Lecture Videos

Intro to Corporate Finance

1.Financial Management Decisions 2.Business Forms 3.More on Corporations and the Goal of Financial Manager 4.Agency Costs 5.Flow of Cash and Wrap-up

Financial Statements and Cash Flow

1.Accounting Fundamentals 2.Financial Reporting 3.Income Statement Overview 4.Revenue and Operating Expenses 5.Other I/S Items 6.Balance Sheet Overview 7.Assets 8.Liabilities and Equity 9.Cash Flow Statement 10.Free Cash Flow

Financial Statements Analysis

1.Intro and Motivation 2.Common Size Analysis 3.Common Size Example 4.Ratio Analysis Intro 5.Ratio Analysis Details 6.Dupont Identity 7. Benchmarking and Issues 8. Overview of Ratio Sheet

Introduction to Valuation

1.Intro and Motivation 2.Terminology and Tools to Solve 3.Future Value and Present Value 4.FV and PV Examples 5.Solving for Rate/Time and Wrap-up

Discounted Cash Flows

1.Overview, Motivation, and Intro to Cash Flows 2.More Cash Flows 3.Annuities and Perpetuities 1: Introduction 4.Annuities and Perpetuities 2: PV Example/a> 5.Annuities and Perpetuities 3: Compounding Periods 6.Annuities and Perpetuities 4: FV and Perpetuity Example 7.Growing Annuity and Perpetuity 8.Interest Rates 9.Compounding≠Payment and Loan Types

Interest Rates and Bond Valuation

1.Overview and Introduction to Bond Valuation 2.Bond Valuation Examples 3.Bonds and Interest Rate 4.Bond Terms and Features 5.Bond Types and the Market 6.Inflation and Interest Rates 7.Term Structure of Interest Rates

Capital Budgeting Tools

1.Overview and Motivation 2.Decision Criteria 3.Net Present Value (NPV) 4.Payback Period 5.Internal Rate of Return (IRR) 6.NPV vs IRR: Non-Conventional Cash Flows 7.NPV vs IRR: Mutually Exclusive Projects 8.Importance and Summary 9.Examples and Practice

Making Capital Investment Decisions

1.Overview and Motivation 2.Pitfalls: Sunk and Opportunity Costs 3.Pitfalls: Side Effects, NWC, and Financing Costs 4.Pro-Forma and Example 5.NWC, Depreciation, and Asset Sales 6.OCF and Summary

Raising Capital and Payout Policy

1.Overview and Venture Capital 2.Selling Securities to the Public 3.Underwriters 4.IPO Underpricing, SEOs, and Costs 5.IPO Examples and Exercises 6.Dividends 7.Repurchases 8.More on Payout Policy and Stock Splits 9.Example Problems and Module Recap

Stock Valuation

1.Overview and Building Intrinsic Valuation Model 2.Intrinsic Valuation: Dividend Growth Models 3.Intrinsic Valuation: Yields, Returns, and Growth 4.Relative Valuation: Trading Multiples 5.Stock Features and the Stock Market 6. The Stock Market 7. Example Problems and Module Recap

Risk and Return

1.Overview and Average Returns 2.Return Variability 3.Arithmetic vs Geometric Mean 4.Capital Market Efficiency 5.Expected Return, Variance, and Portfolios 6. Diversification and Risk 7. Security Market Line and CAPM 8. Extra Practice (Excel)

Other

1.Financial Databases and Websites

Video #1: Financial Management Decisions

This video discusses the three question facing a financial manager that we will spend most of course addressing.

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Video #2: Business Forms

This video discusses the different types of business forms and their respective advantages and disadvantages.

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Video #3: More on Corporations and the Goal of Financial Manager

This video discusses some more detail on corporations including the different types. We also introduce the goal of the financial manager.

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Video #4: Agency Costs

This video discusses the conflict of interest created due to agency problems, the resulting agency costs, and some potential solutions to aligning the interests.

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Video #5: Flow of Cash and Wrap up

This video discusses the flow of cash between the firm and financial markets as well as wraps up the module.

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Video #1: Accounting Fundamentals

This video introduces accounting concepts, specifically we discuss key assumptions and principles of accounting.

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Video #2: Financial Reporting

This video finishes the discussion of accounting by looking at key constraints. We then discuss financial reporting, why do we require reporting and what type of reporting is required.

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Video #3: Income Statement Overview

This video introduces the income statement. We review the overall concept and look at both a simplified fictional example as well as examples for real companies.

