Study Session 3: Quantitative Methods: Application
I have all this values I know I need to calculate the mean first, however it`s possible to save the values in STO while pressing the M+?
When I try to save the numbers to the memories while calculating the mean with M+ it doesnt work…
I need to help I did some research but didn`t found something that cold help me
I`m having a big issue,
I finished R6 of quant and I`m in the last LOS of R7, but I`m having such a big trouble to remember formulas, it`s so use to confuse some of them, does anyone have a tip for me?
How you`re supposed to know Chebyshev’s inequality table??
I mean see the exercise:
According to Exhibit 27, the arithmetic mean monthly return and standard
deviation of monthly returns on the S&P 500 were 0.95 percent and 5.39 percent,
respectively, during the 1926–2017 period, totaling 1,104 monthly observations.
Using this information, address the following:
1 Calculate the endpoints of the interval that must contain at least 75 percent
of monthly returns according to Chebyshev’s inequality.
If you have all positive returns, in the formula, let`s suppose:
Year 1 - 34,9% year 2 - 6,13% year 3 - 2,69% year 4 - 11,66% year 5 - 21,77%
in the book the answer is:
(1,349)*(1,.0613)*(1,0269)*(1,1166)*(1,2177)^1/5 - 1
(1,349)*(1,.0613)*(1,0269)*(1,1166)*(1,2177)^0,2 - 1
My question is why instead of putting like 0,349 you need to add a 1 in all of them?
Can someone explain it please?
1 Credit ratings for bond issues.
2 Cash dividends per share.
3 Hedge fund classification types.
4 Bond maturity in years.
Answers: Ordinal Ratio Nominal Ratio
Why credit ratings for bond issues are not Interval?
Cash dividends can be 0 which would be anothing that`s why its ratio, right?
For Hedge Fund classification please I need someone to give me a example, cuz I just didn`t got it.
Bond maturity in years I also need a explanation.
A client invests €20,000 in a four- year certificate of deposit (CD) that annually pays interest of 3.5%
A client invests €20,000 in a four- year certificate of deposit (CD) that annually
pays interest of 3.5%. The annual CD interest payments are automatically
reinvested in a separate savings account at a stated annual interest rate of 2%
compounded monthly. At maturity, the value of the combined asset is closest to:
PV = $20.000 CHS
i = 3,5
N = 1
PMT = 0
FV = $20.700
so at end of each year you will get $700 dollars from this CD
Given a €1,000,000 investment for four years with a stated annual rate of 3%
compounded continuously, the difference in its interest earnings compared with
the same investment compounded daily is closest to:
Can anyone solve this question step by step for me in a HP12c please?
IDK how to do continuous compounding in that and I need to know!
For a lump sum investment of ¥250,000 invested at a stated annual rate of
3% compounded daily, the number of months needed to grow the sum to
¥1,000,000 is closest to:
I will show this question have 2 answers depending if you do it with 360 and 365 and I need to know the correct answer…
PV = 250.000 CHS
FV = 1.000.000
I = 3/360
PMT = 0
N = 16.637 days
16.637/30 = 554,56 = 555 months = answer A
PV = 250.000 CHS
FV = 1.000.000
I = 3/365
A bank quotes a stated annual interest rate of 4.00%. If that rate is equal to an
effective annual rate of 4.08%, then the bank is compounding interest:
the formula is:
EAR = (1 + Periodic interest rate)m – 1
what is Periodic Interest Rate?
m would be by tentative 1 by each, right? so 365, 4, 2
Also how can I elevate a number in HP12c, can someone do a step by step?
3)Two years from now, a client will receive the first of three annual payments of
$20,000 from a small business project. If she can earn 9 percent annually on her
investments and plans to retire in six years, how much will the three business
project payments be worth at the time of her retirement?
year 2 - $20.000
year 3 - $20.000
year 4 - $20.000
year 6 - retirement
i = 9
y2f = $28.231,63
y3f = $25.900,58
y4f = $23.762,00
sum = $77.894,21
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