How to use the Texas Instrument BA II plus (TI BA II+) to compute present and future values under different compound frequencies, including continuous compounding.
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This video will show you two different approaches to retrieving a bond's full and flat price when we have the realistic situation of a settlement date that occurs in between two coupon dates.
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This video is for financial exam candidates who have little to no experience with the Texas Instruments BA II+. David provides a list of essential settings that you absolutely need to know and be comfortable with if you are going to sit for a financial exam using this calculator.
This is dummy question so was not sure where to put it..when I enter on mine BA II Plus calculator ( by this order):7%+6% = I am receiving 0.0742? Please advice to whom to contact regarding this since it is time wasting issue stopping me in question set working! Thanks a lot in...
Two quick questions about the exam:
1. I noticed in a lot of the questions, the answer of the first question is required to answer the next question. Is the FRM exam structured like this?
2. What is the recommended decimal usage for the calculator?
A valid list is:
Hewlett Packard 12C (including the HP 12C Platinum and the Anniversary Edition)
Hewlett Packard 10B II
Hewlett Packard 10B II+
Hewlett Packard 20B
Texas Instruments BA II Plus (including the BA II Plus Professional)
I (David) still prefer, and I suspect the most common, is the...
What is the FASTEST way to do day count comparisons?
I find this time consuming and tedious.
Example question :
If identical coupon payments are paid on March 1 and September 1 , would corporate bonds accrue more interest from March 1 to September 1, than a T bond from September 1 to...