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Video #4: Revenue and Operating Expenses

This video goes into detail on the main line items found on an income statement. Specifically we discuss revenue and operating expenses, i.e. all items above EBIT.

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Video #5: Other I/S Items

This video continues to discuss the income statement items below EBIT. We also discuss shares outstanding, EPS, and EBIT vs EBITDA.

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Video #6: Balance Sheet Overview

This video introduces the balance sheet. We review the overall concept and look at both a simplified fictional example as well as examples for real companies. We briefly discuss the concept of debits and credits.

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Video #7: Assets

This video goes over the accounts on the left-hand side of the balance sheet, i.e. Assets.

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Video #8: Liabilities and Equities

This video goes over the accounts on the right-hand side of the balance sheet, i.e. Liabilities and Equities. Note: you can skip the discussion of leases.

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Video #9: Cash Flow Statement

This video discusses the cash flow statement.

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Video #10: Free Cash Flow

This video introduces the concept of free cash flow or cash flow from assets.

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Video #1: Intro and Motivation

This video introduces and motivates our learning of financial statement analysis. We discuss generally what is financial statement analysis, how do we do it, and more importantly why do we do it.

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Video #2: Common Size Analysis

This video introduces common size financial statement analysis. We discuss both vertical and horizontal analysis of the balance sheet and income statement, perform a basic example, discuss interpreting results, and lastly some caveats.

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Video #3: Common Size Example

This video calculates common size financial statements for Stitch Fix.

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Video #4: Ratio Analysis Intro

This video introduces the concept of ratio analysis.

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Video #5: Ratio Analysis Details

This video goes through the four main types (groups) of ratios: Liquidity, Asset management, Leverage, Performance.

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Video #6: Dupont Identity and Benchmarking

This video covers the breakdown of ROE using the Dupont identity as well as the concept of benchmarking using a time-trend or peer groups.

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Video #7: Real Example and Issues

This video goes over common issues/concerns when performing ratios analysis. We also look at ratios for Stitch Fix and four industry peers. We conclude with n overview of the entire module.

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Video #8: Overview of Ratio Sheet

This video goes over the pdf formula sheet we discuss how each ratio is calculated, what it measures, and how to interpret.

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Video #1: Introduction and Motivation

This video introduces the concept of time value of money and discusses its importance and usage in both personal and corporate finance. (11:54)

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Video #2: Terminology and Tools to Solve

This video introduces the key players in time value of money (Future Value, Present Value, Interest Rate, and Time o Number of Periods). We also discuss the tools we will use to solve these problems: primarily using Excel.(4:12)

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Video #3: Future Value and Present Value

This video goes over how to calculate future and present values, the difference between simple and compound interest, and compounding vs discounting. Lastly we discuss the relationship between present (future) value, time, and rates. (14:38)

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Video #4: FV and PV Examples

This video goes though several example problems of solving for future value and present value. (9:35)

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Video #5: Solving for Rate/Time and Wrap-up

This video briefly discusses the approach to solving for rates and time followed by a series of examples. We finish with a wrap-up of the material covered in the model and its importance. (12:40)

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Video #1: Overview, Motivation, and Intro to Cash Flows

This video provides an overview of the modules, motivates the importance of the key concepts, and introduces the idea of cash flows (or payments) to our time value of money problems. We conclude with two examples. (20:31)

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Video #2: More Cash Flows

This video looks at an example with uneven cash flows and discusses applying this skill to evaluating recently signed professional hockey contracts. (5:54)

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Video #3: Annuities and Perpetuities 1: Introduction

This video introduces the concept of annuities and perpetuities. We discuss and observe through an example of calculating future values the difference between an ordinary annuity and an annuity due. (13:37)

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Video #4: Annuities and Perpetuities 2: PV Example

This video continues our look at annuities by completing an example of calculating present values. (8:58)

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Video #5: Annuities and Perpetuities 3: Compounding Periods

This video continues our look at annuities by examining examples when the payment and compounding periods are more frequent than annually (14:06)

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Video #6: Annuities and Perpetuities 4: FV and Perpetuity Example

This video continues our look at annuities by completing one more example and we also look at an example related to perpetuities.(8:13)

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Video #7: Growing Annuity and Perpetuity

This video looks at solving annuity and perpetuity problems with a constant growth rate, g. (10:26)

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Video #8: Interest Rates

This video discusses how interest rates are quoted, leading to a discussion of Annual Period Rate (APR) vs Effective Annual Rate (EAR). We complete several examples of calculating APR and EAR. (15:20)

