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Complete Course Notes (HD Student)

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Course notes that correspond with lecture content. Includes diagrams and relevant formulae. Edit: These notes cover week 1 through 7.

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Finance Cost of capital Valuation Business Financial ratio Accountancy Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Cash flow Fundamental analysis Capital Free cash flow Financial accounting
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Finance Cost of capital Valuation Business Financial ratio Accountancy Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Cash flow Fundamental analysis Capital Free cash flow Financial accounting
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Higher Free Cash Flows NPV = D/(re-g) CF is positively correlated to asset value, meaning an increase in CF leads to an increase in stock price (generally) ‘re’ is negatively correlated to Price/NPV 2. Increase in the multiple that an investor is willing to pay for the underlying business Price/Earnings Ratio or Price/Book Value Ratio P/E Ratio of 10x means $1 increase in earnings results in a $10 increase in the share price 3. Narrowing of the difference between the share price and the underlying business value (intrinsic/fundamental value) Assumed that over the long-run, t...
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