Finance Question

I’m working on a practice math exam, and need explanations and answers for practice questions to help me study. The questions are look like following:

1. (20) Automobile dealerships often advertise promotions such as no payments for 90 days!” or similar deals

that sound too good to be true. The goal, of course, is to entice buyers with the ever-tantalizing prospect

of getting something now without having to worry about how to pay for it until later. Suppose that you are

looking to buy a car priced at \$35,000 and are oered a loan with a down payment of \$5,000 and an APR of

6% over 60 months.

(a) (5) Calculate the monthly payment for this loan.

(b) (5) Now suppose that the dealer oers you no money down, no interest, and no payments for 90 days!”

and you naively interpret this to imply that the remaining payments are unchanged. In present value

terms, what price do you think that you are paying for the car?

(c) (5) Somewhat coming to your senses, you realize that your monthly payment will go up to oset the

missing initial payments, but still believe that you will see some savings because of the time value of

avoiding interest for three months. What monthly payment do you calculate and what do price do you

think you are paying?

(d) (5) Finally, you realize that if the dealer had any intention of oering you a discount, he would have let

you know how much you’d be saving, and that no interest” simply means that any unpaid interest is

2. (20) One of the shortcomings of the dividend discount model is that it assumes that the rm can grow at the

same rate indenitely, and projecting a company’s future prospects based only on a brief snapshot of its current

status can lead to wildly unrealistic estimates of its growth opportunities. Suppose that shares of Fly By Night

Inc. are currently priced at P0 = 100, compared to a book value of B0 = 20 per share, with forecasted earnings

of E1 = 8 and a scheduled dividend payment of D1 = 3 per share.

(a) (5) Using the constant growth model, estimate Fly By Night’s growth rate g and market capitalization

rate r. Do these numbers seem plausible to you?

(b) (5) Upon closer inspection, you observe that all of Fly By Night’s growth opportunities consist only of a

single investment project this year. After this year it cannot repeat this or undertake any other positive

NPV project, and must pay out all subsequent earnings to shareholders. Suppose you believe that you

are the only one who is aware of this, while all other investors are convinced that the stock will continue

growing at the same rate forever. What should the stock be priced at?

(c) (10) You now realize that all investors are well aware of Fly By Night’s limited growth opportunities, and

ected in its price. What is the correct discount rate?

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