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SOURCE: What are dividends? a. Interest paid on stocks.

b. Gifts that companies send to stockholders.

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SOURCE: I can load a single sheet of 20 or 24 bond paper but nothing thicker. Any ideas what the problem is?

What brand and model do you have?

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https://www.mathsisfun.com/money/internal-rate-return.html

you have to guess what it is and I guess it to be 34.696 percent

From finance theory this is the finance formula

fv=pv(1+int)^n+pv2(1+int)^n2+pv3(1+int)^n3+pv4(1+int)^n4

10500=2000*(1.34696)^4+2500*(1.34696)^3+1500*(1.34696)^2+2000*(1.34696)^1

but I just used a spreadsheet and calculated the interest earned each year

So in cell c2 formula is =b2+(b2*$b$9/100) d2 you copy cell c2 to it and the interest rate will not alter its cell position

f6 formula is =sum(f1:f5)

then when you finish you just keep altering irr value to get 10500.

The reason for irr is to compare putting your money say in a bank account or in the government bonds market and comparing it to the IRR for your investment in question to see if it is worthwhile .

A true outlook would be to also factor in inflation over this time frame however the other investments are also affected by deflation so you are comparing like returns

you have to guess what it is and I guess it to be 34.696 percent

From finance theory this is the finance formula

fv=pv(1+int)^n+pv2(1+int)^n2+pv3(1+int)^n3+pv4(1+int)^n4

10500=2000*(1.34696)^4+2500*(1.34696)^3+1500*(1.34696)^2+2000*(1.34696)^1

but I just used a spreadsheet and calculated the interest earned each year

So in cell c2 formula is =b2+(b2*$b$9/100) d2 you copy cell c2 to it and the interest rate will not alter its cell position

f6 formula is =sum(f1:f5)

then when you finish you just keep altering irr value to get 10500.

The reason for irr is to compare putting your money say in a bank account or in the government bonds market and comparing it to the IRR for your investment in question to see if it is worthwhile .

A true outlook would be to also factor in inflation over this time frame however the other investments are also affected by deflation so you are comparing like returns

Apr 11, 2017 | In Office Equipment & Supplies

An index which is designed to measure price changes of an overall market, such as the stock market or the bond market. An example is Vanguard's Total Bond Market Index.

May 28, 2015 | HP Real Estate Marketing Assistant...

Depends on the payments plan. If annually, the yield is 10%; if semi-annually then 5%. Quarterly the yeild is 2.5%. A good site to do the actual calculations is investopedia.com.

Jul 20, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Under the category Vehicle Parts & Accessories, come on now, you've got to be kidding me(((((

Aug 22, 2013 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

2nd [CLR TVM] (clear TVM registers)

2 4 0 0 +/- PV ($2400 initial investment, negative because you're paying it out)

6 I/Y (6% annual interest)

1 N (one year)

CPT FV (compute future value, see 2544.00, the value after one year)

5 N (five years)

CPT FV (see 3211.74, the value after five years)

1 0 N (ten years)

CPT FV (see 4298.03, the value after ten years)

2 4 0 0 +/- PV ($2400 initial investment, negative because you're paying it out)

6 I/Y (6% annual interest)

1 N (one year)

CPT FV (compute future value, see 2544.00, the value after one year)

5 N (five years)

CPT FV (see 3211.74, the value after five years)

1 0 N (ten years)

CPT FV (see 4298.03, the value after ten years)

Feb 19, 2011 | Texas Instruments BA II PLUS Financial...

GOOD QUESTION, Patweetyp...

I've got you covered.

Seeing how it's been three weeks since you posted this there's a chance you've already gotten your answer, but let me go ahead solve this for those out there who may have had the same problem.

Background: There are FIVE TVM Keys; and as you would assume, you MUST input FOUR of them in order for the BA II Plus to solve for the fifth. Now let's get down to business.

