Overview of Financial Markets + Exhibits

In our Overview of Financial Markets, we introduce the major jargon and finance terminology in finance, from the sell-side to the buy-side and capital markets, from investment banking to sales & trading and research and asset management. In addition, we quantify and dig deep into specific selected topics of interest from the long-term relationship of depreciation and capital expenditures to share repurchase impacts, to cause of circular references in financial models and much more!

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Tax shield effect
Just to add to this, when you remove shares from the market by issuing debt, you are adding more leverage to the capital structure of the company which increases the company's cost of equity. In an M&M world this increase in cost of equity would exactly offset the benefit from adding lower cost deb... Read More
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Where can I find the other templates for these standalone clips or are these just teasers, must we purchase the advanced package to get the same tutorial as we did with the basic?
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Video Problems
Some of these videos end before the explanation or tutorial is finished. Please fix ASAP! Thanks
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Video Problems
Some of these videos end before the explanation or tutorial is finished. Please fix ASAP! Thanks
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Hi
where i can found the slid and example
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Treasury Options: Shares dilution
Hi, I have one doubt related to shares dilution. When you are calculating the Equity Value per share for a private company you need to divide the Equity Value by the number of fully diluted shares. But how can you have the number of diluted shares if we neither have a current market value (as it ... Read More
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Circular Reference Fix
Hello, I'm sure this topic has been discussed in the past, and I currently do not have access to the online self study videos. But, I wanted to know how to fix the circular reference problem when calculating interest expense as it feeds through the financial statements. Again, apologies for askin... Read More
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