Posts Tagged ‘discounted cashflows’

Discounting Cashflows - A Deeper Dive

Discounting Cashflows – A Deeper Dive

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance

Welcome! This post is meant to accompany Chapter 5 and Appendix to Chapter 5 “On Discounting Cashflows” in my book “The Financial Rules For New College Graduates – Invest Before Paying Off Debt And Other Tips Your Professors Did Not Teach You.” (Praeger, April 2018.) I’m convinced the only way to really learn discounting cashflows […]

Compound Interest - A Deeper Dive

Compound Interest – A Deeper Dive

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Blog Posts, Investing, Personal Finance

Welcome! This post is meant to accompany Chapter 4 “On Compound Interest” and the Appendix to Chapter 4, in my book The Financial Rules For New College Graduates: Invest Before Paying Off Debt and Other Tips Your Professors Didn’t Teach You (ABC-CLIO Praeger, 2018.)1 I highly recommend you open up a spreadsheet alongside this material. […]

What Is The Value of A Skills Upgrade?

What Is The Value of A Skills Upgrade?

By The Banker | Blog Posts

A version of this post ran in The Rivard Report. What is the value of an education? Like many, I see education from a combination of angles. Unquestionably, education makes us broader thinkers and more sparkling conversationalists. Education makes us more actualized humans. But as a finance guy, a small evil part of me always […]

Book Review: Master Math; Business and Personal Finance Math

Book Review: Master Math; Business and Personal Finance Math

By The Banker | Book Reviews, Personal Finance

I’m finishing up teaching an undergraduate course on Personal Finance this month, for which I find the assigned textbook totally useless, so I am on a quest to come up with a useful book to recommend for students as well as Bankers Anonymous readers. What’s useful The most impressive strength of Master Math: Business and […]