You will receive $5,000 per year, every year for the next five
10. You will receive $5,000 per year, every year for the next five (5) years, beginning at the end of this year.
If you use 6% as your discount rate, calculate the present value of this annuity.
11 Refer to the previous question: this is a(n)
a. back load annuity
b. front load annuity
c. annuity due
d ordinary annuity
e none of the above
12 A client invests $5,000 every year, at the end of each year, beginning one year from today, for the next
five years. The account is expected to earn 6.25% What will the balance be in five years.
13 An investor deposits $5,750 in a certificate of deposit which pays 7.35% and
compounds weekly. What will be the balance in seven (7) years
14 Cash flows from a new factory are expected to be $3,000,000 per year, every year for the next ten (10)
years. If investor’s use 6.25% as the discount rate, calculate the present value of this investment.
15 Parker Corporation is planning to break ground on a new factory. The factory will require an initial cash
outlay of $5,000,000 which will be due in September 2020 (five years). How much will Parker need to deposit,
or set a-side every quarter, for the next 5 years (60 months), in an account that earns 9.35%, in order to have the funds available for this outlay (investment).
16 The value of any asset is
a. whatever a professional appraiser determines is appropriate
b. what the highest bidder is willing to pay for it
c. the current market price
d the discounted value of all expected cash flows
e none of the above
17 Stan Kunbar is interested in investing in a project that is expected to pay $5,000 every ear, for the next fifteen (15)
years. Using a discound rate of 9.25%, what is the present value of this project.
18 $50,000 depoisted in an account earning 3.25% compounded daily. Calculate the future value
19 Following are the historical returns for Cool Hill Ski Resort (where the snow is smooth as silk!)
2011 – 12.0%
2012 – 8.0%
2015 – 7.5%
What is the expected return for 2016 (average) and standard deviation (population) for this Cool Hill
B Standard Deviation (population)=