# Tag Finance

## FE 522 Part 4 Monte Carlo Simulation: Basics

Table of Contents Intro Motivation Intro Monte Carlo Simulation is a mathematical technique that allows you to account for risk in quantitative analysis and decision making. It provides a range of possible outcomes and the probabilities they will occur for…

## FE514 Week1: The Financial System and Firm Value

Table of Contents Quick Intro 1. The Financial System Key Terminologies: 2. Goals of the Corporation Key Terminologies: 3. Determinants of Value Key Terminologies: 4. Modifying Accounting Data for Managerial Decisions: EVA, MVA, FCFs Key Terminologies: 5. Components of Risk…

## FE 514 Introduction to Corporate Finance

Table of Contents Introduction By Topics I. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING II. FINANCING DECISIONS III. LONG-TERM FINANCING IV. VALUATION V. INVESTMENT ANALYSIS Introduction 1. Corporate Finance Basics a. Definition: Corporate finance deals with how businesses manage their financial resources and…

## FE 522 Part 3 Statistical Analysis of Financial Data

Table of Contents Time Series Modeling Auto-correlation Function Sample Auto-correlation Function Example for Generated Data Another Example of Generated Data: ARIMA Using ARIMA modeling on an example Definition of the Process Definition of the Process Forecasts The forecast() Function: How…

## Part 2 Basic Descriptive Statistics of Financial Data

Table of Contents Objectives: Getting the Data Descriptive Statistics Plotting the data Some Commonly Used Indicators Get longer time series Get only closing price of data Display a few rows and the last row Moving average over 50 and 200…

## FE522 Part 1 Introduction

Table of Contents Introduction Introduction In this course our aim is an introduction to implementation of various methods and techniques involving pricing and hedging derivative securities. The course will be conducted in three parts: As the computational tool of the…

## Accounting for Finance: The Balance Sheet

Table of Contents The Balance Sheet: Dueling Views Revisiting the Balance Sheet Fixed and Current Assets Financial Assets Intangible Assets Goodwill Impairment: Valuable information or Make-work-for-accountants? Current Liabilities Debt Due Debt details Shareholder’s Equity How balance sheets shift over the…

## Mutual Funds and Other Investment Companies

Table of Contents Investment Companies Types of Investment Companies Commonly, individual investors do no trade securities directly for their own accounts. Instead they direct their funds to investment companies that purchase securities on their behalf. The most important of these…