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MIS Week 2 Notes

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MIS Week 2 Notes MIS 111

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Week 2 Notes
Computers and the Internetworked Society
Dr. William Neumann
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Date Created: 10/03/16
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Introduction to Financial Markets MIS 111 • Financial Accounting • Score Keeping • Annual and Quarterly Reports • Managerial Accounting • Budgeting • Financial Analysis Short term solvency • Activity • Financial leverage • • Profitability • Value • ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES • Accounting items are classified into “accounts” according to their nature, translated into monetary units, and organized in statements • Assets=Liabilities+Equity • Assets: What the company owns • Liabilities and Equity: How the ownership of assets was financed • Accounting Value (or book value)=Equity= Assets-Liabilities • Marketing Value • =Share Price*Number of Common Shares Outstanding • The Balance Sheet • The Income Statement • Reports the economic results of a company over a time period 1 Wednesday, August 31, 2016 • It shows derivation of earnings or losses • Gross Margin =Gross Profit/Sales • Sales and Marketing • General and Administrative • Research and Development • Operating Income • Interest Income (expense) net • Cash Flow • Income accrual is not necessarily linked to cash transactions • Extra at the end of month • Balance Sheet • It is a financial snapshot of a company at a given point in time • 2 Friday, September 2, 2016 ABP-1 Business Financial Data MIS 111 - Stocks: • Provide a key instrument for holding personal wealth as well as a way to diversify • A way to obtain financing • Indicate the value of the companies • Role in the economy - Tell the market value Determines the allocation of resources • - Total assets are book value - High Stock market value helps gain resources • Every country has a stock market (exchange) and has a certain index • Financial mood ring - shifts in investor psychology may distort prices - Unjustifiable- price rises, mass enthusiasm creates bubbles • Bubbles are persistent and expanding gaps between actual stock Inevitably burst creating a crash • • Stock Basics - Signifies ownership in a corporation - Dividends are a portion of a company earnings, decided by a board of directors - Dividends aren't guaranteed • Investment Categories - Growth: Price appreciation - Income- Stable Dividends - Speculative- Potential for substantial price appreciation 1 Friday, September 2, 2016 - Cyclical- linked to general state of economy - Defensive- Hold their value when times are bad - Mid-Cap- smaller companies, $1-5billion - Small-Cap- less than $1billion • Values: - Chartists- can predict changes in stocks by looking at patterns - Behaviorists- Based on perceptions of investor psychology and behavior - Technical- detailed study of the fundamentals,analyzed by examining the firms financial statement • buys and sell what you know Technical Analysis • - Study supply and demand in a market in an attempt to determine the direction or trend - belief that important information about future stock price movements can be obtained by studying historical price movement - Financial Literacy • Deductions can be 35%+ of gross pay 2


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