Financial Analysis with an Electronic Calculator by Mark White continues to provide readers with information and procedures that enable them to master financial calculators while simultaneously gaining a deeper understanding of financial mathematics. This supplementary text is a perfect package companion with Ross/Westerfield/Jordan: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 6e, Brealey/Myers/Marcus: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 4e, Ross/Westerfield/Jordan: Essentials of Corporate Finance, 4e, and Block and Hirt's Foundations of Financial Management 10e.
Mark White is an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, where he teaches finance. Prior to receiving Ph.D. and M.B.A. degrees in Finance from Michigan State University, he earned an MS in Ecology from Michigan State and a BA in Biology from Kalamazoo College. His research interests center on the use of mathematical models in finance and the impact of environmental issues on corporate strategy and firm performance.
IntroductionCalculators vs. Computers Calculators Models Covered in This Book Hewlett-Packard HP-10B Sharp Electronics EL-733A Texas Instruments BA II Plus Notation Housekeeping Functions Memory Registers Display Formats Sign Changes Annuities and Annuities Due Compounding Frequency Troubleshooting The Time Value of Money How To Solve Financial Problems Cash Flow Diagrams Identifying Variables and Writing Equations Present Value/Future Value Tables Future Value of a Present Sum Present Value of a Future Sum Future Value of an Ordinary Annuity Annuities Due Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity Solving for an Unknown Interest Rate Solving for an Unknown Number of Periods Multiperiod Compounding Nominal and Effective Rates Annual Percentage Rate (APR) Continuous Compounding Multiperiod Compounding with HP-10B and BAII Plus Perpetuities The Principle of Additivity Valuation of Financial Instruments The Discounted Cash Flow Model Pure Discount Securities Simple Bond Pricing (and more...)