Corporate finance demystified
- Adair, Troy A. (Troy Alton), 1964-
- New York : McGraw-Hill, c2006.
- Physical description
- xii, 275 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
HG4026 .A32 2006
- Unknown HG4026 .A32 2006
- What is corporate finance?
- Setting the stage
- Accounting statements and cash flows
- Common-size, common-base year, and ratio analysis
- Present and future value
- Compounding and interest rate conversion
- Payment composition and amortization schedules
- Valuing stocks
- Valuing projects : the capital budgeting decision rules
- Measuring risk and return
- Calculating beta
- Analyzing the security market line
- The weighted average cost of capital
- Estimating future cash flows
- Scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis
- Option valuation.
- "This self-teaching guide first explains the basic principles of corporate finance, including accounting statements, cash flows, and ratio analysis. Then, you'll get into the specifics of such topics as the time value of money, interest rate conversion, payment composition, and amortization schedules. Details on valuing bonds, stocks, and options as well as measuring risk and return are also included. Featuring end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam, this book will teach you the ins and outs of corporate finance in no time at all"-- Book jacket.
- Supplemental links
Table of contents only
Contributor biographical information
- Publication date
- Troy A. Adair, Jr.
- "A self-teaching guide"--Cover.
- Includes index.