FIN 600 Resources
This video covers some basic math skills needed for introductory finance.
This video covers some basics in financial accounting. We look at the income statement and the balance sheet.
This video discusses cash flow and how measures of cash flow can be recovered from financial statements.
This video presents several ratios used in financial analysis.
Time and Money
This video introduces several concepts relating to the time value of money.
Discounted Cash Flows
This video discusses multiple cash flows and introduces the formulas for annuities and perpetuities.
Interest Rates and Inflation
This video introduces compounded interest rates and the Effective Annual Rate (EAR). The effects of inflation are also discussed.
This video describes some basic features of bonds, including valuation, YTM, and Current Yield.
Zero coupon bonds are also discussed.
Financial Calculator Tutorial
This video introduces the basic time value of money functions on the
TI BA II Plus Financial Calculator. Bond and Annuity examples are shown.
Dividend Discount Model
This video provides an introduction to the dividend discount model. Dividend growth and the two-stage growth versions of the model are also covered.
Dividend Discount Model in Excel
This video looks at the dividend discount model using Excel. Examples include annuities, DDM
with a constant dividend, growth, and 2-stage growth. Download the Excel File here.
Investment Decision Criteria
This video introduces several investment decision criteria: NPV, IRR, and the Profitability Index.
NPV and IRR Calculator Demo
This video demonstrates an NPV and IRR calculation on the TI BA II Plus financial calculator.
This tutorial shows how to calculate dollar returns, percentage returns, dividend yield, and the capital gains yield.
Portfolio Returns and Variance
This video demonstrates how to calculate returns and variance for a stock portfolio.
Systematic Risk and the CAPM
This video describes beta, the systematic risk measure for stocks in the CAPM model.
The Security Market Line is used to estimate the required rate of return on stock.
Cost of Capital
This video presents the cost of equity and debt capital. The WACC is calculated and used for firm valuation.