a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Stock A has an expected return of 6% and a 16% volatility. Stock B has an
The correlation coefficient between the returns of stock A and stock B is .3
WHAT IS THE EXPECTED RETURN OF THE PORTFOLIO WITH 25 PERCENT OF FUNDS IN STOCK A AN
THE B
Chapter 4
Example and Review question #1
Class, for the example given below, the numbers in yellow
were given to you as you can see in review question #1 on
page 146 in our book.
Immediately below the data, there are the formulas that
were used to find th
Chapter 4
Example and Review question #2
Class, for the example given below, the numbers in yellow
were given to you as you can see in review question #2 on
page 146 in our book.
Immediately below the data, there are the formulas that
were used to find th
Chapter 4
Example and Review question #4
Class, for the example given below, the numbers in yellow
were given to you as you can see in review question #4 on
page 147 in our book.
Immediately below the data, there are the formulas that
were used to find th
Chapter 4
Example and Review question #3
Class, for the example given below, the numbers in yellow
were given to you as you can see in review question #3 on
page 147 in our book.
Immediately below the data, there are the formulas that
were used to find th
Chapter 5
Example (Firm 1) and Review question #7
Class, please see the example given below for Firm 1, for
review question #7 that is on page 182 in our book.
Immediately below the data, there are the formulas that
were used to find the required numbers.
Chapter 5
Example (Period end 6/30/2014) and Review question #10
Class, please see the example given below for Year end
6/30/2014, for review question #10 that is on pages 184
and 185 in our book.
FOR EACH YEAR END, there is the WCR formula that was
used
Chapter 5
Example (Year 1) and Review question #9
Class, please see the example given below for Year end 1,
for review question #9 that is on pages 183 and 184 in our
book.
Immediately below the data, there is the WCR formula
that was used to find the WCR
Chapter 6
Review question #4
Class, please see the example given below for review
question #4 that is on page 222 in our book.
Please use the example as a guide and complete review
question #4 on page 222.
Please be sure to complete parts a, b, and c just
Chapter 6
Review question #10
Class, please see the example given below for review
question #10 that is on page 225 in our book.
Please use the example as a guide and complete review
question #10 on page 225.
Please be sure to complete parts a, b, and c j
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Accounting Review AGEC $424$ - Lab 1
Interest
In recent years students in AGEC 424 appear to come into the
class with less and less knowledge of the concepts of interest
income/expense, interest rates, and borrowing money.
When you are given an interest r
MM255 Business Math and Statistical Measures
Unit 8: Instructor Graded Assignment - Version 4
Business Graphs
Unit 8 focus on business graphs, which is covered in your reading of Chapter 7: Business
Statistics.
Note: In this Assignment you will have both
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Unit 1: Instructor Graded Assignment - Version 4
Basic Math
In this class, you will complete an Instructor Graded Assignment in Units 1 to 10. These
Assignments give you a chance to apply the skills you have learned as you complete each unit.
You will hav
1.
Unconscious assumptions are consumptions only recognized as such after
circumstances reveal they are false. Example: 1) Today is Friday. When actually it has been proven
that today is Sunday. 2) Betty seemed so trustworthy that Mary let her spend the n
1.
An industrialized economy consists of three sectors: consumption, production and government.
The consumption sector is made up of households buying and consuming products and services
that are created in the production sector. The government sector pro
In order to develop better leadership and management skills, my biggest mental model that I
need to overcome is developing a way to not get comfortable in any situation. I have a tendency to get
so comfortable at work with coworkers and management until s
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Timeline
NOW
1
2
Cash Flow
-$65,000
$16,250
$16,250
IRR
-13.11%
B1 is now and the following cells indicate the end of years 1 to 3
The formula in cell B3 is =IRR(B2:E2)
3
$16,250
Example 1
Solve for FV
Example 2
Solve for PV
Example 3
Solve for NPER
Example 4
Solve for RATE
NPER
10
RATE
3%
PMT
0
PV
200,000
5
12%
0
?
9.0065
1
8%
0
?
-$170,228
-1
?
517.0000%
0
-1
FV
?
-$268,783
300,000
2
6.17
Formulas
The formula in cell F3 is
=FV(C
Timeline
NOW
1
2
Growth rates
7%
7%
Cash flows in million
$80.00
$85.60
Discount rate
10%
Terminal value (TV5) in million
PV(CF1 to CF5) in million
$344
PV(TV5) in million
$958
PV(all CFs) in million
$1,302
B1 is now and the following cells indicate the e
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Ch. 2 Review Questions 1-10
1. 8.63%
2. 0.0617=(1+(APR/12)-1 APR=6%
3. A. $1*(1+0.03)*(1+0.05)*(1+0.06) = $1*(1.03)*(1.105)*(1.06) = $1.15 B. 4.66%
4. The 12,000 and 36 month payments of $400 would be the better deal.
5. This is a fair de
Managers should manage their firms resources with the objective of increasing the
firms value. This statement means that not everyone has a manager who actually cares about
their position let alone the company. With this being said this can sometimes be b
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1. Stock A E(R) 13% and 25% volatility. Stock B E(R) 9% and 30% volatility.
a. Degree of risk aversion - low tolerance for risk
b. Risk-seeker
c. 40% E(R) since it would be more than the risk of 30%
d. 5% since it would be less of a risk
Chapter 9
1. No it is not a ridiculous investment. If the investment brings a return at $17,000 we can earn a
high return more than 4%. After the calculations the return will be 18.76% instead of 4% and will
be a good deal.
2. The impact of inflation need
1.Firm 1
Liabilities, beginning of period= Assets, beginning of period- Owner equity, beginning of period=$1000$500= $500
Owners equity, end of period = (Revenues of the period - expenses of the period Dividends) Owners
equity, beginning of period = ($2,0
Chapter 10
1.a. The price of the bon expressed as a percentage of face value is 981.19/1000=98.119%
b. The yield of maturity of the bond is 4.995%=5%
c. The price of bond is 981.19
d.
e
f.If the YTM increases by 20 basis points the new rate 5.20% and the