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YORKADMS 3541Chris RobinsonWinter

ADMS 3541 Lecture Notes - Tax Rate, Recreation Room, Bobby Rich

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Question 1 (20 marks, 4 marks each part) The following parts of the question are unrelated: (a)fred heath wants to borrow for 20 days from the friendl
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YORKADMS 3541Chris RobinsonWinter

ADMS 3541 Lecture Notes - Lehman Family, Mastercard, Mutual Fund

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2 Apr 2013
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The lehmans seem to have a pretty good financial status with a net worth of ,500 and ,500 in cash to spend. Over the years, theyve also managed to take
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Bull Spread, Call Option, Arbitrage

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2 Apr 2013
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Bull Spread, Risk-Free Interest Rate, Alphabet Inc.

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2 Apr 2013
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You must sign and submit the standard cover page supplied as the last page of this assignment. Staple your assignment prior to handing it in. This assi
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Risk-Free Interest Rate, Convenience Yield, Spot Contract

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2 Apr 2013
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Futures Exchange, S&P 500 Index, Dividend Yield

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2 Apr 2013
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You must sign and submit the standard cover page supplied as the last page of this assignment. Staple your assignment prior to handing it in. This assi
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Growth Investing, Cash Flow, Corporate Bond

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2 Apr 2013
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Risk-Free Interest Rate, Option Style, Call Option

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2 Apr 2013
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S0 = 50, k = 52, r = 5% t = 2y , m = 2, t= 1 y, u = 1. 2 ,, d = 0. 8. The payoff for a put is k st , or 0. Put = [ p2 x fuu + 2p(1-p)fud + (1-p)2 fdd]
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2, Arbitrage, Risk Neutral

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2 Apr 2013
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Note: all black lines are initial positions, all red lines are the second step. S = 100, k = 100 div = 4 (time = 0. 5) r = 4% t = 1 cmkt = 40, pmkt = 2
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Bear Spread, Bull Spread

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2 Apr 2013
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It is however no longer available and cannot be done in the present market due to taxable advantage. 40 2x20 + 40 + 2 ( , 0) e. g. max( 660 a3 , 0) Any
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Arbitrage, Option Style, Covered Call

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2 Apr 2013
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Put call parity c + ke-rt = p + s0. S0 = 200, k = 180 r = 4% t = 1 year c = 40: what is p. We get p = c + ke-rt + s0. P = 12. 94: assume pmkt = 20, now
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Durable Good, Business Cycle, Money Supply

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4 Mar 2013
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In economic market, for leading indicators, we look at shipping, stock market. We also look at money supply, interest rates and inflation. For instance
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Option Style, Risk-Free Interest Rate, S&P 500 Index

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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Risk Premium, Fiscal Policy, Money Supply

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11 Feb 2013
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Economic analysis: global / macroeconomic factors, we"re looking at asset allocation and global allocation. We would overweight or underweight classes
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Asset Management, Investment Strategy, Wealth Management

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11 Feb 2013
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Private management and advisory firms : investment firms: clients pay fees for uniquely/ customised investment advice. Each person"s money is invested
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Asset Allocation, Feedback, Life Insurance

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11 Feb 2013
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Note: present value is equal to sum of future cash flows discounted. Etfs ( exchange traded funds): before etfs, we had adrs which are american deposit
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Asset Allocation, Feedback, Life Insurance

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11 Feb 2013
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Note: present value is equal to sum of future cash flows discounted. Etfs ( exchange traded funds): before etfs, we had adrs which are american deposit
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Spot Contract, Arbitrage, Risk-Free Interest Rate

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11 Feb 2013
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Convenience Yield, Futures Exchange, Arbitrage

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11 Feb 2013
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Arbitrage, Net Profit, Short Squeeze

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11 Feb 2013
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Investment Strategy

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24 Jan 2013
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Private management and advisory firms : pay fees for uniquely/ customised investment advice. Each person"s money is invested into unique accounts. Inve
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Growth Stock, Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Arbitrage

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24 Jan 2013
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For an average portfolio, managers are looking at 8% return. Assumptions : efficient investors , risk free rate, homogenous expectation, ,fractional ho
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YORKADMS 4503Nabil TahaniWinter

