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FINC2012 Mid Semester Notes

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- lecture notes from weeks 1 to 4! - only mid semester content, not for finals!!

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Finance Money Economy Capital budgeting Corporate finance Mathematical finance Options Investment Net present value Call option Present value Valuation
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Finance Money Economy Capital budgeting Corporate finance Mathematical finance Options Investment Net present value Call option Present value Valuation
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ying the Net Present Value Rule • Example - IM&C Fertilizer Project • Using the NPV Rule to Choose among Projects • The Investment Timing Problem • The Choice between Long- and Short-Lived Equipment • When to Replace an Old Machine Applying NPV rule Rule 1: Only Cash Flow Is Relevant • Capital Expenses • Record capital expenditures when they occur • To determine cash flow from income, add back depreciation and subtract capital expenditure • Working Capital • Difference between company’s short-term assets and liabilities What To Discount Rule 2: Estimate Cash Flows on an Incremental Basis • Remember to include taxes • Do not confuse average with incremental payoffs • Include all incidental effects • Forecast sales today and recognize after-sales cash flows to come later • Include opportunity costs • Forget sunk costs • Beware of a...
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