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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Risk-Free Interest Rate, Technical Analysis, High-Yield Debt

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Overconfidence people tend to overestimate the precision of their beliefs or forecasts and they tend to overestimate their abilities. Conservatism a co
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Covariance, Standard Deviation

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29 Mar 2016
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Market risk, systematic, nondiversifiable risk, risk common to the whole economy. Unique risk, firm specific risk, nonsystematic, diversifiable risk th
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NUECON 1116Pritchard RobertFall

ECON 1116 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Perfect Competition, Clayton Antitrust Act, Market Power

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28 Mar 2016
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NUFINA 3301Mark BernfeldSpring

FINA 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Net Present Value, Real Options Valuation, Stereo Skyline

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28 Mar 2016
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Passive investments: once the investment has been made, most investors have no influence over the cash flows that result. Real options: the right, but
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NUFINA 3301Mark BernfeldSpring

FINA 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Risk Management, Eurodollar, Call Option

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28 Mar 2016
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Risk is the possibility that our future earnings and free cash flows will be significantly lower than expected. Debt capacity: risk management can redu
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NUFINA 3301Mark BernfeldSpring

FINA 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Retained Earnings, Accounts Payable, Standard Deviation

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28 Mar 2016
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Refers to investor supplied funds: debt, preferred stock, common stock, and retained earnings, does not include accounts payable and accruals because t
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Data Mining, Systematic Risk, Dividend Yield

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22 Mar 2016
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A forecast about favorable future performance leads instead to favorable current performance as market participants all try to get in on the action bef
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dark Liquidity, Algorithmic Trading, Initial Public Offering

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22 Mar 2016
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Investment bankers are hired to manage the sale of new issues of equity to the market: this is called the primary market, trading of already issued equ
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Business Cycle, Pro Forma, Investment

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22 Mar 2016
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The purpose of fundamental analysis is to identify stocks that are mispriced relative to some measure of true value that can be derived from observable
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Market Sentiment, Trin, Technical Analysis

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22 Mar 2016
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The premise of behavioral finance is that conventional financial theory ignores how real people make decisions and that people make a difference: irrat
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Securitization, Money Market

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22 Mar 2016
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Real assets the land, buildings, and equipment, and knowledge that can be used to produce goods and services. The means by which people hold their clai
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

FINA 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Wilshire 5000, Common Stock, Salomon Brothers

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22 Mar 2016
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The money market is a subsector of the debt market and it consists of very short-term debt securities that are highly marketable. Treasury bills: most
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Outsourcing, Break Bulk Cargo, Reverse Logistics

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22 Mar 2016
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The role of logistics in supply chain management. Logistics management the part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the eff
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: G1 Phase, Customer Relationship Management, Lead Time

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22 Mar 2016
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Customer service management the design and execution of the processes that provide customers with products and services they desire. Hierarchy of organ
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Kaizen, Learning Curve, Maximum Capacity

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22 Mar 2016
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Process is a system of structured a activities that use resources to transform inputs into valuable outputs (cid:1) Process thinking is a way of viewin
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Global Trade Item Number, Capacity Utilization, Vendor-Managed Inventory

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22 Mar 2016
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Inventory is a supply of items held by a firm to meet demand: internal and external demand. Raw materials bought from suppliers used in production. Wor
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Customer Satisfaction, Aggregate Demand, Average Absolute Deviation

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22 Mar 2016
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The role that demand planning plays in operations. Predict too high of a demand and you lose money from: holding costs, lost wages paid to workers, los
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Customer Satisfaction, Triple Bottom Line, Asset Turnover

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22 Mar 2016
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Operations strategy is a set of competitive priorities coupled with supply chain structural and infrastructural design choices intended to create capab
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Takt Time, Job Shop, Mass Customization

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22 Mar 2016
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Design processes based on what kind of needs to be done. Categorizes processes into structures based on output volume and variety. Five process structu
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Anxiety, Bullwhip, Enterprise Resource Planning

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22 Mar 2016
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Integrated Operations, Supplier Relationship Management, Insourcing

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22 Mar 2016
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Supply management is the identification, acquisition, and management of inputs and supplier relationships that a firm needs to attain its strategic obj
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NUSCHM 2301Power MichaelSpring

SCHM 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Design For Six Sigma, Management System, Standard Deviation

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22 Mar 2016
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Product quality is a product"s fitness for consumption in terms of meeting customers needs and desires: fitness consumption is determined by both a pro
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Opportunity Cost

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22 Mar 2016
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Is future oriented: relevant costs be either fixed or variable, relevance is context sensitive, the most useful information is relevant and precise, ca
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Income Statement, Direct Labor Cost, Management Accounting

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22 Mar 2016
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Financial accounting focuses more on providing information to outside entities: while managerial focuses on providing information to internal users. Fi
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Mmix, Contribution Margin

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22 Mar 2016
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Break even point where profit equals zero. Computed using the equation method, contribution margin per unit method, or the contribution margin ratio me
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Target Costing, Activity-Based Costing, Cost Driver

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22 Mar 2016
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If manufacturing is labor intensive then a labor hour allocation rate could be used companywide. Automated manufacturing should use machine hours as th
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operating Leverage, Gross Margin, Fixed Cost

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22 Mar 2016
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Total fixed costs remain constant: fixed cost per unit decreases as volume increases. Per unit cost represents the minimum ticket prices required to co
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Budget, Pro Forma, Financial Statement

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22 Mar 2016
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03/30/2015 (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) Continuous budgeting always having a 12 month budgeting by adding additional months
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NUACCT 2301Dinan EdwardSpring

ACCT 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Indirect Costs, Cost Driver

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22 Mar 2016
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Accountants use cost accumulation to determine the cost of a particular object. Primary cost is the cost of the product (cid:1) Determining the costs o
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Retail, Belongingness, Social Movement

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22 Mar 2016
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: News, Product Placement, Digital Signage

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22 Mar 2016
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Product advertising the message focuses on a specific good or service most common. Advertising campaign is a coordinated comprehensive plan that carrie
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Walmart, Shoplifting, Luxurious

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22 Mar 2016
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Retailing is the final stop on the distribution path- the process by which organizations sell goods and services to consumers for their personal use (c
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Universal Product Code, Store Brand, Private Label

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22 Mar 2016
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Product management is the systematic and usually team based approach to coordinating all aspects of a product"s marketing initiative including all elem
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Shampoo, Marginal Revenue, Profit Margin

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22 Mar 2016
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Price is the assignment of value or the amount the consumer must exchange to receive the offering or product. Opportunity cost the value of something w
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Habitat, Walmart

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22 Mar 2016
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Marketing Mix, Pricing Strategies, Strategic Planning

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22 Mar 2016
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Define the products offering"s distinctive identity and purpose: what value does the product offer that competitors do not offer. Business planning is
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Business Analysis, Observability, Intelligent Agent

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22 Mar 2016
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Create a product that meets customer preferences. Create a product that has more value than what is available: and convince customers this is true. Mar
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Environmentalism, Psychographic, Consumerism

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22 Mar 2016
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Consumer behavior is the process individuals or groups go through to select purchase use and dispose of goods services ideas or experiences to satisfy
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Customer Relationship Management, Focus Group, Small Business

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22 Mar 2016
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A marketer begins by gathering information on the customers needs and wants. Customers insights fresh understandings of customers and the marketplace d
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NUMKTG 2201Motyka ScottSpring

MKTG 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Triple Bottom Line, Marketing Mix, Customer Relationship Management

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22 Mar 2016
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Marketing concept identifying consumer needs and meeting their needs while ensuring long term profitability. Need the difference between a consumers st
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