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15-11-2021, 06:28

Understanding Cost of capital & Capital structure

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Understanding Cost of capital & Capital structure
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 ChGenre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 6 lectures (1h 21m) | Size: 1 GB

Investor quicktake
Understanding cost of capital
Understanding difference in cost between equity & debt
Detee your expected return when investing your money
Be able to calculate the cost of capital for a public equity company
Have a basic understanding of how money works
Have a basic understanding of assets, debt & equity in a balance sheet
Understand the difference between bonds & equity
This investor quicktake course will enable you to have an easy & straightforward understanding of cost of capital, why capital has a cost associated to it and how to calculate the cost of capital.

You will also understand the risk vs return difference between various asset classes (debt vs equity).
At the end of this quicktake course, students will be able to differentiate the risk between various asset classes. Furthermore we will practice with Microsoft, Apple, Richemont & Kering and calculate their cost of capital. We will also compare the expected cost of capital with the actual performance on return on invested capital for those 4 companies
Objective of this course is to allow you in a very short period of (approximately 1 hour) to grasp the essence of cost of capital.
Investing in stocks and acting as a business-owner can be a life-chag experience. Learn from my 20 years experience as an investor running my own investment fund and rapidly move ahead faster with the knowledge I will share with you.
Last but not least by subscribing to this course, you will be entitled & invited to my bi-monthly Live Webinars where you will be able to ask any kind of question.
Many thanks and I appreciate your interest in my course! Hope you will enjoy it
Candi Carrera
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