Caswell Enterprises had the following end-of-year stock prices over the last five years and paid no dividends.?
a) Calculate the annual rate of return for each year from the above information.
b)What is the arithmetic average rate of return earned by investing in Caswell's stock over this period?
c) What is the geometric average rate of return earned by investing in Caswell's stock over this period? Considering the beginning and ending stock prices for the five-year period are the same, which type of average rate of return best describes the annual rate of return earned over the period (arithmetic or geometric)?1 AnswerInvesting2 months ago
PV of uneven stream of payments) you are given 3 investments alternatives to analyze.cash flows from these 3 investments are as fallows?
end of year A B C
1 2000 2000 5000
2 3000 2000 5000
3 4000 2000 (5000)
4 (5000) 2000 (5000)
5 5000 5000 15,000
what is the present value of each of these 3 investments if the appropriate discount rate is 10%.
is any of these answers correct that i attempted below.
A) $25,174.10 or $6992.32
B) $25,763.40 or $9444.38
C) $56,274.40 or $10,819.86Personal Finance2 months ago
You have an opportunity to make an investment that will pay $100 at the end of the first year, $400 at the end of the second year, ?
$400 at the end of the third year, $400 at the end of the fourth year, and $300 at the end of the fifth year
a. Find the present value if the interest rate is 8 percent.
b. What would happen to the present value of this stream of cash flows if the interest rate were 0 percent?1 AnswerHomework Help2 months ago
B) Use the letters A, B, C D to identify the items & list each possibility.
c) If random sampling is employed what is the probability that any particular sample will be selected1 AnswerMathematics2 months ago
3) 135 UB students were surveyed and asked how many hours a week they spent studying. The results are in the table below?
Less than 5hrs (5 to10hrs) (More than 10) Total
Male (M) 25 25 20 70
Fmale (F) 20 30 15 65
Total 45 55 35 135
a) Complete the joint and marginal probability.
b) Find the probability that a student studied 5 to 10 hours.
c) Find the probability that a student is a male and spends less than 5 hours studying.
d) Find the probability that a student is a female or spends more than 10 hours studying.
e) Find the probability that a student spends more than 10 hours studying given that the student is a female?
f) Find the probability that a student is a male given that he spends less than 5 hours studying.Mathematics2 months ago
five years ago you took out a $300,000, 25-year mortgage with an annual interest rate of 7 percent and monthly payments of $2,120.34. ?
what is the outstanding balance on your current loan if you just made the 60th payment?1 AnswerRenting & Real Estate3 months ago
my 2002 TRAILBLAZER SUV transmission it acting up.. it still drives but has to start of in manual then work it's way up until it get in the right gear then it can be driven in Drive mode.... is this fixable or would i need a new transmission. the truck drives very well its just that issue.1 AnswerMaintenance & Repairs8 years ago
this is was given to us from our instructor to practice a little about business law.
the IMPERATIVE: Use authority i.e. case law or statute or other where relevant.1 AnswerLaw & Ethics10 years ago
for example .. Global warming, acid rain. Do you think these cost should be included in GDP? Why or Why not?? How could GDP be amended to include environmental damage cost?1 AnswerEconomics10 years ago