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Posted on 01-31-06 8:27 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I have questions if sombody can help that might help you too.... here is couple question here first to see how we can do? 1. Risk can be viewed as(In the terms of finance..) a. the degree of variability of return b. the standard deviation of the probability distribution of return c. the chance that return will be less than expected d. a value neutral concept e. all of the above 2. The security market line( in finance term) a. relates an individual security's return to the returns of other securities in the same industry. b. provides a picture of the risk-return tradeoff required by diversified investors c. has as its slope the beta of the security d. none of the above 3. A stock has an expected return of 10% and a variance of 25%. Its coefficient of variation is: a. 2.5 b. .4 c. .5 d. 2.0 4. The only component of the CAPM equation that relates specifically to a company is: a. bX b. kM c. kRF d. (kM - kRF) find the correct answer, i will find it as well
 
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Posted on 02-02-06 1:03 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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sir haru ko tuntion institue chain kanha hola....
 
Posted on 02-02-06 12:24 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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zhyapee, how are you doing friend ? i am just trying to practice . And i come to understand it is helpful to understand....u can also bring the question...that help to everybody and who knows better that will help to others.... now i have few other question here we will compare the answer later: 1. The net present value (NPV) method assumes that cash flows are reinvested at the: a. IRR b. Cost of Capital c. Average rate it pays investors d. Both b & c 2. A larger interest rate will reduce all of the following, except the: a. initial cash flow. b. net present value. c. present value of future cash outlays. d. profitability ind.ex. 3.According to one study done some time ago, more than 80% of small firms use the __________ method to evaluate capital projects. a. NPV b. IRR c. payback d. PI
 
Posted on 02-02-06 4:26 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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here we go 1. NPV assumes that cashflow are reinvested at the Cost of Capital which is the Average rate it pays investors. So answer is D. 2. A larger interest rate will reduce will not reduce initial Cashflow. So answer is A. 3. According to one study done some time ago, more than 80% of small firms use the PAYBACK method to evaluate capital projects. So Answe is C. Storm I think you were right on the component of CAPM that specifically relates to the company is (kM - kRF) . Km is the market risk premium of the particular Asset class, where as Beta is the I believe measure of by how much the Asset Class is riskier than the Industry.
 
Posted on 02-02-06 6:17 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks, that helped me lot For the question 1 i was just thinking about Average rate it pays investors. good... here couple others... if any body get chance... 1. which of the following is most correct? a. stand-alone projects with positive npv's should always be accepted. b. mutually exclusive projects with NPV's should always be accepted. c. Projects can be mutually exclusive even if they address totally different business issue. d. Both a and c are correct. e. ALL 2. A firm's cost of capital is: a. the cost of rising money to do a particular project b. the average return it pays it investors for the use of their money c. a cost a firm has to pay their shareholders. d. none 3. All other things being equal, what is the major impact that an increase in the expected inflation rate would be expected to have on the security market line? a. reduce its slope b. shift it down c. shift it up d.reduce required returns for investors in any individual asset
 
Posted on 02-02-06 6:50 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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here it is.. 1. stand alone project with +ve NPV should be accepted and Projects can be mutually exclusive even if they address totally different business issue. So, the answer is C. 2.A firm's cost of capital is: the average return it pays it investors for the use of their money. So B 3.All other things being equal, what is the major impact that an increase in the expected inflation rate would be expected to have on the security market line will SHIFT UP. so C.
 
Posted on 02-02-06 6:53 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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1. = D ...C was a typho G'night
 
