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|Your First Step Guide|
|Introduction to FM & Eco syllabus|
|How to start FM & Eco course|
|FM and Eco: Task Meter|
|FM and Eco: Test Meter|
|#1 What is the FM and its purpose|
|#2 Syllabus introduction|
|#1 Absolute comparison|
|#2 What is present value and how to compute it|
|#3 Example to understand concept of present value part 1|
|#4 Example to understand concept of pv factor part 2|
|#5 What is net present value|
|#6 How to compute inflows|
|#7 PV of inflows in case inflows of all years are same|
|#8 Numerical on cash inflows|
|#9 Question on NPV|
|#10 Question on NPV self practice|
|#11 Important numerical of NPV|
|#12 Profitability index|
|#12A Question on profitability index|
|#14 What is internal rate of return (IRR)|
|#15 Relationship between IRR and NPV|
|#16 How to compute internal rate of return|
|#17 Question on internal rate of return|
|#18 Question on internal rate of return|
|#19 Combined question on NPV and internal rate of return|
|#20 Combined question of NPV and IRR very important|
|#21 Payback period|
|#22 Discounted pay back period|
|#23 Accounting rate of return|
|#24 Modified internal rate of return|
|#25 Capital rationing projects with different investment amount|
|#26 Projects with unequal lives replacement chain method|
|#27 Projects with unequal life equivalent annualized cash flows very important|
|Question 12 part 1|
|Question 12 part 2|
|Question 13 part 1|
|Question 13 part 2|
|Question 14 part 1|
|Question 14 part 2|
|Question 35 part 1|
|Question 35 part 2|
|Risk analysis in capital budgeting|
|#1 Techniques sources and reasons for adjustments|
|#2 Probability method single year cash flows are given|
|#3 Probability method multiple year cash inflows|
|#4 Variance and standard deviation method|
|#5 Co-efficient of variation|
|#6 Conventional techniques risk adjusted discount rate|
|#7 Conventional techniques certainty equivalents|
|#8 Other techniques sensitive analysis most important|
|#9 Other techniques scenario analysis|
|Ratio Analysis : Kindly solve ICAI questions only after watching all twenty one videos|
|#1 Liquidity ratios current ratio|
|#2 Liquidity ratios quick ratio|
|#3 Liquidity ratios important questions|
|#4 Liquidity ratio cash ratio|
|#5 Profitability ratios|
|#6 Profitability ratios concepts|
|#7 Profitability ratios important illustrations|
|#8 Capital employed return on investment return on capital employed|
|#9 Return on investment profitability ratios|
|#10 Return on assets and return on equity|
|#11 EPS, DPS dividend pay out ratio|
|#12 Price earning ratio, dividend yield, earnings yield, market value to book value|
|#13 Long term solvency ratios concept|
|#14 Long term solvency ratios questions for practice|
|#15 Leverage ratios, coverage ratios, debt service and others|
|#16 Long term solvency ratios, capital gearing ratio + equity ratio|
|#17 Turnover ratios inventory turnover ratio with questions|
|#18 Turnover ratios debtor and creditor turnover ratios|
|#19 Working capital turnover ratio|
|#20 Other turnover ratios|
|#21 Most important questions|
|Management of working capital|
|#2 Computation of amount of raw-material|
|#3 Raw material holding period|
|#4 Computation of wages payable and overheads payable|
|#5 Computation of work in progress part 1|
|#6 Computation of work in progress part 2|
|#7 Summary of raw material, direct wages and work in progress|
|#7A Conceptual discussion related to raw material watch this video twice or thrice|
|#8 Computation related to finished goods|
|#9 Computation of cash and prepaid expenses|
|#10 Computation of receivables|
|#11 Computation of amount of creditors|
|#12 Question complete working capital estimation|
|#12A Concept of non cash cost|
|#14 Question working capital estimation on cash cost basis|
|#15 Computation of working capital in case of double shift part 1|
|#16 Computation of working capital in case of double shift part 2|
|#17 Operating cycle|
|Working capital management : Receivables management|
|#1 Evaluation of credit policy introduction|
|#2 Computation of opportunity cost of funds|
|#3 Question for practice i|
|#4 Question for practice ii|
|#5 Question for practice iii|
|#6 Question for practice iv|
|#7 ICAI practice question very important|
