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4434Break Even Analysis Simulation
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Be a financial professional at Tanro, Inc. a lawnmower manufacturer, and plan the introduction of a new electric mower line. But be careful: you must break even within 2 years. Teaches basics of performing a break even analysis.There is also a Simulation Tutorial available that shows step by step how to build simulations like Break Even. It includes a sample simulation with full source code. See the other contribution titled:״Tutorial: Developing eLearning Simulations for the Web"Introduction to Mutual Funds
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=82523
Explains the basics of investing in mutual funds and describes related library resources. Based on a workshop developed by Professor Gerry Jiao and the SEC publication "Investing Wisely: An Introduction to Mutual Funds״.Bond Valuation Calculator
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=199802
The purpose of this calculator is to provide calculations and details for bond valuation problems. This particular calculator assumes all bonds pay interest semi-annually.Teach Me Finance
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=428145
TeachMeFinance.com is a free educational website. It contains a wealth of information including videos explaining a variety of time value of money concepts (annuities, perpetuities, kinds of interest rates, uneven cash flows and probability distributions). Links to econmic data, exchange rates, financial calculators, and more.Financial Analysis
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=342811
This is an advanced professional course intended for individuals working in banks, investment companies, stock brokers or large corporate finance departments. There are three distinct parts: the first four chapters review approaches to valuation of financial assets; the next nine chapters cover one aspect of the firm operations and draw conclusions on the implications for the value of the firm to investors; the last two chapters incorporate economic forecasting to assessment of firm's strategy.Calculator Tutorials for Time Value of Money Concepts
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=76098
This tutorial provides instructions for using the HP-10B, HP-17BII, HP-12C, TI BAII Plus, TI-83 and TI-83Plus calculators to solve basic time value of money problems. Users select any one of these calculators to learn how to use it to determine the present value or future value of a lump sum, annuities, uneven cash flows, as well as determining the net present value or internal rate of return of an investment opportunity.College-Cram.com Finance page
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Learn about financial statements, ratios, and other finance topics with our formula solvers, tutorials, and other reference materials. College-Cram.com is a 24/7 tutorial library for college students and professionals who need some finance help.Compound Interest Calculators
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=82067
It provides a series of JavaScript for simple to more complex cases of compound interest analysis.Investing Buzz
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This tutorial helps the user to learn to invest. Strategies on many levels are provided, from the novice to the experienced investor. Such sections as latest stories, market news, stock news, and tech stories will feature in-depth reports on investing.InvestorWords
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=90708
"InvestorWords is a free, comprehensive investing glossary. Over 5,000 definitions are included, with links between related terms. The site can be openedin a separate browser window, so you can continue surfing the web and just refer to the glossary when you come across unfamiliar words."