1. Hit CLR TVM. [This is just a cleanup maneuver]

1a. Hit ENTER [yes, BA II Plus always needs to be told to store the value, ALWAYS]

2. Type in -2400

3. Hit PV [Since you are investing money at time 0, your present value is negative 2400]

3a. Hit ENTER

4. Type 6

5. Hit I/Y [Your annually compounded interest rate is 6 percent]

5a. Hit ENTER

6. Type 0

7. Hit PMT [you do not have any recurring deposits*]

7a. Hit ENTER

8. Type 1

9. Hit N [there is one year until expiration/liquidation/termination]

9a. Hit ENTER

10. Hit CPT

11. Hit FV [this is your ANSWER = 2544]

----- From here, all you would need to do is change N in order to get your other answers (5 years, 10 years, etc) ----

*If your calculation does not require a recurring payment then you really just have a basic equation of value which would be solved faster by hand. (IE, 2400*(1.06)^1=FV=2544).

You'll notice that I underlined "annually compounded" as well as "one year". The reason for this is because you ALWAYS need your interest term to match your time interval. For instance, if you had monthly payments of which you wanted the year-end total you would need a monthly effective interest rate, and N would be 12.

Okay, I hope that helped. The BAII Plus is the best calculator for time-value-money calculations I've come across. When things get more advanced, you will start using the amortization table which cannot be found in any other TI Calculator (from what I know). TVM is perfect for annuities, mortgages, loans, bonds, and more.

411@themathcheetah.com for more questions.

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS = 1-800-TI-CARES...they are friendly.

I've got you covered.

Seeing how it's been three weeks since you posted this there's a chance you've already gotten your answer, but let me go ahead solve this for those out there who may have had the same problem.

Background: There are FIVE TVM Keys; and as you would assume, you MUST input FOUR of them in order for the BA II Plus to solve for the fifth. Now let's get down to business.

1. Hit CLR TVM. [This is just a cleanup maneuver]

1a. Hit ENTER [yes, BA II Plus always needs to be told to store the value, ALWAYS]

2. Type in -2400

3. Hit PV [Since you are investing money at time 0, your present value is negative 2400]

3a. Hit ENTER

4. Type 6

5. Hit I/Y [Your annually compounded interest rate is 6 percent]

5a. Hit ENTER

6. Type 0

7. Hit PMT [you do not have any recurring deposits*]

7a. Hit ENTER

8. Type 1

9. Hit N [there is one year until expiration/liquidation/termination]

9a. Hit ENTER

10. Hit CPT

11. Hit FV [this is your ANSWER = 2544]

----- From here, all you would need to do is change N in order to get your other answers (5 years, 10 years, etc) ----

*If your calculation does not require a recurring payment then you really just have a basic equation of value which would be solved faster by hand. (IE, 2400*(1.06)^1=FV=2544).

You'll notice that I underlined "annually compounded" as well as "one year". The reason for this is because you ALWAYS need your interest term to match your time interval. For instance, if you had monthly payments of which you wanted the year-end total you would need a monthly effective interest rate, and N would be 12.

Okay, I hope that helped. The BAII Plus is the best calculator for time-value-money calculations I've come across. When things get more advanced, you will start using the amortization table which cannot be found in any other TI Calculator (from what I know). TVM is perfect for annuities, mortgages, loans, bonds, and more.

411@themathcheetah.com for more questions.

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS = 1-800-TI-CARES...they are friendly.

Feb 19, 2011 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

You are considering buying bonds in ACBB, Inc. The bonds have a par value of $1,000 and

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

Jan 23, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

You are considering buying bonds in ACBB, Inc. The bonds have a par value of $1,000 and

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

Jan 22, 2011 | Casio FX9750GII Graphic Calculator

The future value would be $2604.30, so the yield to maturity would be $1,604.30

This calculation is based on 7.5% interest compounded twice per year (semiannually)

Hope this helps!

This calculation is based on 7.5% interest compounded twice per year (semiannually)

Hope this helps!

Oct 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

You are considering buying bonds in ACBB, Inc. The bonds have a par value of $1,000 and

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

mature in 37 years. The annual coupon rate is 10.0% and the coupon payments are annual. If

you believe that the appropriate discount rate for the bonds is 13.0%, what is the value of the

bonds to you? (Hint: Bond value - annual pmts)

Sep 13, 2010 | Casio CFX 9850GB Plus Calculator

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