Capital Budgeting

  1. Capital can be raised by issuing either stocks or bonds which make up a firm's capital structure.

    The Optimal Use Of Financial Leverage In A Corporate ...

    The amount of debt and equity that makes up a company's capital structure has many ...
  2. The Basics Of Financing A Business

    From debt financing to equity financing, there are numerous ways to fund a business ...
  3. An Introduction To Capital Budgeting

    We look at three widely used valuation methods and figure out how companies justify ...
  1. Capital Budgeting

    Learn the process through which businesses determine whether projects are worth pursuing. ...
  1. How do you calculate working capital?

    The formula for calculating working capital is straightforward, but lends great insight into the shorter-term health of a ...
  2. How do changes in working capital affect a company's cash flow?

    Working capital represents the difference between a firm's current assets and current liabilities.
  3. What do people mean when they say debt is a relatively cheaper form of finance than ...

    In this case, the "cost" being referred to is the measurable cost of obtaining capital. With debt, this is the interest expense ...
  4. What's the difference between net present value and internal rate of return? How ...

    Both of these measurements are primarily used in capital budgeting, the process by which companies determine whether a new ...
Trading Center