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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Systematic Risk, Standard Deviation, Liquidity Risk

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Pure rate of interest: the rate of exchange between future consumption (future dollars) and current consumption (current dollars) This interest rate is
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Swot Analysis, Marketing Mix, Direct Marketing

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14 Nov 2012
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Market segmentation analyses: macro environment: steep analysis (sociocultural & demographic, technology, economic, ecology & Strengths (internal organ
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Balanced Scorecard

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14 Nov 2012
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Kpi: metric tied to a target - benchmark: industry-based best practice. Balanced scorecard: measures performance on a set of marketing metrics aligned
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

Fixed Cost Allocation.docx

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14 Nov 2012
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Fixed cost allocation: assign as many fixed costs as possible directly to a product or a service. Arbitrary allocation: assignment in proportion to an
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Operating Leverage, Fixed Cost, Cost Accounting

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14 Nov 2012
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Revenue direct variable costs = contribution margin. Contribution margin direct fixed costs = gross profit/ margin. Gross profit/ margin indirect fixed
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RYERSONMKT 300Cynthia MasonFall

MKT 300 Lecture Notes - Customer Retention, Gross Margin, Operating Leverage

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14 Nov 2012
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To maximize shareholder value by delivering profitable growth and building brand equity. Customer & market research, logistics, sales force, the trade,
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RYERSONMKT 300Cynthia MasonFall

DEFINITIONS.docx

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14 Nov 2012
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Creators: publish a blog, publish your own web pages, upload video you created, upload audio/ music your created, write articles or stories and post th
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RYERSONMKT 300Cynthia MasonFall

COMMON PITFALLS.docx

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Supply chain: a network of all the parties involved, directly or indirectly in the production, delivery and sale of a product or service to the custome
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Visible Minority

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14 Nov 2012
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Housing experiences of black africans in toronto"s rental market: a case study of. The housing experiences of two relatively recent african immigrant g
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Visible Minority

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14 Nov 2012
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Housing experiences of black africans in toronto"s rental market: a case study of. The housing experiences of two relatively recent african immigrant g
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Placemaking, Hybridity, Estonian House

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14 Nov 2012
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Strategic spatial essentialism: latin americans" real and imagined geography of. Latin americans in canada: 304,245 (2006 census) Latin americans in on
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Wine Cellar, Placemaking, Italian Canadians

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14 Nov 2012
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Italian Canadians, Placemaking, Wine Cellar

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14 Nov 2012
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The politics or urban space: modes of place-making by italians in toronto"s. Italians in toronto: urban ethnic collectivities" appropriation of particu
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Some Cities, Chain Migration

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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

Diversity and Immigrant Needs Lecture Notes.docx

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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Toronto Transit Commission, Northern Ontario

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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Chapter Notes -Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto Transit Commission, Urban Geography

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14 Nov 2012
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The toronto region sees two different but interrelated movements: The region is strategically situated at the crossroads of rail & roads networks that
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - United States House Committee On Oversight And Government Reform, Megacity

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11 Nov 2012
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The rise of targeting and the eclipse of social rights in. The amalgamation (collaboration) collapsed a two-tier system of local government into one me
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Brownfield Land, Toronto Pearson International Airport, New Urbanism

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11 Nov 2012
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More toronto, naturally but too strange for orangeville : de-universalizing new. Importance of managing suburban growth, while intensifying and redevel
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - New Urbanism, Transit City, The Province

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10 Nov 2012
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Reconnecting the disconnected: the politics of infrastructure in the in -between city. A growing awareness that governing and experiencing the fabric o
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Three Cities, Visible Minority, Cultural Capital

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10 Nov 2012
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The decline of the inner suburbs: north york, scarborough, and etobicoke. The response to urban crowding, industrial pollution, and a booming populatio
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RYERSONGEO 793Cynthia MasonFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Soil Conservation

