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# Financial Modeling and Valuation Week V Notes BU.230.620.W4.SP16

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Crystal ball -- monte carlo; Matrix
COURSE
Financial Modeling and Valuation
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Dr. Ken Yook
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Class Notes
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Date Created: 04/14/16
Modeling  V Thursday,  April  14,  2016 09:04 1. Monte-­‐Carlo  (Crystal  Ball) Sensitivity  analysis:  What-­‐if  analysis;  scenario  analysis;  mon-tearlo Eg.  Simulation  example =Rand:  random  number  generator Fn+F9:  refresh NORM.INV(RAND(),MEAN,  SIGMA):  normal  distribution Run  100  times:   Cmd  +  shift  +  arrow  down:  select What-­‐if  Analysis-­  -­‐data  table  -­‐-­‐ column  input:  any  empty  cell Make  it  unchanged:  copy  &  paste  to  another  column Data  analysis:  descriptive  statistics --­‐inputs  &  summary;  histogram -­‐-­‐  inputs,  insert   graph eg.Direct  sampling Historical  simulation:   =vlookup,  \$\$,  false -   exact  match Crystal  ball  -­‐-­‐define  assumption  -­‐-­‐discrete  uniform,  max/min  -­‐-­‐crystal  copy -­‐  -­‐e define  forecast:  name  -­‐-­‐trials  -­‐-­‐start From  …  To  …:  certainty Eg.FitDistExercise Discrete  uniform-­‐  -­‐ Fit  -­‐-­‐range  -­‐-­‐accept  -­‐copy  &  p  -­‐define  forecast eg.Simulation  (project  valuation) Norm  &  Uniform Define  forecast -­‐-­‐ name:  left  column  default >0:  certainty eg.Simulation  (firm  valuation) PPT  9-­‐16 Normal:  mean  selected,  std.ev  10% -­‐-­‐Correlate  -­‐-­‐ add  assumptions >0:  certainty eg.Simulation  (firm  valuation) PPT  9-­‐16 Normal:  mean  selected,  std.ev  10% -­‐-­‐Correlate  -­‐-­‐ add  assumptions Log  normal:  no  negative  numbers Judgment:  to  change  important  variables  on  assumptions Intrinsic  value  per  share:  output  (define  forecast)   -­‐-­‐market  value  (undervalue  -­‐ certainty) View:  statistics Forecast:  open  sensitivity  chart  -­‐-­‐define  the  importance  of  variables Create  report  -­‐-­‐full  report NB.  Crystal  ball  recognize  only  hard  values Correlation  in  real  world For  exercise,  y1  only 2. Matrices Linear  algebra =transpose NB.  shift  +  ctrl  +  enter Paste  special:  transpose =mmult,  order  is  important =minverse Ctrl  +  1:  format HW:  submit  it  to  2  links!!

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