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## CHAPTER 5 Fixed assets and depreciation

CHAPTER 5 Fixed assets and depreciation. Contents. Introduction Section 1 - General principles of asset valuation Section 2 – Specific asset valuation problems. Contents (cont.). General principles of asset valuation Expensing assets Straight-line depreciation Diminishing balance method

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## Asset Valuation

Asset Valuation. P.V. Viswanath Based on Damodaran’s Corporate Finance. Discounted Cashflow Valuation. where, n = life of the asset CF t = cashflow in period t r = discount rate reflecting the riskiness of the estimated cashflows. Two Measures of Discount Rates.

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## Asset Valuation

Asset Valuation. Inventories (HKSSAP 22) Valuation of Stock. Introduction. Hong Kong statement of Standard accounting Practice (2.122) – Inventories (i.e. Stock) is to prescribe the accounting treatment for inventories. Inventories. Inventories are assets:

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## Equity Asset valuation

Equity Asset valuation. Kevin C.H. Chiang. Free cash flow valuation. EAV, Chapter 4. Intrinsic value. A major task of fundamental analysis is about finding the present values of future expected (deterministic) cash flow streams.

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## Depreciation & Asset Valuation

Depreciation & Asset Valuation. 1.21.10. Depreciation. What is it? “Annual loss in value due to use, wear, tear, age, & technical obsolescence.” Business expense reducing annual profit Factor that determines value for depreciable assets

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## Stock Valuation Problems

Stock Valuation Problems. If you expect the dividend in one year to be \$ 2.25 and you expect it to grow at a constant rate each year of 5%, what do you believe the stock is worth assuming your RoR on the stock is 15.5?.

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## Bond Valuation Problems

Bond Valuation Problems. 3. Interpreting Bond Yields Suppose you buy a 9 percent coupon, 15-year bond today when it’s first issued. If interest rates suddenly rise to 15 percent, what happens to the value of your bond? Why? Answer: \$649.16. Bond Valuation Problems.

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## Stroke-Specific Problems

Stroke-Specific Problems. Addendum slides. Weakness. There was a time when spasticity/hypertonia was treated as a primary obstacle to motor function after stroke. Current evidence, however, suggests that weakness may be directly responsible for impaired motor function. Weakness includes

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