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10 Nov 2012
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Toronto recommends for better farm practices, improved farm ponds, better soil conservation, more assistance for farmers, and the protection of wild li
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Lecture Notes - Observational Error, Stochastic Process, Perfect Competition

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10 Oct 2012
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Chapter 7: asset pricing models: capm and apt. The capital asset pricing model (capm) will allow you to determine the required return for any risky ass
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Efficient Frontier, Modern Portfolio Theory, Harry Markowitz

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10 Oct 2012
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One basic assumption of the portfolio theory is that investors want to maximize their returns from your total set of investments for a given level of r
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: S&P 500 Index, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Otc Markets Group

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10 Oct 2012
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Market: is the means through which buyers and sellers are brought together to aid in the transfer of goods and/or services. A market does not need to h
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: High-Yield Debt, Call Option, Commercial Paper

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10 Oct 2012
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Chapter 3: selecting investments in the global market. Your goal should be to build a balanced portfolio of investments with a relatively stable return
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fiduciary, United States Treasury Security, Tax Bracket

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10 Oct 2012
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The practice of investing funds and managing portfolios should focus primarily on managing risk rather than on managing returns. Asset allocation: the
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

FIN 521 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Standard Deviation, Systematic Risk, Liquidity Risk

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10 Oct 2012
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Pure rate of interest: the rate of exchange between future consumption (future dollars) and current consumption (current dollars) This interest rate is
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Dividend Discount Model, Retained Earnings, Cash Flow

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17 Jul 2012
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Fundamental analysis: examination of a firm"s accounting statements and other financial and economic information to assess the economic value of a comp
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Net Asset Value, Defined Contribution Plan, Investment Advisory

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17 Jul 2012
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Mutual funds are simply a means of combining or pooling the funds of a large group of investors. The buy and sell decisions for the resulting pool are
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: United States Treasury Security, Fixed Income, Preferred Stock

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17 Jul 2012
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Financial assets, such as bonds and stocks, are often called securities and financial instruments as well. Some pay interest implicitly and some pay it
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, Web Browser, Td Waterhouse

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17 Jul 2012
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Brokerage or trading accounts: open an account with a securities broker, such as scotia mcleod or td. Waterhouse if you have some money that you want t
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Toronto Stock Exchange, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Deviation

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17 Jul 2012
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Diversification is important because portfolios with many investments usually produce a more consistent and stable total return than portfolios with ju
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RYERSONFIN 501Edward BlinderSummer

FIN 501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dividend, Dividend Yield, The Dominion Bank

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17 Jul 2012
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Chapter 1: a brief history of risk and return. If you buy an asset of any type, your gain (or loss) from that investment is called the return on your i
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Home Insurance, Co-Insurance, Property Insurance

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17 Jul 2012
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Three basic levels of coverage for home insurance: basic coverage is a named perils policy- only those perils listed, such as fire, falling objects, an
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Liability Insurance, Disability Insurance, Vehicle Insurance

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17 Jul 2012
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Insurance operations have many facets that are unique to the insurance industry. Underwriting- the process of selecting and classifying applicants for
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Unemployment Insurance Act 1920, Unemployment Benefits, Disability Insurance

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17 Jul 2012
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Income protection is crucial for most workers during times of job loss, illness, or sickness because when someone cannot work, in addition to losing in
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Canada Health Act, Canada Pension Plan, Emmett Matthew Hall

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17 Jul 2012
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This chapter is the first of the three that addresses life and health risks. Health care plans for the provinces and territories. Retirement plans, whi
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Home Insurance, Liability Insurance, Risk Management Tools

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Provides a more comprehensive version of the coverage found in automobile and homeowners insurance, and is sold to businesses and other non-personal en
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RYERSONFIN 512Giulio IacobelliSummer

FIN 512 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Traffic Collision, Vehicle Insurance, Liability Insurance

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Quebec (for bodily injury only), b. c. , manitoba, and saskatchewan have a government-run auto insurance industry for the basic, mandatory coverage tha
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