DeVrys total cash flows from operating, investing, and financing activities are $725,078 (in
thousands of dollars).
Percent from Operating activities = 34.4%
Percent from investing activities 53.7%
Percent from financing activities = 11.9%
As far as numbe
Our text explains that the effective rate is the annual rate that produces the same result as if we
had compounded at a given periodic rate m times per year. If the nominal annual rate is 10% and
it is compounded semiannually, the effective rate is 10.250
DeVry University prides itself on being the career university. This helps to set them apart from
their competitors while still maintaining competitive tuition rates. This ensures that their costs,
owners, and creditors are covered. DeVry strives to employ
I think DeVry like most other companies in the education field has a very strong tool that makes
them successful, they provide education. Not only do they hire skilled people and put them into
key positions but they have an array of opportunities at their
Synchronization of cash flows is when a firm manages their cash flows by planning to have
money come in as they will need to payout money. They use forecasting mechanisms to know
when they will need more cash on hand and plan accordingly. There are so man
Product delivery is the foundation for our business at my firm. The focus of the entire university
is on making our product (the degree programs) the most desirable for both students and
employers. Every department works either together or separately but
A company needs a stable working capital in order for creditors and investors to be inclined to do
business with that company. Since the creditors and investors will be primarily concerned with
getting paid, a companys ability to pay back their short term
Carrie:
It is just a suggestion, but I printed appendix c starting on page 1011 of our my scribe. Then I
notated which equations we used and if they needed to be solved for a different variable. I also
made a key that detailed the different symbols or abb
Homework Problems
Chapter 5: Questions 51and 52
Chapter 5: Problems 51 and 55
Chapter 6: Questions 61, 62 and 63
Chapter 6: Problems 63 and 64
Question
Answer
51
a. Bond a promissory note issued by a business or government unit.
Treasury bond B
DeVry FI515 200709 Week Four
Chapter 7: Problems 74 and 77
Chapter 8: Problems 82, 85 and 87
Problem:
Answer:
Expected return of a portfolio = WArA = (1WA)rB
=(.3)(.2) + (1.3)(.18)
=.036 + .126 = 0.162 or 16.2%
Standard Deviation of a portfolio equ
DeVry Inc. Annual Report 2009
Despite difficult economic times and the rising competitive pressure from community colleges,
traditional universities, and technical colleges, total revenues rose 33.9% reaching a record high
of $1461.5 million and a record
Here it the results pf my calculations. I would also appreciate any feedback as it may help us all
on our homework problems as well.
If the ultimate equation is debt ratio = 1(1/equity multiplier)
Then debt ratio = 1(1/2.4)
= 10.416666667
= 0.583333333
I found a site that really broke down and incorporated all the different financial ratios. Based on
the information I have read in our text and available from the source listed below, I believe that
the most important ratio in terms of competition for DeV
DeVrys EBITDA for 2009 = 234,833. Since 2007 this figure has continued to increase along
with the amounts paid out for taxes, dividends, and retained earnings. However, amount paid out
for interest has decrease sine 2007.
Interest = 2,775
Taxes = 71,739
D
The article listed below explains that increasing the discount rate will have a strong effect both
directly and indirectly on companies.
Increasing the discount rate may cause a series of events and factors that will influence both
individuals and busines
Week 1 Homework
11 a. A proprietorship, or sole proprietorship, is a business owned by one individual. A
partnership exists when two or more persons associate to conduct a business. In
contrast, a corporation is a legal entity created by a state. The cor
Week Seven Homework 200709
Chapter 22 Questions 222 and 224
Chapter 22 Problems 222 and 223
Question
Answer
1. Transactions
2. Compensation to banks for providing loans and services
No, a firm should want to have more cash on hand. The reason the tex
Week Six
Homework Questions, Problems and Solutions
Chapter 12 Questions 121 and 122
Chapter 12 Problems 122 and 123
Chapter 14 Question 141
Chapter 14 Problem 141
Question:
Answer:
121
a. Cash flow the cash a company has coming in or going out
Acc
DeVry FI515  200709
Week Five
Chapter 10: Question 101
Chapter 10: Problems 101, 107, 108 and 109
Chapter 11: Problems 119, 1110 and 1111
Question;
Answer:
Weighted Average cost of capital the weighted average of the after tax component costs
of
Section2 of the Sherman Act prohibits the acts of monopolization. In order to be considered in
violation of this section of the Sherman Act, there must be proof that market power exists in a
relevant market and that the power was abused intentionally or w
Here is what I found. Class please correct me if I am wrong
According to our text:
Initial investments include fixed assets plus initial investment
Annual project cash flows:
depreciation is added because it is a noncash expense
financing/interest is n
Apparently my previous post aligned with the wrong question. It should have been one above.
Sorry for the confusion.
According to the steps outlines by Delilah:
In financial planning one of the steps is to determine the funds needed for a 5 year plan. I w
I found an article that compares two companies stock approaches. The result is that assumption
that people may prefer one type of stock and therefore invest in a company simply because it is
easier to understand that anothers stock options. VMware basical
I see a trend here. I utilize my employee benefits which include 401K and employee stock
purchasing. There are portfolios that you can choose from that are tailored for your age range.
The younger you are the higher the expected rate of return but also th
2
Minimum risk portfolio equation: WA=B(BAB)/ +
2AB
2

Our text explains: if the equation results in a negative number that means that security A is sold short. If the equation results
in a value greater than 1, security B is sold short. In a short sal
Some examples of the different types of business investments are cash investments, real estate,
commodities, derivatives, mutual funds, debt securities, and stocks. I found a very interesting
article that gave some insight into the risk associated with ea
Positive Correlation A relationship between two variables that vary similarly. As one variable
increases so does the other.
Negative Correlation The opposite of a positive correlation. In this case the variables are
inversely related. As one increases, th