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  1. This video is brilliant. Thank you so much. I read a book that stated that a positive NPV means that the ROIC (Return on Invested Capital) is greater than the WACC – ie value is created. While I can see this in terms of values, ie the return (present net positive cashflows) is greater than the cost (investment in Year 0), I struggle to understand the rate perspective of value creation in a NPV calc, ie how the ROIC rate of the project is greater than the WACC rate. Is it possible to explain this using simple Maths?

  2. Well done! I'm still stuck on the discount rate here, as I'm not sure if you mean the cost of borrowing the initial capital, or the ROI. Or something else completely! Thank you!

  3. Dear Friends,

    I have a questions:

    1/ In the Capital Budgeting for 5 years, ABC company spent 500 million USD and borrowed 200 million USD from the bank. I want to calculate the break even point of of the capital budgeting. How do you do?.

  4. Dear Friends,

    I have 2 questions:

    1/ Can I create capital Budgeting include only 100% working capital, no fixed assets with project life is 5 years?.

    2/ When I create and review the capital Budgeting (example: build new factor or open new 100 shops), I can examine the cost of BOD (Board of directors) is a relevant cost of this project?.

    Thank you.

  5. If you were my teacher, I would stay after class to get some extra credit ;)…. In all seriousness, your videos have been really helpful to better understand the content of my online Corporate Finance class.

  6. To Simply make you understand the above concept: Let us say have $60,000 with you. You have two options. Option 1: Keep it in Bank and get 8% compounded returns/interest – Year on Year for 5 Years. At 1st Year, you would have $64,800, 2nd Year $69984, 3rd Year $75583, 4th Year $81629, 5th Year $88159. So now you have $88159 in your hands after 5 years. Now Option 2: You invest in a Restaurant and generate a positive cash flow of $12,000 every year. You keep it in Bank and receive 8% compounded returns/interest immediately at the end of the year. The first investment would help you in generating $16,326 at the end of 5th year, because it has compounded 4 times (Y2, Y3,Y4,Y5). The second investment would generate $15116, bacause it has compunded 3 times (Y3, Y4,Y5), likewise The third will generate $ 13996, The fourth wll generate $12,960. The fifth will generate $12,000 + $20,000 = $32,000. So in total you have $90,399, which is larger than $88,159. So bingo, the option 2 worked out to be better. Now to understand, how much is $90,399 in terms of its present value, we keep dividing it by 1.08 4 times (back calculating as if we are revercing process of option 1), we arrive at $61,524. NO brainer that $ 60,000 < $61,524. So these are the fundamentals of the above formula, which makes life super easy.

  7. Goal of management: maximize shareholder value… screech! Not so fast. Read the paper on the latest international business forum. Big business has recognized the dangers of ignoring responsibility to its employees, the environment and country. Major companies have pledge to reform their inward focus. Now carry on…

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