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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

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

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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 2201Sidi Boubker Drissi MessouakSpring

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cash Flow, Interest, Effective Interest Rate

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Time lines graphical representation used to show the timing of cash flows (cid:1) (cid:1) Note that each tick mark corresponds to both the end of one p
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NUFINA 2201Mazur JackWinter

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Callable Bond, Interest Rate Risk, Premium Bond

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A bond is a long term contract under which a borrower agrees to make payments of interest and principal on specific dates to the holders of the bond. T
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NUFINA 2201Mazur JackWinter

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chief Operating Officer, Limited Liability Company

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NUFINA 2201Ma LinlinFall

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Trend Analysis, Net Income, Asset Turnover

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Fina 2201 chapter 4: analysis of financial statements. Liquidity ratios: shows the firm"s ability to pay off debts that are maturing within a year. Ass
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NUFINA 2201Ma LinlinFall

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Net Present Value, Cash Flow, Interest

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Timeline: an important tool used in time value analysis; it is a graphical representation used to show the timing of cash flows. Future value (fv): the
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NUFINA 3303Gary PorterSpring

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

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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 2: Wilshire 5000, Common Stock, Salomon Brothers

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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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NUFINA 2201Sidi Boubker Drissi MessouakSpring

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Money Market Fund, Financial Intermediary, Financial Asset

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In a well function economy capital flows efficiently from those with surplus capital to those who need it. (cid:1) (cid:1) Direct transfers of money an
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NUFINA 2201Mkrtchyan AnahitSpring

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intangible Asset, Profit Margin, Asset

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Selling a security involves either borrowing or selling an equity interest (shares of stock) in the firm. Cash flow from assets = cash flow to creditor
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NUFINA 2201Mazur JackWinter

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Dividend, John Lintner, Dividend Policy

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Dividends versus capital gains: what do investors prefer? firm"s objective is to maximize shareholder value the target payout ratio defined as the perc
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NUFINA 2201Mazur JackWinter

FINA 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Preferred Stock, Retained Earnings, Marginal Cost

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Intro to real options passive investments once the investment has been made, most investors have no influence over the cash flows that result. 13-2 gro
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