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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Inverse Relation, Expected Return, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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**converting 3 month return to an annual return example**: (1+3 month rate)1/3 1: converting it to a monthly rate first (1+1 month rate)12 1. If intere
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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Discounted Cash Flow, Payback Period, Washing Machine

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ECON 2560 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 – Econ 2560

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Stocks and stock markets: common stock/common equity/common shares, ownership shares in a corporation, primary market, market for the sale of new secur
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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Discount Window, Risk-Free Interest Rate, Opportunity Cost

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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Capital Cost Allowance, Capital Budgeting, Operating Cash Flow

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Using discounted cash flow analysis to make investment decisions: Discount incremental cash flows: proje(cid:272)t"s pv depe(cid:374)ds o(cid:374) e(ci
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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Franco Modigliani, Merton Miller, Capital Structure

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Investors can trade with no restrictions and can borrow or lend on same terms as firm: market value of a company does not depend on its capital structu
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ECON 2560 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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Bonds: securities that obligate the issuer to make specified payments to the bondholder. Face value: payment at the maturity of the bond (also called p
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ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Cash Flow, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Capital Asset Pricing Model

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Investors required return on business (company cost of capital) = investors required return on portfolio: the company cost of capital is jut the weight
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