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Capital Investment. Lecture Outline. Define Capital Budgeting. Explain the importance of Capital Budgeting. Examine the method of implementing and managing long term projects. Discuss the advantages/disadvantages of the various analysis techniques. Time Value of Money.
Capital Investment. 19. CHAPTER. Payback and Accounting Rate of Return: Nondiscounting Methods. OBJECTIVE. 2. Payback Period: the time required for a firm to recover its original investment.
Capital investment. Chapter 19. chapter 19 Objectives. Describe the difference between independent and mutually exclusive capital investment decisions Explain the roles of the payback period and accounting rate of return in capital investment decisions
Capital Investment. Prepared by Douglas Cloud Pepperdine University. Objectives. After studying this chapter, you should be able to:. 1. Describe the difference between independent and mutually exclusive capital investment decisions.
INVESTMENT CAPITAL. Abundant supply but still risk averse Long terms heighten risk Limited supply of deals – affects liquidity Fewer investors for structured product Limited investor universe for unique contracts Acquisition and contracting poorly understood. DEAL STRUCTURE.
Net Capital Outflow. NCO = S - Ig. The market for loanable funds, net capital outflow and the fx market for dollars. Real interest rate. S. D. NCO. Negative NCO. Positive NCO. Quantity of loanable funds. Real exchange rate. D. S. QUANTITY OF DOLLARS.
A firm which does not pay dividends can be valued by discounting all its FREE CASH FLOWS by its WACC. Free Cash Flows = the cash flows actually available for distribution to investors after the company has made all the new products, and working capital necessary to sustain ongoing operations.
Capital Investment Decision. Capital Investment Decision. Revision Purpose Methods. The Investment Decision. The objective of the corporation is to Maximise Shareholders Wealth
Human Capital Investment - . The process of increasing the household’s holdings of human wealth either by engaging in formal or informal training or by adding household members. Examples of Human Capital Investment. getting a college education teaching your son or daughter how to cook