Video 1: What is the actual annual rate that would be paid on a loan or investment if the stated annual rate eg. from a bank is affected by compounding interest?
Video 2: Financial calculators can be expensive. Luckily, if you have Microsoft Excel, you can create one for yourself. We'll use to show essential time value of money applications such as mortgage payments, annuities and bond valuation.
Video 3: If you could invest $250 at the end of each year for the next 10 years and receive $5,000 at the end of the tenth year, what is the annual return on this investment?
Video 4: Calculate the Future Value (FV) of a $500 investment at the end of 5 years if it earns an 8% annual rate of return.
Video 5: What is the future value of these 4 uneven cash flows, assuming a 10% rate of return?
Video 6: How much should you deposit in the bank each year for the next 20 years to accumulate $5,000? Assume your deposits earn 10% annual rate of return.
Video 7: Calculate the Present Value (PV) of a $250 investment that will be received in 10 years. The discount rate is 5%.
Video 8: A bond pays an annual coupon (interest) of $50 at the end of each year. It also pays its face value of $1,000 in 10 years. What is the bond's present value if the discount rate is 12%.
Video 9: How long will it take for an investment of $10,000 to grow to $25,000 at an annual rate of return of 12.5%?
Video 10: Calculate the Future Value of a $300 annuity that will be received at the end of the next 15 years. The expected rate of return is 10%.
Video 11: Calculate the Present Value of an annuity which pays $500 at the end of each year for 5 years. The discount rate is 10%.