# 'Expected cash flow' presentation slideshows

## The Value of Control

The Value of Control. Aswath Damodaran Home Page : www.damodaran.com E-Mail : adamodar@stern.nyu.edu. Stern School of Business. Why control matters…. When valuing a firm, the value of control is often a key factor is determining value. For instance,

By Anita
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## Explore the concepts of expectation, standard deviation, variance, and covariance

Explore the concepts of expectation, standard deviation, variance, and covariance. It is based on a lecture given by Professor Costis Maglaras at Columbia University. Inventory management problem. Variance Associates (VA) is a commercial aircraft leasing firm.

By miron
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## Nestl é Acquisition of Gerber

Nestl é Acquisition of Gerber. Jeff Hsu Joe Orvidas. Table of Contents. Nestlé Background Gerber Background Novartis Background Past Acquisitions The Deal Effects of Acquisition Future Expectations. Nestl é Background. Founder of Nestlé Henri Nestlé A Swiss Company

By elwyn
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## Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Risk and Managerial (Real) Options in Capital Budgeting. © Pearson Education Limited 2004 Fundamentals of Financial Management, 12/e Created by: Gregory A. Kuhlemeyer, Ph.D. Carroll College, Waukesha, WI. After studying Chapter 14, you should be able to:.

By reuel
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## CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN. THE VALUATION OF COMMON STOCK. CAPITALIZATION OF INCOME METHOD. THE INTRINSIC VALUE OF A STOCK represented by present value of the income stream. CAPITALIZATION OF INCOME METHOD. formula where C t = the expected cash flow t = time

By hester
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## Time value of money

Time value of money. Some important concepts. Today’s agenda. Review of what we have learned in the last lecture Continue to discuss the concept of the time value of money present value (PV) discount rate (r) net present value (NPV) Learn how to draw cash flows of projects

By rhona
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## Macro-Finance for Managers

Highlighting a Few Key Ideas and Issues. Macro-Finance for Managers. MF Basics: M&M Isn’t Just an Abstract Idea. M&M: Equity ≈ Debt For Corporate Finance: Value of firm projects (revenue, costs) matters a lot more than small differences in costs of funds

By phiala
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## Equity Instruments: Part I Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

Equity Instruments: Part I Discounted Cash Flow Valuation. B40.3331 Aswath Damodaran. Discounted Cashflow Valuation: Basis for Approach. where CF t is the expected cash flow in period t, r is the discount rate appropriate given the riskiness of the cash flow and n is the life of the asset.

By hedia
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## Storyboard for

Financial instruments – Introduction to FRS 102 and transition issues. Storyboard for. …clear thinking. By completing this module you will be able to: List the key differences between FRS 102 and existing UK GAAP Explain how FRS 102 will affect your company

By herve
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## Session 2: DCF Valuation Laying the Foundation

Session 2: DCF Valuation Laying the Foundation. Aswath Damodaran. The essence of intrinsic value. In intrinsic valuation, you value an asset based upon its intrinsic characteristics.

By ramya
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## Economic Tools to Evaluate Culling Decisions for Breeding Cattle and Replacements

Economic Tools to Evaluate Culling Decisions for Breeding Cattle and Replacements . Overview. The extreme drought in South Texas in 2011 forced producers to make tough choices about how to handle their investments in breeding cattle.

By gerek
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## Insurer Solvency Assessment Towards a global framework

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By oliver
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## Chapter 6

Chapter 6. USING THE NET PRESENT VALUE RULE TO MAKE VALUE-CREATING INVESTMENT DECISIONS. Background. A good investment decision One that raises the current market value of the firm’s equity, thereby creating value for the firm’s owners Capital budgeting

By derora
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## Expected Present value - project A

YEAR. 0. 1. 2. SUM. Income. 0. 140. 200. 310. 480. 620. 350. 500. 720. Probability. 0.80. 0.15. 0.05. 0.10. 0.55. 0.35. 0.20. 0.70. 0.10. Expected income. 0. 21. 10. 31. 264. 217. 70. 350. 72. EXPECTED INCOME SUM. 31. 512. 492. 1 035. Cost. 765. 980.

By rowa
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## Option Pricing Approaches

Option Pricing Approaches. Valuation of options. Today’s plan. Review of what we have learned about options We first discuss a simple business ethics case. We discuss two ways of valuing options Binomial tree (two states) Simple idea Risk-neutral valuation

By linh
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## COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS / TUTORIALOUTLET DOT COM

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