FIN223 Tutorial Solutions Week 10
Chapter 12
DQ1.
Arguments for managed fund ownership:
Greater level of diversification
Professional management
Investment program established with a limited amount of capital
Access to investment services and convenience
FIN 223 Tutorial Solutions Week 4
Chapter 4 Return and Risk
Problems
P4.10. HPR = (Income over the period + Capital gains)/Beginning investment value
First investment: ($1 + $2)/$25 = 12%. Since this is a six-month investment, the
annualised return is two
FIN 223 Tutorial Solutions Week 4
Chapter 4 Return and Risk
Problems
P4.10. HPR (Income over the period Capital gains)/Beginning investment value
First investment: ($1 $2)/$25 12%. Since this is a six-month investment, the annualised
return is two times t
FIN 223 Tutorial solutions Week 5
Chapter 6
Problems
P6.2. Brokerage fees. The investor began with $20,000 and made $1,000 on his trade of shares.
This totals $21,000. His balance, however, is $20,900. Therefore, Item 4 should be:
Brokerage fees: $100
P6.
FIN 223 Tutorial solutions Week 5
Chapter 6
Problems
P6.2. Brokerage fees. The investor began with $20,000 and made $1,000 on his trade of
shares.
This totals $21,000. His balance, however, is $20,900. Therefore, Item 4 should be:
Brokerage fees: $100
P6.
FIN 223 Tutorial Solutions Week 13
Chapter 17
2. (a) Net operating income (NOI) = Gross rental income Vacancy and
collection losses Property operating expenses, including property taxes
and insurance
(1) Gross potential rental income
= $20,000
(2) Vacancy
FIN223 Investment Analysis
Major Assignment
Autumn 2015
Marking Criteria
Marking criteria will include:
Understanding of the assignment question.
Data collections and correct calculation.
Ability to interpret and analyse the calculation results.
Corre
ECON 133 Securities Markets FALL 2010, UCSC
HOMEWORK # 5 (Due Monday Nov. 8, BEGINNIG
OF CLASS)
1. CH.10.5 A zero-coupon bond with face value $1,000 and maturity of five years sells for
$746.22. What is its yield to maturity? What will happen to its yield
FIN 223 Tutorial Solutions Week 3
Chapter 2
Securities Markets and Transactions
Problems
2.2.
(a)
The depreciated relative to the A$ as it takes more to buy one $; the exchange
rate per A$ was 1.574 one year ago ($1.00/0.6354 = 1.574 A$ per ). Today it is
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance
FIN 223: Investment Analysis
Subject Outline
6 credit points
Subject Information
Autumn, 2015
Wollongong
On Campus
Lecture Information:
Thursdays, 10:30 - 12:30, 20.2
Pre-requisites: ACCY221 or FIN221 or FIN251
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saw them Withom an br k Inance 50/6 of the purchase. She held the shares for exactly four months and
Shares paid $0 15 er
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Dividend-earnings model, IRR (yield), constant-growth dividend model:
Problem 8.11: Assume youve generated the following information about the shares of Buffords Burger Barns:
the companys latest dividends of $4 a s
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FIN223 Tutorial Solutions Week 8
Chapter 9
DQ 9.2
Several of the key assumptions about investor behaviour that serve as a basis for behavioural finance
are given below.
(a) Loss aversion is the tendency for individuals to dislike losses more than they lik
FIN223 Tutorial Solutions Week 9
Chapter 10
10.4. (a)
Coupon
Beginning of year
End of year
7.50%
7.50
Interest
$75.00
75.00
Market Price
Current Yield
= 8.82%
$850.00
$75
$850
$962.50
$75
$962.50
= 7.79%
As the price of the bond went up, the current yield
FIN 223 Tutorial solutions Week 12
Problems
P15.1.
Jeff gained $8.25 per tonne on one wheat contract (50
tonnes). Thus, his total profit is:
$8.25 x 50 = $412.50
His return on invested capital, therefore, is:
Return on invested capital ($180.50 x 50) - ($
Original purchase price of the
$4.85
share
Current market price of the share 7.50
Market price of the three-month
0.25
put
(a) Share price drops to $6 three months later
Value of the put: 7.50 $6 $1.50
$
Profit:
6000 shares ($6 $4.85)
Value of six puts (6
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FIN 223: Investment Analysis
Subject Information
Semester Two, 2016
Offshore Campus
(INTI International College Subang)
Lecture Information:
2 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial
Pre-requisites: ACCY221 or FIN221 or FIN251 or FIN241 or FIN222 or FIN252
Co-requ
1.2 Financial Ratios Analysis is a tool for making complex investment and credit decisions. There are clas
MAGNUM BERHAD
1.2.1 Profitability Ratios: measures how successful the company is at creating profits
2011
a) Net Profit Margin
= Net profit after ta
1.1. Briefly describe the background of the company provided in not more than
two pages.
Magnum Berhad
Magnum
Berhad
(24217-M)
(Magnum
or
Company) is the holdi Magnum Berhad (24217-M)
(Magnum or Company) is the holding company for
the Magnum Group of Comp
Analysis Thai Beverage Pcl (September 2016).
This section will summarize and analysis the data of financial statements which
calculate by the annual report of Thai Beverage Pcl, and provides some simple
explanation of this company's performance to ensure
FIN 223 Group Project
Thai Beverage Public
Company Limited
Group member:
Wang Wei (5370322)
Yan Yihao (5418847)
Zhou Yejian (5410976)
Pi Mingmei (5419062)
Introduction
Thai Beverage PCL
Thai Beverage PCL established since 2003 . By founder Charoen Sirivad