Undergraduate Finance Lecture at Purdue University Northwest.

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Hello Pat. Great lesson!

Question: If interest rate on all debt is 12% and total debt is $20,000 why is the interest expense $510 for both the current and forecast year? Thanks

Great insight, thanks for sharing.

Thanks for the video

Kindly could you please share the excel sheet on Dropbox Thanks

Thanks for the video

Kindly could you please share the excel sheet on Dropbox Thanks

Great lessons. Thanks Prof.

A Nigerian brother doing something beautiful, thanks Obi

Can you please upload the excel document that you used. That would be huge!!

Thank you so much for doing this.

Hi Pat. Greetings from Africa. Great Video. Thank you. Where can I upload the data Excel? I want to reedit the exercise by myself. Thank you.

How can I calculate "G" if I am doing manually .

thanks for your effort very useful …….please share the file if it possible

If the assets is higher then liabilities – doesn't it means that we dont require AFN?

that was very useful. thank you

Very useful thanks …..We need more videos about forecasting and budgeting and plz add the excel file

can i get excel sheet for the above ?

Thanks Pat. About to start a new media company. this was quite useful.

Hi Pat. Would you like to share your template please?

This is great. I am doing see forcasting for a turnaround company now. Happy to make our own but do you happen to have a template?

Pat could you please share the excel file u used. Thnaks a million

Thanks all for your kind comments. Some have asked for the Excel file, which I think defeats the purpose of this presentation. To replicate the analysis, simply retype the input data and only the first column of data…takes no more than 5 minutes; and then perform the analysis.

Hi Pat, thanks for the video! Quick question- at the end, we determined the self-sustaining growth rate which would the maximum sales growth the company could achieve without dipping into debt. However, to support sales growth, you'd need additional assets to support it, which would need further financing through debt or equity. Since this company has excess equity, could they not use that to finance the required assets to support sales growth? Thanks 🙂

thanks prof pat obi

Hi are you available now? I know this video is old but is very relevant to my current project.

Awesome Information 👌👏👏

Thank you Mr. Pat Obi.

Thanks Prof

can you share the excel sheet for me?thank you.

Nice presentation, keep it up. Thank you very much.

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How can I calculate the growth rate (g*) manually?

Could you share with me the file of this show? Thank you so much in advance.