Table of contents for Principles of finance with Excel / by Simon Benninga.

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table of contents
this version: March 21, 2005
Section 1: Introductory chapters
Chapter 1: Introduction to Finance
Chapter 2: Business Organization and Taxes
Chapter 3: Basic accounting concepts
Chapter 4: Cash Management
Section 2: Capital Budgeting and Valuation
Chapter 5: Time Value of Money
Chapter 6: What does it cost?
Chapter 7: Basics of Capital Budgeting
Chapter 8: More Issues in Capital Budgeting
Chapter 9: The Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
Chapter 10: Using Financial Planning Models for Valuation
Section 3: Portfolio Analysis and the Capital Asset Pricing Model
Chapter 11: What is Risk?
Chapter 12: An Introduction to Portfolio Statistics
Chapter 13: Portfolio Returns and the Efficient Frontier
Chapter 14: The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and the Security Market Line (SML)
Chapter 15: Using the SML to Measure Performance
Chapter 16: Using the SML for Cost of Capital Calculations
Section 4: Valuing Securities
Chapter 17: Market Efficiency
Chapter 18: Bond Valuation
Chapter 19: Share Valuation
Section 5: Capital Structure and Dividend Policy
Chapter 20: Capital Structure and the Value of the Firm--Theory
Chapter 21: Capital Structure and the Value of the Firm--Practical Implications
Chapter 22: Dividend Policy
Section 6: Options and Option Valuation
Chapter 23: Introduction to Options
Chapter 24: Properties of Option Prices
Chapter 25: Valuing Options--The Black-Scholes Formula
Chapter 26: Valuing Options--The Binomial Model
Chapter 7: Background to Excel
Chapter 27: Starting Off in Excel
Chapter 28: Graphing in Excel
Chapter 29: Common Excel Functions
Chapter 30: Using Data Tables
Chapter 31: Dates in Excel
Chapter 32: Goal Seek and Solver
Chapter 33: Data Manipulation in Excel
Chapter 34: Word and Excel

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Finance -- Data processing.
Microsoft Excel (Computer file).
Capital assets pricing model.