|#8 ICAI practice question very important|
|#9 Financing receivables pledging and factoring|
|#10 Pledging question for practice|
|#11 Factoring basic concepts part 1|
|#12 Factoring basic concepts with question part 2|
|Working capital management : Inventory and trade payable management|
|#1 Inventory management|
|#2 Trade payable management|
|#3 Trade payable management very important question|
|Working capital management: Cash budget|
|#1 Question 1 on cash budget|
|#2 Question 2 on cash budget|
|#3 Question 3 on cash budget|
|#4 Question 4 on cash budget|
|Cash budget format discussion|
|William J. Baumol model|
|Question 10 part 1|
|Question 10 part 2|
|Question 15 part 1|
|Question 15 part 2|
|Cost of capital|
|#1A Concept of tax benefit|
|#2 Cost of irredeemable debentures|
|#3 Cost of redeemable debentures|
|#4 Cost of debt using present value method YTM|
|#5 Amortisation of bond|
|#6 Cost of convertible debentures|
|#7 Cost of preference share capital|
|#8 Cost of equity dividend price approach|
|#9 Cost of equity earning price approach|
|#10 Cost of equity CAPM approach|
|#11 Cost of equity realized yield approach|
|#12 Cost of retained earnings|
|#12A Weighted avg cost of capital|
|#14 Practice question on WACC|
|#15 Practice question on WACC and MCC|
|#16 Practice question of WACC|
|#1 Meaning and type of leverage|
|#2 Concept of operating leverage|
|#3 Relationship between breakeven point and operating leverage|
|#4 Relationship between change in sales and change in EBIT using OL|
|#5 Relationship between EBIT, OL and BEP|
|#6 Summary of all points in operating leverage|
|#7 Questions on operating leverage|
|#8 Financial leverage|
|#9 Relationship of financial leverage with EBIT, Interest and EPS|
|#10 Combined leverage with question for practice|
|#11 Question for practice|
|#2 Net Income approach|
|#3 Traditional approach|
|#4 Numerical for practice|
|#5 Net operating income approach|
|#6 MM approach arbitrage process part 1|
|#7 MM approach arbitrage process part 2|
|#8 Numerical for practice on MM approach|
|#9 Trade-off theory|
|#10 Pecking order theory|
|#11 Break-even point and indifference point|
|#12 Indifference point with illustration|
|13 Important illustration for practice|
|#1 Relationship between retention ratio and growth|
|#2 Dividend pattern between growth and matured companies|
|#3 MM approach|
|#4 Walter's model|
|#5 Gordon's model|
|#6 Traditional model and stock split|
|E - Book : Financial Management Theory|
|Economics and Finance|
|Determination of national income|
|Unit 1: National income accounting|
|#1 Domestic income and national income|
|#2 Relationship between domestic income and national income|
|#3 Concept of market price and factor cost|
|#4 Introduction to value addition method|
|#5 Compute national income with value addition method|
|#6 Sector based sum of value addition|
|#7 Value addition method numerical|
|#8 Sales and purchases based on value addition method|
|#9 Derivation of income distribution method|
|#10 Compensation of employees based on income distribution method|
|#11 Other component of factor payment based on income distribution method|
|#12 Numerical based on income distribution method|
|#13 Introduction of expenditure method|
|#14 Derivation of expenditure method|
|#15 Numerical based on expenditure method|
|#16 Reconcillation and summary of Value added, income and expenditure method|
|#17 National disposable income with numerical|
|#18 Private income|
|#19 Personal income and personal disposable income|
|#20 Numerical on personal disposable income|
|#21 What is transfers and why not included in national income or domestic income ?|
|#22 Transfer by government and rest of world & disposable income|
|#23 Real and nominal gdp and price index|
|#24 Stock and flows|
|#25 Circular flow of income|
|#26 Summary what is included and what is excluded from national income _|
|Unit 2: The Keynesian theory of national income|
|#1 Meaning of ad and components of ad|
|#2 Meaning of as and why it is equal o national income|
|#3 Propensity to consume and save meaning of apc, aps, mpc and mps|
|#4 Relationship between apc aps and mpc mps|
|#5 Autonomous consuption minimum level of consumption|
|#6 Minimum and maximum values of mpc and mps|
