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## Introduction to Finance- Week 2 (Chapter 5&6)

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# Introduction to Finance- Week 2 (Chapter 5&6) Fin 301

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These are my class notes of week 2.
COURSE
Principles of Finance
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Dr. Tricia Robak
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finance, Drexel, intro to finance, Finance 301, notes
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Date Created: 01/11/16
Week 2 notes (Chapter 5 & beginning of 6 ) Time Value of Money “a dollar saved is a quarter earned”  Is all about interest  The value of money today may not be the same tomorrow or any point of time in the future o We have to accept this  Define the variables o P 0 Present Value (PV)/ Principal at time= 0 o P=tFuture Value (FV)/ Future sum at time=t   t is some point in time o n= number of compounding periods  compound interest:  interest of on interest* o i= interest rate   invest \$P for a year at i.  o How much will we have at the end of one year?  P 1 P 0+ P 0      =P0(1+i) o How much will we have at the end of the year?  P 2P +1   1i)  P =P (1+i)+ P  (1+i)(i) 2 0  2 0     =P0(1+i)  Exponential growth  In general: o P n P (0+i)  or FV= PV(1+i) n Future value of a lump sum  Invest \$25 for 5 years at i= 6% What is the value of our investment at the end of 5 years? 5 FV= 25 (1+ .06) = 33.46 It is negative the PV when entered in the calculator it thinks that you are taking it out (as an inflow) they are  opposites Various kind of interest: 1.  Annual Percentage Rate (APR)  The norminal or stated interest rate  What is given 2. Periodic Interest Rate (APR/m)   The rate per period (e.g day week month) m= # of compounding periods per year  Used in TVM calculation this is the rate it is talked about 3. Effective Annual Rate (EAR)  The true rate when compounding is considered o Example: Passbook Saving account advertises 8%/year compounded quarterly  APR­ type of interest rate o 1= 0.08/4= 0.02/quarter o P0=1.00 o P1Q 1(1.02)= 1.02 o P2Q 1(1.02)(1.02)= (1.02) 2 o P4Q 1(1.02)(1.02)= (1.02) 4  1.0824  EAR= (1+ APR/m)  – 1  o (1 + .08/4) – 1= 0.0824= 8.24% Two investing options: a. 21%, compounded semi­ annually b .20%, compounded daily (each scenario you have to calculate EAR)  When is each rate used: APR=   written into contracts, quoted by banks and brokers. Not used in calculations or shown on time lines unless  compounding is annual Periodic Rate=  used in calculations, shown on time lines.  EAR=  used to compare returns on different investments with different compounding pattern  Present Value of a Lump Sum:  Someone offers you 33.46 and promises to pay you in 5 years o What is that investment worth today if the interest rate is 6%? 5  PV= 33.46/(1+.06)  What if a bank account that offers 6%, compounded semi­annually. You want to accrue 33.46 in 5 years.  How much should you deposit today? 10  PV= 33.46/(1+.03) o 10 because it is semi­annually o 3% instead of 6% because of semi­annually  Choice of 2 gifts: o Getting 100 in year 1,2,3 and 250 at year 6 o Getting 325 in year 5 and 6 Annuity:  Something annual/ annual payment  Series of equal \$ amounts being paid or received at equal points in time. (regular intervals)  Ordinary annuities­ payments occur at the end of each period. Annuity begins one period prior to the first  payment.  o All the cash flows occur at the end of the period  Present value of an annuity  PV= R n(1+i)n  R[ (1+i) ­1/i(1+i) ] o Interest factor   PV you enter the same values except instead of FV you click payment­­ calculator  The payments occur at the end of the period  Future Value of an annuity n  R[ (1+i) ­1/i  Future value interest factor of an annuity  PMT= Payment  Present value of a perpetuity  Perpetuity is an annuity but instead of having an end period it has no end—infinitely   Example on notebook   As n goes bigger and bigger it then becomes 0  o Rewrite: PMT/I   Never runs out of money because of interest rate that every year applies

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