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Video #9: Compounding≠Payment and Loan Types

This video examines how to solve annuity problems where the number of payment periods per year is not equal to the number of compounding periods per year. We finish with a lead into future modules and personal finance topics by discussing different loan types.(15:20)

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Video #1: Overview and Introduction to Bond Valuation

This video overviews the topics covered in this module and discusses how to perform a bond valuation. (8:13)

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Video #2: Bond Valuation Examples

This video goes over three bond valuation example problems, including semi-annual coupon payments and solving for both price and YTM. (9:01)

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Video #3: Bonds and Interest Rates

This video goes over the relation between bond prices and interest rates (YTM). We also discuss interest rate risk, current yield, and capital gains yield. (10:11)

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Video #4: Bond Terms and Features

This video goes over multiple bond terms and features including the indenture, seniority, security, call provisions, covenants and bond ratings, among many others. (15:28)

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Video #5: Bond Types and the Market

This video discusses other types of bond issuers (US treasuries and Muni Bonds)and types of bonds (floaters and zeroes) as well as a brief overview of the bond market. (8:47)

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Video #6: Inflation and Interest Rates

This video discusses the difference between real rates and nominal rates and performs a few examples to illustrate the concepts. The fisher effect is also introduced. (12:36)

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Video #7: Term Structure of Interest Rates

This video goes over the term structure of interest rates and US Treasury Yield curve. We also discuss other premium factors like default risk. (12:55)

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Video #1: Overview and Motivation

This video introduces and motivates the module. We discuss the importance of capital budgeting decisions and introduce the tools we will learn about throughout the module. (10:00)

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Video #2: Decision Criteria

This video introduces the criteria for which we will evaluate each capital budgeting tool. We also introduce the sample project we will use as a sample throughout the module. (5:06)

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Video #3: Net Present Value (NPV)

This video introduces the net present value (NPV) capital budgeting tool. We discuss the concept and theory of the measure, how to calculate, the decision rule for accept/reject, apply it to our sample project and lastly tie the measure back to our decision criteria and discuss the pros/cons. (12:06)

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Video #4: Payback Period

This video introduces the payback period capital budgeting tool. We discuss the concept and theory of the measure, how to calculate, the decision rule for accept/reject, apply it to our sample project and lastly tie the measure back to our decision criteria and discuss the pros/cons. (10:26)

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Video #5: Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

This video introduces the internal rate of return (IRR) capital budgeting tool. We discuss the concept and theory of the measure, how to calculate, the decision rule for accept/reject, apply it to our sample project and lastly tie the measure back to our decision criteria and discuss the pros/cons. (12:00)

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Video #6: NPV vs IRR: Non-Conventional Cash Flows

This video discusses the first of two scenarios in each IRR and NPV might disagree: Non-conventional cash flows. (10:15)

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Video #7: NPV vs IRR: Mutually Exclusive Projects

This video discusses the second of two scenarios in each IRR and NPV might disagree: Mutually Exclusive Projects. (8:18)

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Video #8: Importance and Summary

This video discusses a few other capital budgeting tools that exist, the importance and usage of capital budgeting tools, and summarizes the three tools: NPV, payback, and IRR. (10:36)

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Video #9: Examples and Practice

This video goes through two examples of capital budgeting decisions applying all three tools. We also look at the real world college and buy vs lease decisions. (20:31)

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Video #1: Overview and Motivation

This video goes discusses the key concepts for the module and introduces project cash flows. Specifically, we learn about relevant cash flows and the stand-alone principle. (6:20)

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Video #2: Pitfalls: Sunk and Opportunity Costs

This video discusses sunk costs and opportunity costs and whether or not these are relevant cash flows. (12:38)

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Video #3: Pitfalls: Side Effects, NWC, and Financing Costs

This video discusses other pitfalls when thinking about relevant cash flows. Specifically, potential side effects, investments into NWC, and financing costs. (6:57)

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Video #4: Pro-Forma and Example

This video introduces the concepts of pro-forma financial statements and discusses the steps to making a capital investment decision. We work through an example by creating pro-forma financial statements from list of assumptions/inputs and calculate the appropriate cash flows. (11:53)

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Video #5: NWC, Depreciation, and Asset Sales

This video reviews the effect of NWC on cash flows, introduces depreciation schedules, and goes over the cash flow implications of an asset sale. (9:59)