|#7 Consumption function and savings function|
|#8 Break even point and significance of 45 degree line|
|#9 Derivation of conspumtion curve from savings curve and savings curve from consumption curve|
|#10 Numerical on consumption function, savings function and break even point|
|#11 Derivation of aggregate demand curve|
|#12 Determination of equilibrium level of national income from ad as approach part 1|
|#13 Determination of equilibrium level of national income from ad as approach part 2|
|#14 Determination of equilibrium level of national income from savings and investment approach|
|#15 Simultaneous equilibrium level of national income from ad as and si approach|
|#16 Investment multiplier part 1|
|#17 #16 Investment multiplier part 2|
|#18 Determination of equilibrium income three sector model|
|#19 Determination of equilibrium income: Four sector mode|
|Unit 1: The concept of money demand important theories|
|#1 Demand for money and factors affecting demand for money|
|#2 Quantity theory of money irving fisher|
|#3 The cambridge approach neo classical or cash balance approach|
|#4 Keynesian theory of demand for money|
|#5 Keynesian theory of demand for money ii precautionary motive|
|#6 Keynesian theory of demand for money iii speculative motive|
|#7 Inventory theoretic approach baumol and tobin|
|#8 Friedmans restatement of the quantity theory|
|#9 James tobin portfolio approach to demand for money|
|Unit 2: The concept of money supply|
|#1 Meaning of money supply|
|#2 Sources of money supply|
|#3 Measurement of money supply Part 1|
|#4 Reserve money important|
|#5 New monetary aggregates and liquidity aggregates|
|#6 Determinants of money supply|
|#7 Meaning and determinants of money multiplier|
|#8 Effect of government expenditure on money supply|
|Unit 3: Monetary policy|
|#1 Meaning and objectives of monetary policy|
|#2 Analytics of monetary policy|
|#3 Implementation of monetary policy i|
|#4 Implementation of monetary policy iii|
|#5 Monetary policy framework agreement|
|#6 Monetary policy commitee|
|Unit 1: Fiscal functions|
|#1 The allocation function|
|#2 Redistribution function|
|#3 Stabilisation function of government|
|Unit 2: Market failure|
|#1 Market failure and reasons for market failure|
|#2 Types of externalities and public goods|
|#3 Negative externalities and social cost very important|
|Unit 3: Government intervention to correct market failure|
|#1 Government initiative towards negative externalizes|
|#2 Merit goods, characteristics and government intervention|
|#3 Demerit goods, characterstics and government interevention|
|#4 Government interventions in other cases|
|Unit 4: Fiscal policy|
|#1 Discretionary and non iscretionary fisacl policy|
|#2 Expansionary fiscal policy|
|#3 Contractionary fiscal policy|
|#4 Miscellaenous topics|
|Unit 1: Theories of international trade|
|#1 Meaning and arguments for international trade|
|#2 Theory of mercantilists and absolute advantage|
|#3 Theory of comparative advantage david ricardo|
|#4 Heckscher ohlin theory of trade and difference between comparative cost and modern theory|
|#5 New trade theory|
|Theories of international trade assignment|
|Unit 2: The instruments of trade policy|
|#1 Meaning of tariff and forms of tariff|
|#2 Tariff variations part 1|
|#3 Types of tariffs visualisation part 2|
|#4 Types of tariif visualisation part 3|
|#5 Effects of tariffs|
|#6 Ntms technical measures|
|#7 Ntms non technical import related measures|
|#8 Export related measures|
|The instruments of trade policy assignment|
|Unit 3: Trade negotiations|
|#1 Regional trade agreements|
|#2 GATT and Establishment of WTO|
|#3 Objectives, structure and principles of WTO|
|#4 Agreements and issues of WTO|
|Trade negotiations assignment|
|Unit 4: Exchange rates and its economic effects|
|#1 Meaning of exchange rate and type|
|#2 Nominal and Real Exchange Rates (Important)|
|#3 Arbitrage, currency appreciation and depreciation|
|#4 Impacts of foreign exchange fluctuations|
|Exchange rates and its economic effects assignment|
|Unit 5: International capital movements|
|#1 Basics and FDI vs FPI|
|#2 Types of FDI|
|#3 Reasons, benefits and arguments for FDI|
|International capital movements assignment|
|Financial Management theory|
