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Everything looks fine I'm not sure how to solve 21 tho
@jim_thompson5910 how would i correct number 2
what is the total sum (in dollars) invested in portfolio 1
not sure
add up the dollar figures in column 1 (where it says portfolio 1)
9250
good
now multiply each ROR value by the dollar amount in the same row focus on just portfolio 1 for now
once you get done multiplying, add up those results and tell me what you get
i dont understand do i have to multiply every single ror with the total sum
ex: multiply -0.004 with 2400 to get -9.60
convert each percentage to decimal form
got them
i got -9.60,40.82,313.96, -35,and 102.12
add those up to get ???
412.3
????
finally, divide that by 9250 (the sum of the dollar figures)
does that make sense?
yes
and i got 0.044572973
very good
that's the weighted ROR for portfolio 1
do the same for portfolio 2 and 3
ok are the other questions bad by the way like are they alot wrong
3 and 4 are wrong
I'm on 5 now
ok
tell me what you get for the other weighted ROR's
ok
Is the order portfolio 3,2,1 @jim_thompson5910
what weighted RORs did you get
for portfolio 2 i got 0.048797251 and for the portfolio i got 0.087759517
very nice
so yeah it's 3, 2, 1
3 being the best 1 being the worst
how do i fix 3,4?
let's do them one at a time
go here http://www.bankrate.com/calculators/mortgages/mortgage-calculator.aspx type in the given mortgage amount, rate, and time
then scroll to June 2025, which is exactly 10 years into the future what is the value in the last column?
why 10 years? because of the "10" in "30/10" means that the balloon payment hits after 10 years are up the 30 means this is a 30 year fixed mortgage
168,401.44?
good
that remaining balance is the balloon payment you either pay it all or refinance it
ok
4?
Formula \[\Large FV = \frac{(1+i)^n - 1}{i}\] FV = unknown i = 0.0635/12 = 0.03175 n = 2*7 = 14
ok
I get 17.29035 @jim_thompson5910
way too small
oh my bad, I left out P
that's my fault lol
\[\Large FV = P*\frac{(1+i)^n - 1}{i}\] FV = unknown P = 720*6 = 4320 i = 0.0635/12 = 0.03175 n = 2*7 = 14
74694.34
i had it right lol
yeah I'm realizing that just now lol
sorry about that
its ok. but i probably had more when you continued to look into it @jim_thompson5910
any more that i had wrong that i need to look into ?
5 is correct
I'm still on 6
how is going @jim_thompson5910
nearly there, I'm on the origination fee now
I'm making up a spreadsheet
how is it going? @jim_thompson5910
I keep trying various combinations, but I'm not getting any of the answer choices
really?
I vaguely remember that, but I don't remember actually calculating out the answer
let me think
ok I'm only off by about 20 cents at this point, so it's good enough
its ok #7
let me think about how to answer 6
the answer isn't B, unless I forgot something
do you have a breakdown of each subtotal?
nope
I'm getting this 21956+307080+1776.44+1332.33+1397.2+621.95+12685.08+355.288 = 347,204.288
did you get that?
or something similar to it?
i got b at first but i guess
at least if that at the beginning @jim_thompson5910
hmm I'm not sure now, but I think I have the right answer. I'm only off by 20 cents or so. This problem is a pain
how about the rest how are they @jim_thompson5910
7 looks good
8?
still thinking
do you have the bond rate of return formula?
I believe it is yield = coupon amount/price
that seems too small
is there anywhere in your notes that mentions the bond rate of return formula?
Divide the future value that you seek in a bond by the bond's face value.For example, if you seek a future value of $15,000 from a $5,000 bond, divide $15,000 by $5,000 to get a multiplier of 3. Step 2 Divide 1 by the term of the bond. For example, if you seek the future value of $15,000 after 20 years, divide 1 by 20 to get 0.05. Step 3 Raise the multiplier to the power of this factor. Continuing the example, raise 3 to the power of 0.05 to get 1.056. Step 4 Subtract 1 from the result, to get 0.056. Step 5 Multiply the answer by 100. With this example, this gives a target annual rate of return of 5.6 percent.
the issue is that we don't know what future value we want to target
yeah right?
what would that future value be?
i am not sure?
same here, i guess it's just best to skip
question 9 is incorrect
the gov bond is the most secure, so it is the less riskiest
so it would be municipal common stock preferred @jim_thompson5910
the municipal bond is the safest
whats the second best common stock?
the one that isn't under investigation
got it @jim_thompson5910 10?
i used the compound interest formula for 10
10 is correct
still working on it
hmm I'm getting $660.71 which is too small I think. Let me try again
ok I redid it and got $759.69 which is practically $759.70 like you got so it looks good
question 12 looks good too
13?
question 13 is bound to be wrong @jim_thompson5910
not sure yet
13 is correct
14 and 15?
15 was kind of hard for me @jim_thompson5910
14 is incorrect
how do i fix it? @jim_thompson5910
\[\Large M = \frac{L*i}{1-(1+i)^{-n}}\] M = unknown L = 375500 i = 0.04325/12 n = 12*20 find M
3209.255?
try again
2340.27
better
thanks how is 15?
15 looks good
16 and 17?
still thinking on 16
16 is correct as well
how is it @jim_thompson5910
does your lesson give any formulas about prorated taxes? I'm trying to figure out what the start date is
i dont think so
i have checked
these problems frustrate me because I get so very close but not quite there exactly. I'm off by a few dollars
what did you get?
one sec
Ok I'm getting that she has to pay 1717.78 in taxes and 900.24 in interest Total: 1717.78 + 900.24 = 2,618.02 which is about a dollar off from choice A. So I could be missing something, but idk

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