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Video #6: OCF and Summary

This video discusses alternative approaches to calculating operating cash flows and summarizes the module. (5:30)

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Video #1: Overview and Venture Capital

This video briefly overviews the concepts to be covered in the module and discusses the process of raising money through venture capital. The last ten minutes of the video discusses the case of Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes, a firm that raised significant funds through VC financing and ended up worth nothing in the end. (21:55)

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Video #2: Selling Securities to the Public

This video goes through the process of going public. Specifically, we discuss the timeline and procedure of performing an IPO, review example registration statements and prospectus. We also discuss a few alternative issue methods to the traditional IPO. (13:44)

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Video #3: Underwriters

This video discusses underwriters; what they are, what they do, and how they do it. (11:57)

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Video #4: IPO Underpricing, SEOs, and Costs

This video the phenomenon of IPO underpricing — what is it and why does it exist. We also discuss seasoned equity offerings (SEO) and summarize all the costs associated with going public. (10:57)

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Video #5: IPO Examples and Exercises

This video walks through two IPOs (King Entertainment and Twitter) from early funding to final outcomes and goes through a couple exercises in calculating shares needed and flotation costs. (14:25)

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Video #6: Dividends

This video introduces the first of two payout methods we will cover — dividends. (12:59)

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Video #7: Repurchases

This video introduces the second of two payout methods we will cover — repurchases. (9:28)

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Video #8: More on Payout Policy and Stock Splits

This video continues our discussion on payout policy. Topics include facts and figures, information content, and pros/cons of each method. We also introduce stock dividends and splits (15:02)

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Video #9: Example Problems and Module Recap

This video goes though example problems showing the irrelevance of payout policy (when we exclude any frictions) and the effects of stock splits and dividends. We also recap the key learning concepts from the module. (14:04)

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Video #1: Overview and Building Intrinsic Valuation Model

This video introduce the module concepts and learning outcomes and discusses the approach to intrinsic valuation of a stock and starts to build out a dividend based model. (14:04)

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Video #2: Intrinsic Valuation: Dividend Growth Models

This video goes through three cases of applying a dividend growth model to valuation: 1) Zero Growth; 2) Constant Growth 3) Non-Constant Growth (two stage) (14:04)

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Video #3: Intrinsic Valuation: Yields, Returns, and Growth

This video discusses the drivers of required return (dividend yield and capital gains yield or growth) and discusses the requirements for growth (investment and return). Lastly, we discuss why companies with no current dividend payment are not priced at zero. (14:04)

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Video #4: Relative Valuation: Trading Multiples

This video introduces the concept of performing stock valuation using trading multiple/comparables i.e., relative valuation. We also discuss the implementation of Price-to-earnings (PE) and Enterprise Value-to-sales (EV/Sales) to estimate the price. (8:54)

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Video #5: Stock Features

This video discuss terms and features related to common and preferred stock. We will discuss dual class stock. (7:53)

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Video #6: The Stock Market

This video discuss auction (NYSE) and dealer (NASDAQ) stock markets. Key features and functions are discussed as two the markets are compared and contrasted. (12:11)

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Video #7: Example Problems and Module Recap

This video revisits a few dividend growth model example problems and overview the key learning concepts from the module. (8:15)

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Video #1: Overview and Average Returns

This video provides an overview of module topics and discusses the first lesson from capital markets history by examining average returns. (14:00)

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Video #2: Return Variability

This video discusses the second lesson from capital markets history by examining return variability, i.e. variance and standard deviation. (10:50)

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Video #3: Arithmetic vs Geometric Mean

This video discusses the difference between an arithmetic mean and a geometric mean when looking at average returns. (6:24)

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Video #4: Capital Market Efficiency

This video discusses the concept of capital market efficiency and the efficient market hypothesis. (7:05)

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Video #5: Expected Return, Variance, and Portfolios

This video introduces students to expected returns and the variance of expected returns. We also discuss portfolios and the calculation of returns and variances for a portfolio of assets. (13:43)

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Video #6: Diversification and Risk

This video introduces the concept of diversification, what diversification implies about systematic and unsystematic risk, and how to measure unsystematic risk, i,e, beta. (14:32)

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Video #7: Security Market Line and CAPM

This video formalizes our discussion of the risk-return tradeoff by introducing students to the security market line, the concept of market equilibrium, and lastly the capital asset pricing model (CAPM). (11:57)

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Financial Databases and Websites

This video reviews accessing and downloading financial data using both Library resources as well as financial websites.

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