Fin 486 UOP

The image Exhibit 4 will help answer the assignment question Attach is the worksheet to complete
Wk 1- Apply: Summative Assessment: Financial Statements
Refer to Exhibit 4 in Chapter 3 of your text to complete the following:Referring to Exhibit 4, compute the annual percentage change in net income per common share-diluted (second numerical line from the bottom) for 1998-1999, 1999-2000, and 2000-2001.
Also in Exhibit 4, compute net income/net revenue (sales) for each of the four years. Begin with 1998.
What is the major reason for the change in the answer for Question 2 between 2000 and 2001?To answer this question for each of the two years, take the ratio of the major income statement accounts to net revenues (sales).
Compute return on stockholders’ equity for 2000 and 2001 using data from Exhibits 4 and 5.
Analyze your results in Question 4 more completely by computing Ratios 1, 2a, 2b, and 3b for 2000 and 2001.Determine the main contributing factor to the change in return on stockholders’ equity between 2000 and 2001.Think in terms of DuPont system of analysis.
The average stock prices for each of the four years shown in in Exhibit 4 were as follows:
The book values per share for the same four years discussed in the preceding question were:
Date Range
Annual Percentage Change
1998-1999
1999-2000
2000-2001
Year
Net Income/Net Revenue
1998
1999
2000
2001
Reason for Change
Cost of sales
Research and development
Selling, general and administrative expense
Provision for income tax
Year
Return on Equity
2000
2001
Year
Average Stock Prices
Price Earnings (P/E)
1998
11 ¼
1999
16 ¾
2000
28 ½
2001
9 ½
Compute the price-earnings (P/E) ration for each year in the table above. (Take the stock price shown above and divide by net income per common stock-dilution from Exhibit 4)
Assess why the P/E changed from its 2000 level to its 2001 level.
Year
Book Values
Ratio of price to book value
1998
$1.18
1999
$1.55
2000
$2.29
2001
$3.26
Compute the ratio of price to book value for each year in the table above.
Assess whether there is any dramatic shift in the ratios worthy of note.

Principles of finance -The Cost of Capital

CHAPTER 13
1. In order to use a firm’s WACC to evaluate its future project’s cash flows, which of the following must hold?
A) The project will be financed with the same proportion of debt and equity as the firm.
B) The systematic risk of the project is the same as the overall systematic risk of the firm.
C) The project should have conventional cash flows.
D) Both A and B above
2. When estimating the cost of debt capital for a firm, we are primarily interested in
A) the coupon rate of the debt.
B) the cost of long-term debt.
C) the weighted average cost of capital.
D) None of the above
3. The beta for a firm can be estimated by
A) taking the weighted average of the beta for the individual projects of the firm.
B) adding up the betas of the individual projects of the firm.
C) taking the simple average of the beta for the individual projects of the firm.
D) None of the above
4. In order for a firm to estimate its cost of debt capital by observing the price of its debt instruments,
A) the beta of the debt must be greater than the beta of the firm’s equity.
B) the debt must be privately held by the firm.
C) the firm must depend on markets being reasonably efficient.
D) None of the above
5. The appropriate risk-free rate to use when calculating the cost of equity for a firm is
A) an equal mix of short-term and long-term Treasury rates.
B) a long-term Treasury rate.
C) a short-term Treasury rate.
D) None of the above
6. Turquoise Electronics, Inc. paid a dividend of $1.65 last year. If the firm’s growth in dividends is expected to be 11 percent next year and then zero thereafter, then what is its cost of equity capital if the price of its common shares is currently $26.88?
A)6.81%
B)13.57%
C)17.14%
D)17.81%.
7. A firm’s overall cost of capital is
A)less than its cost of debt.
B)best measured by the cost of capital of the riskiest projects that the firm is working on
C) a weighted average of the costs of capital for the collection of individual projects that the firm is working on.
D)None of the above
8. The value of the cash flows that the assets of a firm are expected to generate must equal
A)the value of the cash flows claimed by the equity investors.
B)the value of the cash flows claimed by the debt investors.
C)the value of the cash flows claimed by both the equity and debt investors.
D)the revenue produced by the firm.
9. TeleNyckel, Inc. has a beta of 1.6 and is trying to calculate its cost of equity capital. If the risk-free rate of return is 8 percent and the market risk premium is 5 percent, then what is the firm’s cost of equity capital if the firm’s marginal tax rate is 25 percent?A) 11.20%
B) 10.60%
C) 15.14%
D) 16.00%
10. RetRyder Hand Trucks has a preferred share issue outstanding that pays an annual dividend of $1.45 per year. The current cost of preferred equity for RetRyder is 9 percent. If RetRyder issues additional preferred shares that pay exactly the same dividend and the investment banker retains 6 percent of the sale price proceeds, what is the cost of new preferred shares for RetRyder?
A) 9.57%
B) 7.64%
C) 6.41%
D) 5.39%
11. Beckham Corporation has semiannual bonds outstanding with 14years to maturity and the bonds are currently priced at $766.83. If the bonds have a coupon rate of 7.8 percent, then what is the after-tax cost of debt for Beckham if its marginal tax rate is 30%? Round your intermediate calculation to two decimal places