ADMS 4503 Lecture Notes - Dividend Yield, Risk-Free Interest Rate, Forward Contract

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23 Jan 2013
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YORKADMS 3541Chris RobinsonWinter

ADMS 3541 Lecture Notes - Pension, Debt Management Plan, Human Capital

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23 Jan 2013
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Continuation : chapter 3: c, 80,000 for house that requires downpayment of 100,000 in 5 years. Answer: b: answer, a, constant growth annuity : none of
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YORKADMS 3541Chris RobinsonWinter

ADMS 3541 Lecture Notes - Cash Flow, Multiple Choice

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15 Jan 2013
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Multiple choice chapter 2: calculate ear for each. { 1 + 0. 0685/2} ^ 2 1 = 6. 6973: a. 9750: pmt = 2000, n = 5, i = 6, cpt pv = 8424. 73 or pva = 2000
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YORKADMS 4501Lois KingWinter

ADMS 4501 Lecture Notes - Risk-Free Interest Rate, Warren Buffett, Alternative Investment

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10 Jan 2013
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YORKADMS 3541Chris RobinsonWinter

ADMS 3541 Lecture Notes - Blood Diamond, Discount Window, Investment

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10 Jan 2013
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YORKADMS 3531seldrimFall

ADMS 3531 Lecture Notes - Stock Dilution, Bid Price, Growth Investing

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23 Dec 2012
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A stock or share represents ownership in a piece of a company. The stock price of a company is the current market price of a single stock in that compa
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YORKADMS 3531seldrimFall

ADMS 3531 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nominal Interest Rate, Spot Contract, Capital Asset Pricing Model

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23 Dec 2012
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YORKADMS 4900You- Ta ChuangFall

ADMS 4900 Lecture Notes - Strategic Alliance, Vertical Integration, Joint Venture

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23 Dec 2012
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Relatedness: similar markets, related core competence (e. g. mcdonalds coffee) Synergy creation is a form of value creation economies of scope. Economi
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YORKADMS 4900You- Ta ChuangFall

ADMS 4900 Lecture Notes - Product Differentiation, Cost Leadership

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23 Dec 2012
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When firms diversify into different markets, their diversification create multiple market contacts with other firms, which lead to multi-market competi
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YORKADMS 4900You- Ta ChuangFall

ADMS 4900 Lecture Notes - Cost Leadership, Profit Margin, Learning Curve

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23 Dec 2012
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In most cases, firms compete for profit margin, you don"t want negative profit margin. To increase price you need to increase value (product differenti
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Enterprise Risk Management, Learning Curve, Coq

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23 Dec 2012
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Balanced Scorecard, Critical Success Factor, Cost Leadership

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23 Dec 2012
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Strategy: how to create value for customers while differentiating from others; open & flexible arises from a deliberate, rational, reflective process.
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Gross Margin, Cost Leadership, Financial Statement

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23 Dec 2012
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Goal: choose the cost allocation method that bet reflects how thte costs actually flow throughout a real economic process. Joint costs: costs of a prod
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Cost Driver, Cost Accounting, Fixed Cost

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23 Dec 2012
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Support department cost allocation is treated separately in part because most period costs are excluded from inventoriable costs by accounting standard
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Cross-Functional Team, Target Costing, Value Engineering

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23 Dec 2012
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Pricing decisions, product profitability decisions, and cost management. Influences of costs vary among products, and pricing decisions differ greatly
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Marginal Cost, Tax Bracket, Fixed Cost

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23 Dec 2012
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A good decision process includes a post implementation assessment and explanation of the key causes of variance. Decisions are made based on forecasted
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Cost Driver, Cost Accounting, Cost Estimate

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23 Dec 2012
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Direct cost: control is easy, straightforward due to observable cause effect relationship. Indirect cost: benefit shared unequally among different prod
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YORKADMS 3510Jamison AldcornFall

ADMS 3510 Lecture Notes - Capacity Management, Fixed Cost, Total Absorption Costing

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23 Dec 2012
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Capacity choice -> denominator level -> price and cost. Denominator levels: a complex decision w/ complex effects. Supply level constraints: theoretica
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