Posted on 02-03-06 7:19 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Sombody help me on thisl please, 1. Bonds are referred to as non-amortizable debt, which means: a. interest is paid regularly during the term, usually semiannually whereas repayments of principal are annual b. interest is paid regularly during the term, usually semiannually, and repayments of principal are semiannual c. interest is paid regularly during the term, usually semiannually, whereas repayment of principal does not occur until the maturity date d. interest and principal are paid regularly during the term, usually annually 2. Which of the following risks do debt ratings specifically measure? a. Interest Rate Risk b. Maturity Risk c. Default Risk d. Both b & c e. All of the above 3. A call provision: a. Is exercised when interest rates are falling b. Increases risk to the bondholder c. Can be exercised any time after a bond is issued d. Both a & b e. All of the above 4. Although the maturity value of a bond is fixed, changes in current interest rates will: a. influence the amount of the semiannual coupon payment b. affect the bond's yield c. inversely affect the market price of the bond d. b and c 5. If current interest rates are higher than a bond's coupon rate, owners can: a. hold the bond until maturity, at which point its market value will equal its face value b. sell the bond at a premium, because investors are sensitive to price changes in bonds caused by increased interest rates c. sell the bond at a discount, because investors recognize that the lower the bond's price the higher is its yield d. a and c 6. Which of the following events tend to make it less likely that a company will call a bond? a. A reduction in forecast inflation rates. b. The company's bonds are downgraded by Moody's rating service. c. A significant lawsuit is filed against the company. d. Answers a. and b. are correct. e. Answers b. and c. are correct.
 
Posted on 02-03-06 12:29 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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here is what i got nepali_kancha. 1.c interest is paid regularly during the term, usually semiannually, whereas repayment of principal does not occur until the maturity date... 2.c, i think default risks do debt ratings specifically measure 3.d 4.d 5.d 6. concfused on this question i would say answer b
 
Posted on 02-03-06 1:17 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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here is couple problem i was confused to get exact IRR, may be method that i did wrong. 1. The projected cash flows for two mutually exclusive projects are as follows: Year : 0 Project A=($150,000) Project B= ($150,000) Year :1 Project A = 0 Project B = 50,000 Year :2 Project A = 0 Project B =50,000 Year :3 Project A = 0 Project B =50,000 Year :4 Project A= 0 Project B =50,000 Year :5 Project A =250,000 Project B=50,000 If the cost of capital is 10%, the decidedly more favorable project is: a. project B with an NPV of $39,539 and an IRR of 19.9% b. project A with an NPV of $5,230 and an IRR of 10.8% c. project A with an NPV of $39,539 and an IRR of 10.8% d. project B with an NPV of $5,230 and an IRR of 19.9% 2. The following projects are all characterized by a single initial cash outflow (the initial investment) followed by a series of cash inflows. Rank them based on profitability index. Project A Investment:$160,000 NPV: $30,000 Project B Investment: $120,000 NPV $15,000 Project C Investment:$110,000 NPV:$25,000 Project D Investment: $200,000 NPV: $40,000 a. A, C, B, D b. C, D, A, B c. D, A, C, B d. B, D, C, A
 
Posted on 02-03-06 1:17 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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here is couple problem i was confused to get exact IRR, may be method that i did wrong. 1. The projected cash flows for two mutually exclusive projects are as follows: Year : 0 Project A=($150,000) Project B= ($150,000) Year :1 Project A = 0 Project B = 50,000 Year :2 Project A = 0 Project B =50,000 Year :3 Project A = 0 Project B =50,000 Year :4 Project A= 0 Project B =50,000 Year :5 Project A =250,000 Project B=50,000 If the cost of capital is 10%, the decidedly more favorable project is: a. project B with an NPV of $39,539 and an IRR of 19.9% b. project A with an NPV of $5,230 and an IRR of 10.8% c. project A with an NPV of $39,539 and an IRR of 10.8% d. project B with an NPV of $5,230 and an IRR of 19.9% 2. The following projects are all characterized by a single initial cash outflow (the initial investment) followed by a series of cash inflows. Rank them based on profitability index. Project A Investment:$160,000 NPV: $30,000 Project B Investment: $120,000 NPV $15,000 Project C Investment:$110,000 NPV:$25,000 Project D Investment: $200,000 NPV: $40,000 a. A, C, B, D b. C, D, A, B c. D, A, C, B d. B, D, C, A
 
Posted on 02-03-06 2:11 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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you guys study this in MBA? No shit, man. It looks like so easy stuff. "Math Graduate Student" surprised to see one liner answers in a grad level classes
 
Posted on 02-03-06 4:33 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Storm.. 1. A 2. B exact NPV and IRR for project B are: $39,539.34 (NPV) and 19.8577 (IRR) NB: Pire good for you :o)
 
Posted on 02-04-06 7:25 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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wit's thanks, let me ask you for the question 2, how i understood is percentage of NPV in the investmet compare with other and rank, is that correct ?
 
