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Title      : MB116A Investment Mangement
Subject      : Investment Management
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : K S O U
Chapters/Pages      : 16/343
Total Price      : Rs.      : 244
 
 
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Time Value of Money Part-I Total views (295)  
After studying this unit, students should be able to distinguish between compound interest and simple interest.They will also be able to compute future value and present value of a single sum.
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 0  
 
Time Value of Money Part-II Total views (299)  
After studying this unit,students should be able to compute future value of a series of Payments and present value of a series of cash flows. They will also be able to explain and compute different types of compounding.
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25  
 
Introduction to Capital Budgeting Total views (294)  
The investment decisions of a firm are generally known as the capital budgeting, or capital expenditure decisions. A capital budgeting decision may be defined as the firm's decision to invest its current funds most efficiently in the long-term assets in anticipation of an expected flow of benefits over a series of years.
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25  
 
Capital Investment Decision Total views (297)  
All Investments are risky, as the Investors parts with his money. An efficient Investor with proper training can reduce the risk and maximize return. He can avoid part falls and protect his interests. Companies and Government sell securities, wither for equity Capital or debt capital.
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 16.5  
 
Estimating Cash Flows for Capital Budgeting Total views (298)  
Capital Budgeting is the process of identifying, analyzing, and selecting investment projects whose returns (cash flows) are expected to extend beyond one year. Capital Budgeting involves. Generating investment project proposals consistent with the firm's strategic objective. Estimating after-tax incremental operating cash flows for investment projects. Evaluating project incremental cash flows. S......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75  
 
Capital Budgeting Techniques - Payback & Average Rate of Return Total views (294)  
The cash flow measurement could be for a standalone project or for a replacement project where we calculate cash flow on incremental basis. The next step in the capital budgeting process is evaluation of the cash flows using some techniques and making accept or reject decisions. The methods used for such evaluation are classified into Traditional or non discounted cash flow techniques and discount......
Pages: 7
Price: Rs 5.25  
 
Capital Budgeting Techniques - Discounted Cash Flow Techniques. Internal Rate of Return (LRR) Total views (564)  
In this unit we have familiarized ourselves with a discounted cash flow technique of evaluating investment projects. IRR calculation is based on the assumption that reinvestment of a year's cash flow is reinvested at the company's IRR. We also discussed that the possibilities of multiple IRR and its resolution. IRR is simple to use as it provides managers with a single number on the basis of which......
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6  
 
Capital Budgeting Techniques: Net Present Value & Profitability - Index, Conflicts in Ranking Total views (563)  
In this chapter, we have analysed project section using NPV and. PI . We have also discussed the problem of multiple IRR in certain unique cash flow situations and its resolution. There are also certain cash flows which cause conflicts in ranking. In all such situation, conflicts are resolved by adopting NPV as the criterion.
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75  
 
An Overview of Project Management Total views (578)  
Project Management, it can be said, has developed out of the attempts of some sections of mankind to destroy all others and to protect themselves from the on slaughts of the others. It is one of the fields of study that has developed almost entirely through techniques developed by the armies all over the world, particularly in the United States, over several decades.
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 20.25  
 
Project Initiation and Resource Allocation Total views (572)  
Every firm should have a strategic plan, if it should succeed in the long run. The strategic plan should be laid out carefully, keeping all variables in view. Once it is done, all subsequent actions of the firm, particularly those relating to allocation of substantial amounts of resources, should conform to the plan.
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25  
 
Market and Demand Analysis Total views (577)  
The success of any project demands on the demand for the output produce by it. As marketing experts say, One should either identify a need and fill it or create a need and fill it. Either way catering to an unfulfilled need should be the ultimate objective of commercial projects, if they succeed. Identifying the need, or more simply put, the potential demand for the product is main subject of this......
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25  
 
Technical Analysis Total views (572)  
In this unit, we will study the technical (or engineering) aspects of setting up a project. Starting with who should select the technology and now, we will move on to acquisition of technology, purchasing the materials and equipments, selecting the site and the layout of facilities on the site and finally discuss briefly about pollution and effluent disposal.
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25  
 
Financial Projections Total views (572)  
Once the commercial as well as the technical feasibility of the project is established, leading to the development of the sales plan, the administration plan and the manufacturing plan, the project has to be assessed with regard to its financial feasibility measured in terms of costs and benefits. The various steps in financial analysis are indicated in the following figure.
Pages: 56
Price: Rs 42  
 
Risk Measurement and Recognition Total views (561)  
Capital Budgeting involves assessing the requirement of incremental outlay, projection possible incremental benefits from such an investment, determining a horizon and finally evaluating the flows in comparison with the outlay. While the figures used in such a framework might appear to be fool-proof, it has to be borne in mind that the data is based mostly on estimations and expectations.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9  
 
Tools for Risk Analysis Total views (558)  
Risk analysis involves identification of parameters of risk, and in attempting to quantify the impact. Specific measures are needed which can tune in capital budgeting results to these changes. While one's estimates and conclusions are only as good as the figures on which these are based, it should be realized that an appraiser will need to work on those areas where the concern is the maximum.
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25  
 
Illustrations on Risk Analysis Total views (561)  
We have seen the basic tenets of risk management. We have also seen specific tools that could be used for the purpose. The analyst will oft en have to decide the exact tool to be used in specific situations. The next task is to use the tool correctly and draw conclusions logically. A set of 3 illustrations are shown here under to explain the point. In the end a case is given which needs to be anal......
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5  
 


 
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