|#1 Scope and objectives of financial management|
|#2 Types of financing part 1|
|#2 Types of financing part 2|
|#2 Types of financing part 3|
|#3 Financial analysis and planning - ratio analysis|
|#4 Cost of capital|
|#5 Financing decisions - capital structure|
|#6 Financing decisions - leverages|
|#7 Investment decisions|
|#8 Risk analysis in capital budgeting|
|#9 Dividend decisions|
|#10A Management of working capital|
|#10B Management of working capital|
|Mock Test Papers|
|Economics and Finance|
|Nov 2022 Test Series: March, April & May|
|11-03-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : Capital budgeting + Risk analysis at 2:00pm|
|11-03-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper|
|11-03-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer|
|25-03-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : Working capital at 2:00pm|
|25-03-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper|
|25-03-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer|
|08-04-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : Other chapter at 2:00pm|
|08-04-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper|
|08-04-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer|
|22-04-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : Eco (Unit 1 and 2) at 2:00pm|
|22-04-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper|
|22-04-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer|
|06-05-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : Eco (Unit 3 and 4) at 2:00pm|
|06-05-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper|
|06-05-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer|
|20-05-2022 | FM and Eco | Syllabus : full course test at 2:00pm|
|20-05-2022 CA Foundation FM Eco & Question paper.|
|20-05-2022 CA Foundation FM Eco & Suggested answer|
|Nov 2022 Test Series: June, July & August|
|10-06-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Capital budgeting + Risk analysis at 2:00pm|
|10-06-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|10-06-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|24-06-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Working capital at 2:00pm|
|24-06-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|24-06-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|08-07-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Chapter 1 to 6 and 9 FM at 2:00pm|
|08-07-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|08-07-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|22-07-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Eco (Unit 1 and 2) at 2:00pm|
|27-07-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|27-07-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|05-08-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Eco (Chapter 3 and 4) at 2:00pm|
|05-08-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|05-08-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|19-08-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : full course test at 2:00pm|
|19-08-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Suggested answer.|
|19-08-2022 CA Inter FM & Eco Question paper.|
|Nov 2022 Topic Wise Test Series:|
|07-10-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Eco full course test at 2:00pm|
|Nov 2022 Full Course Test Series:|
|30-10-2022 | FM & Eco | Syllabus : Full course test at 2:00pm|
|Live Doubts Class:|
|01-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
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|08-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
|09-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
|12-10-2022: 09:00am to 09:30am: Doubts class of FM|
|14-10-2022: 09:00am to 09:30am: Doubts class of FM|
|15-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
|16-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
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|22-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
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|26-10-2022: 09:00am to 09:30am: Doubts class of FM|
|28-10-2022: 09:00am to 09:30am: Doubts class of FM|
|29-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
|30-10-2022: 11:00am to 12:00pm: Doubts class of Economics|
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