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Included are two documents.
The first covers the syllabus information and other helpful information about the class that Dr. Moore spoke about. Some was not directly covered in the syllabus, so it's helpful to have on hand.
The second is the chapter 1 notes we covered in class. It has some anecdotes he mentioned that weren't written on the slides - some definitions and other helpful hints.
exam 1 study guide
Finance Test #4 CHAPTER 10 4/18/17 The Cost of Capital • To evaluate a potential project, we need: • Estimates of incremental cash flows • A discount rate On the discount rate: o This discount rate, Reflects the cost of financing and the risk of the firm Often referred to as the “cost of capital” Reflect all sources of financing available to the firm Represents a cost to the manager Cost
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3320 CHAPTER 1 What is Finance? -The study of how people and business evaluate investment and raise capital to fund them -DO I take on a project? Do I do this or not? -3 questions -What dos the firms need money for how to get it and how to manage it -What does a firm need money for? -Expand or invest -Where do you get the money? -Borrow (debt) -Share the company (shares of stoc
Financial Management Test #2 CHAPTER 5: Part 1 A Simple Offer • Would you rather have… • $1,000 right now? • Or $1,000 one year from today? • Why? • What about $1,001 in a year? Or maybe $1,002? • Time value: value of waiting • 1,000 dollars today is not the same as 1,000 in a year Potential Projects • Each project requires an upfront investment of $5,000 • Project 1: Returns $5,000 in 2 years • Pr
CHAPTER 7 Want to Make a Trade? • Imagine I plan want to borrow some money from you today
FIN 5320- Financial Management Concepts- Dr
This study guide covers what will be on our first exam.
This content will be on our exam.
Notes cover what will be on next exam
Chapter 1 notes