Answer the questions attached

I have attached a word document with the question, so read the questions carefully and answer them clearly and detailed answers.
The authors of our two texts, Reilly, Brown, Leeds and Malkiel have stated that a prime task of portfolio management is to blend the various financial assets together to provide a portfolio that is best suited to meet the longer-term return goals of the investor at the least risk. With respect to Portfolio Management, Capital Market Theory and Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) answer the following questions:
1. Explain the concept of Markowitz Diversification. Be certain in your
answer to explain the basis for this diversification and identify what type
of risk is being diversified out of the portfolio.
2. Based on your answer in (1.) above answer the following questions:
How does the Naïve Diversification approach differ from the
How does the Simple Diversification approach differ from the
Markowitz Diversification approach?
Markowitz Diversification approach?
3. In developing the Markowitz Diversification Model, the Correlation Coefficient
(r) was very important. Explain what variables we are correlating and how we measure the benefits of portfolio diversification by using the Correlation Coefficient.
4. Define what is meant by the term Efficient Portfolio.
5. Graphically show the Efficient Frontier, Sharpe’s Capital Market Line
(CML), Portfolio M, a Borrowing Portfolio and a Lending Portfolio.
Also indicate where a timid risk averse investor would select a portfolio.
Be certain to label all relevant variables and parts of your graph.
6. In 5. above explain what we mean by Portfolio M, explain also a Borrowing Portfolio and a Lending Portfolio.
7. Explain the Investment Decision versus the Financing Decision for the investor.
8. More than 50 years have passed since the initial work was presented
by Harry Markowitz, the Father of Modern Portfolio Theory. Markowitz
developed the concept of the Efficient Frontier and more importantly this
led to the later work by Wm. Sharpe on the Capital Market Line (CML).
Specifically, briefly discuss how Sharpe’s theoretical ideas, as you have
shown graphically in (5.) above, have evolved into applications, as described by Dr. Malkiel to construct, manage, and adjust portfolio holdings in the real world.
9. Briefly describe Capital Market Theory and how it relates to Modern
Portfolio Theory (MPT).

Venture Capital and Private Equity with Financial Technology

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why you want to study Venture Capital and Private Equity with Financial Technology at graduate level

why you want to study Venture Capital and Private Equity with Financial Technology at UCL

what particularly attracts you to this programme

how your academic and professional background meets the demands of this programme

where you would like to go professionally with your degreeI also attached my information for PS writing, including my idea and CV, please do not copy-paste my original words/sentences, it’s just for your reference. Thank you.

Finance:A report to analyse Bonds, Stocks, Precious Metals, and Cryptocurrency.

One of your clients is an immigrant from Venezuela and he hit the Megamillions Jackpot, now he is thinking in investing. There are multiple options: Bonds, Stocks, Precious Metals, Cryptocurrency. You will write a professional report to instruct your client in the different options, you will include between 1 and 3 papers that explain the relations, if any, between the possible assets.

There are more requirements in the attachment.

Corporate Finacne

All of the work will be for the company AMAZON

slide 1 Long term Implications of Ratio Analysis

Synthesized and discussed some potential long-term problems with the information received from the ratios?

Slide 2 Immediate Implications of Peer Ratio Analysis

Synthesize and discuss what the ratios tell you immediately about the company and its top competitor.

Slide 3 LT Implications of Peer Ratio Analysis

Discussed and synthesized some potential long term problems with the information received from the ratios for the company and the top competitor. (THE TOP COMPETITOR IS WALMART)

Slide 4 Stock Analysis 

How does the change in stock price reflect the changes over the last year that have occurred in the markets as compared to the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)? What observations can you make about the stock and peer performance?

Slide 5 Ratio Analysis Stock Price

Do you expect the price of the stock to increase or decrease based on your ratio analysis? Rationale for your belief based upon your ratio analysis of the stock. ( No outside resources it based on opinion)

Slide 6 Short Term Bond

Rates of return Bond contract features Ratings by the various rating companies For the long term bond, calculate YTM or YTC (if it has a callable feature).

Slide 7 Long Term Bond 

Rates of return Bond contract features Ratings by the various rating companies For the long term bond, calculate YTM or YTC (if it has a callable feature).

Slide 8 Stock Valuation

Include a valuation of your stock Also include a brief discussion of YOUR analysis (synthesis): undervalued, overpriced? Recommend buying, selling, or holding. Why.

Slide 9 Overall Summary of Your Recommendation

Synthesize the information on your stock, bond, and ratio analysis supporting YOUR recommendation to Buy, Sell, or Hold

FIN 303 Risk Investments

Name of the company- Target Corporation
Ticker Symbol- TGT
Dividends/share- annual dividend ($3.6) dividend yield (1.45%)
Beta- 1.03 (5Y Monthly)
Forward P/ E Ratio- 18.15
1. Calculate the standard deviation for your stock to measure total risk for the company.
i. Use a sample size of 5 years. You will first need to look up or calculate the returns on this stock for the last five years and find the average annual return
2. Describe your risk for your stock.
i. Look up the S

Principles of Financial Literacy Session (Sco: 1/12/2021)

PRIORITISE TOP TUTOR
The a-s-s-e-s-s-m-e-n-t will be 125 words long. Please see the questions shown in the screenshot. I will send you all info after being hired, eg PPTs, student access etc. Please send a draft in 12hrs -1 day time, day 2, and day 3 as well. Will need to draft some questions to ask the teacher and revise base on feedback (Send bk ard in 1 day max).
It’s a discussion forum.