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## Week 5 Notes FIN 305

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# Week 5 Notes FIN 305 FIN 305

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Begin Ch 8
COURSE
Fundamentals of Finance
PROF.
John D. Hopkins
TYPE
Class Notes
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2
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Date Created: 09/23/16
Week 5 Notes for FIN 305 9/19 Review for Exam 1 9/21 Exam 1 9/23 Begin Chapter 8 Time Value of Money ­Money grows over time when it earns interest ­Money that is received in the future is less than money received today ­Debt to be paid in future is less burdensome then debt to be paid now ­Ceteris Paribas (everything else constant) ­More is better than less ­Now is better than later ­More now is better than less later *Simple Interest = Earn interest only on original investment *Compound Interest = Earn interest on original investment and on interest earned in prior periods TVM Compounds ­Always use compound returns ­BUT, if you take interest and consume it every year, you don’t earn a compound return *Before you begin, make sure your calculator is in 4 decimals ­2 , Format, 4 Enter *Also make sure calculator is cleared after every problem ­2 , Clear TVM Future Value of a Lump Sum ­FV = PV (1+ K) ^n FV = Future Value PV = Present Value PMT = Payments I/Y = Interest N = Years/Allotted Time *If N increases, FV increases *If I/Y increases, FV increases *If PV increases, FV increases Present Value of a Single Sum ­PV = FVn/(1+k)^n ­Present Value of a Lump Sum = Value today of an amount to be received or paid in the future *If N increases, PV decreases *If I/Y increases, PV decreases *If FV increases, PV increases Annuities ­Series of equal cash flows spaced evenly over time ­Ex: you pay your landlord an annuity since our rent is the same amount, paid on same day every  month for a year ­Must be equal and regular ­Equal amounts ­Occurring in each period ­Annuity Due – Beginning of Period ­Ordinary Annuity – End of Period

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