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- 1. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools Mathematics schematics… Arithmetic, logarithmic, and geometric return Quantitative Cost Based Tools? 1. Net Present Value (NPV) 2.ROR/ROI 3. Cost Based Analysis Ratios 4.Monte Carlo Simulation 5.Probability Studies
- 2. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools http://www.12manage.com/methods_npv.html Net Present Value
- 3. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools Microsoft excel templates = Free downloads Net Present Value
- 4. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools ROR and ROI Calculating the Rate of Return on Investments Say you invest $100 in an automotive company’s stock, which is your capital. One year later your investment yields $110. Calculate with the following formula. ((Return – Capital) / Capital) x 100% = ROI (($110 - $100) / $100) x 100% = 10% ROI of 10%
- 5. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools Cost Based Analysis Ratios (Cost < Benefit = Potential Profit) (Cost > Benefit = Potential Loss) Benefits / Cost = Ratio
- 6. Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools Monte Carlo Simulations
- 7. Probability Studies Bayes Theorem Standard Deviation Z scores Venn Diagrams Quantitative Cost Based Analysis Tools
- 8. References Damato, K. Doing the Math: Tech Investors' Road to Recovery is Long. Wall Street Journal, pp.C1-C19, May 18, 2001

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