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Time Value of Money

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time value of money, future value, present value, future value of annuity, present value of annuity, and Loan Amortization Analysis.
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Babangida Omolos (1 year ago)
would have been so good if only you used a normal or scientific calculator. We want to learn the formulas.
Azar Aftimos (2 years ago)
Thank you.
Vianny Milton (2 years ago)
Thank You..!
Yousef Alem (2 years ago)
Much appreciated, man!
alverage70 (3 years ago)
Thank u, superb explanation!! keep making more please.
Adam Guerguis (3 years ago)
Thank You sir. Very Helpful! 
Issa Haleem (3 years ago)
super useful thank you 
Tabane Ramasala (4 years ago)
Great vid...but alil too fast.
Mukunda Khanal (4 years ago)
Thank you
Prof. Mohammed Ahmed (4 years ago)
Haroon Rehan (4 years ago)
Very Nice and superb Conceptual presentation. I was confused with Lum Sum & Annuity concept. Now i got clear understanding of All. Thanks Prof. Muhammad Ahmed Sb.
Prof. Mohammed Ahmed (4 years ago)
236600 = 5000 * (((1+ i )^60 / i ) - (1 / i ) ) solve for i, the monthly interest rate. 236600 is the Future Value, 5000 payments, 60 months, and i is the interest rate.
Mohini Thakkar (4 years ago)
I have a doubt ... If I want to find out the interest rate of an annuity of 5000 for 60 months which would result in 236600 then how can I calculate it with my scientific calculator ??
Bo Manry (5 years ago)
Great explanation.
Tarek seif el nasr (5 years ago)
Sujith Abraham (5 years ago)
Very nice presentation. Which software did you use for preparing this, Professor?
cashquotator (6 years ago)
Thank you sir, I have learned a lot with your video
Hewhosmokeswomen (6 years ago)
Fantastic video. I will be sharing with my finance class.
Prof. Mohammed Ahmed (6 years ago)
@skasaveszero Hello, Thanks for the advice., and I will slow down in the next videos. I was trying to reduce the size and length of the video. In this video, I am using financial calculators (TI or HP), and in the financial calculators 1% is entered as 1 and ½% as 0.5. Yes, 6% /2 = ½ or 0.5%. Yes, it can be written in decimals as .005.. All the calculation explained in the video are correct.
Prof. Mohammed Ahmed (7 years ago)
@yscslim Thanks for the comments. I will in next videos.
Tom Yang (7 years ago)
Thks....just a suggestion ...slow down a bit lol
KosAAAGH (7 years ago)
Thank you

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