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Basic Finance : An Introduction to Financial Institutions, Investments and Management

Basic Finance : An Introduction to Financial Institutions, Investments and Management - 9th edition

ISBN13: 978-0324322293

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ISBN13: 978-0324322293
ISBN10: 0324322291
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Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.
Published: 2007
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Basic Finance : An Introduction to Financial Institutions, Investments and Management - 9TH 07 edition

ISBN13: 978-0324322293

Herbert B. Mayo

ISBN13: 978-0324322293
ISBN10: 0324322291
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 9TH 07
Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.

Published: 2007
International: No
Summary

BASIC FINANCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENTS, INSTITUTIONS, AND MANAGEMENT 9/e. provides an introduction to the three primary aspects of Finance and examines how these three areas (financial institutions, investments, and management) interrelate. Each chapter is a concise treatment of one or two specific concepts/institutions. Each chapter is a self-contained unit, that is a "module" or "mini-chapter." An instructor could cover a chapter in a class period.

Benefits:

  • NEW! Expanded material in the appendix on Time Value of Money. Since this topic is always the most difficult concept to grasp for students, repeated exposure in the context of book content and pedagogical elements will increase student's understanding.
  • NEW! Excel Appendixes: Excel examples are pulled into an appendix for a one stop resource for students with weaker Excel skills.
  • NEW! Applicable numerical illustrations in the margin, especially for time value of money.
  • Derivatives chapter adds sophistication and breadth to this entry-level text.
  • Time Value of Money chapter uses three approaches to convey this important topic: interest tables, financial calculator, and investment analysis calculator software.
  • Text facilitates learning through the use of learning objectives, number problems, cases, illustrations that employ financial calculators, and succinct explanations.
  • Marginal Internet references and calculator solutions encourage students to use technology in solving financial problems.

Table of Contents

PART I: FINANCIAL MARKETS.

1. Secondary markets.
2. Primary markets.
3. Role of financial intermediaries.
4. Yields and historical returns.
5. The FED and federal government fiscal.
6. International.

PART II. FINANCIAL TOOLS.

7. Time value.
8. Analysis of risk.
9. Analysis of financial statements.

PART III. INVESTMENT DECISIONS.

10. Features of stock.
11. Features of debt.
12. Stock valuation.
13. Bond valuation.
14.Preferred stock.
15. Investment companies.

PART IV. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT.

16. Forms of business and corporate taxation.
17. Breakeven analysis and payback.
18. Leverage.
19. Cost of capital.
20. Capital budgeting: NPV and IRR.
21. Forecasting.
22. Cash budgets.
23. Short-term assets.
24. Short-term sources.
25. Leasing.
26. Mergers.

PART V. RISK MANAGEMENT: CORPORATE AND INDIVIDUAL.

27. Options.
28. Futures.

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