Posted on 02-04-06 12:11 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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You are welcome..and right about # 2 Profitibility Index (PI) = NPV/Total Investment + 1 Project A = 30/160 + 1 = 1.1875 Project B = 15/120 + 1 = 1.125 Project C = 25/110 + 1 = 1.227 Project D = 40/200 + 1 = 1.20 note: if PI is < 1, then project's NPV will be negative.
 
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thanks, i am cleared now, i was just looking at the other way not by the book....... i got it.... Here is few others lets see. 1. What type of option is the right to purchase stock at a fixed price for a specified period? a. flexibility option b. financial option c. legal option d. timing option 2. The appropriate interest rate to use in capital budgeting is a. always the company's cost of capital b. is the company's cost of capital if the project's risk is about the same as the company's c. the cost of capital plus any additional risk premium required to compensate for the project's higher risk d. b and c 3. A company's cost of capital is the most appropriate discount rate to use when analyzing which type of project(s)? a. replacement projects b. expansion projects c. new venture projects d. replacement and expansion projects e. expansion and new venture projects 4. Multidivisional firms are often unable to obtain an appropriate surrogate for determining the beta of a division. An acceptable alternative technique is to develop a beta through the division's accounting records. This is accomplished by: a. regressing the division's projected return on equity against the return on a major company in a similar business b. regressing the division's accounting return on equity in previous years against the return on a major stock market index c. regressing the division's projected return on equity against the historic return on a major stock market index d. none of the above 5. When a similar company can't be found to use in estimating a divisional beta, the division's own records can sometimes be used instead. This method is called a. pure play b. CAPM c. accounting beta d. financial accounting
 
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1. B 2. D 3. A ( believing that rest of the projects reequire an indepth analysis) 4. B (If you ignore the subtle difference between ROE and ROA) if not D 5. C hope this helps
 
Posted on 02-04-06 7:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks again wit's, For the question 4, B is correct(that is what u got) where accounting beta method is accomplished by regressing historical values of division's return on equity against the return on a major stock market index. I will go over and if i find any thing i will bring it... Good night.
 
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Here is few question... 1. If a firm adopts a large proportion of above-average-risk projects that are not offset by below-average-risk projects a. its cost of capital will rise. b. its risk premium will decline. c. the risk-free rate will increase as more risk is added. d. none of the above 2. Which of the following is/are included in the list of drawbacks to using the Monte Carlo simulation for dealing with risk in capital budgeting? a. Cash flows still have to be estimated subjectively b. Individual cash flows generally don't behave independently. If one cash flow turns out to be less than expected, several other may behave the same way. c. Even after creating a distribution of probably outcomes, it is difficult to know exactly how to interpret the data. d. Both a. and c. are drawbacks. e. All of the above are drawbacks. 3. The probability of a path is the product of all the branch probabilities along it and is called a a. joint probability b. conditional probability c. basic probability d. none of the above 4. In calculating probabilities using a decision tree, which of the following is most correct? a. The probabilities emerging from any node must sum to 1. b. The ultimate probabilities assigned to each of the branches (looking at the right hand side of the tree) must sum to 1. c. The probability assigned to any given branch (looking at the right hand side of the tree) can be no greater than .5. d. Both a. and b. are correct. e. All of the above are correct. 5. A land option contract is considered what type of option? a.expansion option b. investment timing option c. flexibility option d. abandonment option
 
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KE HO STORM BRO HOMEWORK GARNE PHURSAD CHHAINA KI KASO? SAJHABASI LAI HW GARNA LAGAYERA AFU KAM MA BYASTA HOKI KASO?? I WISH I COULD TAKE A TIME READ YOUR STUFF. THE SEMESTER IS GOING CRAZY. IF I HAVE PROBLEM I WILL POST IT HERE TOO.
 
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purush bro, thanks for ur comment, you are welcome to bring the post...just think positive. And i see that you are looking for the job...i will let you know when i find something...
 



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