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FINS3625 Notes

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Partial compiled notes from the textbook - Investment valuation : tools and techniques for determining the value of any asset

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Money Finance Economy Financial ratios Mathematical finance Wagering Market risk Financial markets Cost of capital Beta Financial risk Leverage
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Depreciation used for tax purposes is different from that of financial statements. 2) Current assets a. Accounts receivables – only issue is when firms have to recognise accounts receivables that are not collectible (allowance for bad debts – reserve) or alternatively recognise bad debts as they occur which may result in an overstatement of accounts receivable b. Cash – market value can deviate from book value due to interest rate movements c. Inventory – (FIFO, LIFO, WA), FIFO will result in the lowest estimate of COGS during periods of inflation 3) Investments (financial) and marketable securities a. Minority pa...
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