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The Time Value of Money

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The Time Value of Money

Richard MacMinn

- To stress that the time value of money is an integral part of financial decision making.
- To discuss compounding techniques
- To discuss discounting techniques

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- Suppose you place $100 in a savings account that pays 7.2% interest, compounded annually. How does the account grow?
- fv1 = 100 (1.072)
- fv2 = 100 (1.072)2
- fvT = 100 (1.072)T

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- The future value of a one dollar stream of savings for n years, i.e., one dollar saved at dates t = 1, 2, . . . , T, is

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- If a dollar is compounded m times per period then the future value may be expressed as

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- As m approaches infinity, the factor where e = 2.71828
- Given continuous compounding, the future value of a dollar n periods hence is

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- A dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow!
- Present value is the inverse of future value.

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- The present value of a dollar received in one year is
- The present value of a dollar received in T years is

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- The present value of a stream of one dollar returns received at dates t = 1, 2, . . . , T is

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- An annuity is a stream of equal dollar returns for a specified number of periods, e.g., pension funds, insurance contracts, sinking funds.
- The value of a T year annuity that pays one dollar per year is

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- Loans paid off in equal installments over a fixed period are annuities, or equivalently, amortized loans.
- The value L of the of the amortized loan is

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- A perpetuity is an annuity payable indefinitely.
- The present value of an indefinitely long one dollar stream is

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- A growing perpetuity is a perpetuity with a payment that grows at a constant rate g.
- The payment stream may be specified as 1, (1 + g), (1 + g)2, (1 + g)3, . . . , and its value as

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- The present value of an annuity is
- This is the difference between a perpetuity that begins paying at t = 1 and one that begins paying at t = T + 1.

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- A bond that pays a level interest stream and then the principal at maturity is a combination of an annuity and a single payment.
- Bonds also typically pay interest semiannually and the bond value B is

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