Ref.fi.515.de.1006

Advertisement: Interested in tutoring assistance? Contact tutoringservices1000@gmail.com.

Introductory Materials

Introduction (2:53 min:sec)

Click here if you are experiencing technical difficulties running multimedia presentations


Suggestions on Studying from John Durham PhD (1980)

Making Things Memorable (Effective Studying Approach by David Myers) (5:14)


Financial Management Overview; Financial Statements, Cash Flows and Taxes

Corporate Tax Liability Calculation (3:35)

Calculating Retained Earnings (P2-6 13e (image only)

Determining Debt and Interest Rate Coverage (Berk P2-33 3e) - Image Only

Calculating EBITDA, Net Income and Share Price (Berk 2-11 3e) (7:22)

Free Cash Flow - Net Debt Repayments from FCF (13e P2-12 Part f) - Image Only

Personal After-Tax Yield - Corporate versus Muni Bonds (12e P3-2) (2:53)

Corporate Tax Liability (P3-7 12e) (6:14)

Corporate After-Tax Yield (P3-9 12e) (3:29)

Analysis of Financial Statements; Time Value of Money

Horizontal Analysis (4:19)

Horizontal and Vertical Analysis (15:50)

Financial Ratios (15:50)

Common-Sized Financial Statements (8:53)

Times-Interest-Earned Ratio (TIE) (3:48)

EBITDA / Interest Coverage Ratio (P2-33 Corp. Finance 3e) (6:08)

Profitability Ratio - Computation and Interpretation (4:41)

Ratios, Common-Sized and Trend Statements (6:34)

Present Value Example (3:53)

Future Value of a Lump-Sum Amount (0:56)

Excel's Rate Function Example (3:35)

Future Value of an Uneven Stream of Payments (6:42)

Present Value, Uneven Cash Flow Stream (3:46)

Present Value - Lump-Sum Amount or Stream of Payments (2:01)

Present Value of an Annuity (2:17)

Calculating the Value of an Annuity (Self-Quiz Answer) (image)

Determining Payment Amount - With Both PV and FV (3:24)

Calculating a Mortgage Payment Amount and Balloon Payment (Berke 3e 2-36, 2-37) (5:51)

Present value of 13 Years of Private School (Berke 3e) (4:08)

Present value with changing rates each year (Berke 3e) (3:15)


Bonds and Interest; Risk, Return and CAPM

Bond Valuation (P6-1 11e) (5:06)

Calculate the Present Value of a Bond with Semiannual or Quarterly Interest Payments (1:26)

Bond Valuation - Yield to Maturity (YTM) (P6-2 11e) (4:44)

Bond Valuation - Yield to Date (YTD) - Explanation Why N Changes (0:45)

Bond Yield to Maturity (YTM) and Yield to Call (YTC) (P5-8 12e) (7:48)

Bond Yield To Maturity (P5-10 12e) (6:29)

Bond Yield to Maturity and Current Yield (P5-13 13e) (3:37)

Calculating the yield of a coupon bond (4:41)

Bond Dividend Yield Using Excel's Goal Seek Function (4:39)

Bond Yield to Maturity with Sinking Fund (9:04)

Financial Leverage Example, Ignoring Taxes (8:11)

Financial Leverage Example (Quick) - Ignoring Taxes (3:34)

Beta and Security Market Line (SML) (P5-1 11e) (11:36)

Required Rate of Return - Security Market Line (P6-6 12e) (3:25)


Stock Valuation; Weighted-Average Cost of Capital

Beta (P7-1 12e) (2:27)

Characteristic Line (CAPM) (P7-8 12e) (8:37)

Computing the Equity Cost of Capital Using the CAPM Equation (Security Market Line) for UPS (image only)

Using Excel to Determine Beta Coefficents, Etc. (P7-7 12e) (7:01)

Beta and SML Demo (P7-7 12e) (11:39)

