.00
0.0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.0
f(DM) is a decreasing power curve and f(DY) is linear.
f(D)
f(DM)
3.0
f(DY)
2.0
1.0
0
.2
.4
20
.6
3. Use Goal Seek to find the breakeven values of P A for the three MARR values of 4%, 7%, and
10% per year.
For MARR = 4%, the Goal Seek screen is below. Breakeven values are:
MARR
4%
7
10
Breakeven P A _
$32,623
33,424
33,734
The P A breakeven value is n