Finding Required Rate of Return Using CAPM (3:15)

How to find expected market return (Portfolio Beta and Capital Pricing Model) (7:32)

Stock Valuation - Constant Growth (P7-9 11e - similar to P8-9 12e) (2:29)

Stock Valuation - Constant Growth Model (image only)

Stock Valuation - Rock Monster - Constant Growth Model (2:29)

Stock Valuation - Non-constant stock Growth Valuation (hints for solving P7-5 13e (image only)

Stock Valuation - Supernormal Growth (8:02)

Stock Valuation - Supernormal Growth and Normal Growth Colgate-Palmolive (7:56)

Return on Common Stock (P8-14 12e) (4:41)

New required rate of return (image only)

Expected Return - Discrete Distribution (P6-4 12e) (4:48)

Beta, Risk Free Rate of Return (Question) (1:15)

Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) (6:18)

Weighted Average Cost of Capital (Similar to P18-5) (7:51)

Calculating Expected Returns and Volatility:  Explanation of probability terms (image only)

Calculating an Annualized Rate of Return (Microsoft 2004 Example) (7:36)

WACC Estimation (P9-15 13e) (4:20)

After-Tax Cost of Debt (P10-9 12e) (3:24)

Calculating After-Tax Cost of Debt (image only)

Cost of Equity (P10-11 12e) (7:45)

Cost of Equity (image only)


Capital Budgeting, Evaluating Cash Flows; Cash Flow Estimation

Net Present Value (NPV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR) (9:46)

NPV, IRR and Maximum IRR Deviation (5:38)

Determining Relevant Costs - Net Present Value (5:18)

Determining Year 1 Operating Cash Flow (image only)

Operating Cash Flows (1:50)

Calculating Project Cash Flows (2:19)

Operating Cash Flows - Penn Tennis Balls (5:19)

Determining Cash Flows when there is a Net Loss (image)

New Product Introduction: Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return and Payback (16:16)

Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) (P11-13 12e) (8:33)

Payback and Net Present Value (3:00)

Hints to Solve 7-21: Deciding between mutually-exclusive perpetuity investments (image only)

Crossover Rates, NPV and IRR (2:25)

Capital Budgeting:  NPV, IRR and MIRR (P11-8 12e) (4:45)

Capital Budgeting Methods (P11-10 12e) (6:56)

Determining Operating Cash Flows - First Year (Self-Quiz Q.) (2:34)

Net Salvage Value (P12-3 12e) (3:53)

Project Evaluation (NPV, IRR, MIRR, Payback) (7:27)

Project Analysis  (NPV, IRR,Payback) (7:16)

Payback, Accounting Rate of Return and Net Present Value (17:35)


Financial Planning, Forecasting Financial Statements; Corporate Valuation and Governance

Projecting outstanding debt, interest expense and the interest tax shield (Pearson P19-3) (image only)

Additional Funds Needed (AFN) Formula (P14-1 12e) (7:49)

Intrinsic Value Per Share (2:36)

Expected Return on Invested Capital and Market Value Added (2:29)

Value of Operations (P15-2 12e) (3:34)

Horizon Value (P15-3 12e) (3:12)

Value of Operations (P15-6 12e) (4:57)

Corporate Valuation (P15-7 12e, P15-4 11e) (8:26)

Chapter 16: Working Capital Management

Cash Budget (4:31)

Basic Cash Budget (12:03)

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) (P13-2 11e) (1:42)

Estimating Average Inventory (2:40)

Days Sales Outstanding and Average Inventory Turnover (P22-6 12e) (3:42)

Cash Management - Inventory Turnover (P22-1) (2:00)

Changing Payment Cycle (1:15)

Cash Conversion Cycle (3:48)

Cash Discount Plan (7:01)

Spontaneous Sources of Funds, Accruals (1:23) Opportunity Cost of Passing Up a Discount (3:17)
Freeing Up Cash - New Inventory System (image only)










Comments