Financial Modeling Module – Application case 3

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  • #4837
    Nancy777
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    For assignment 5: “Determine the average scale factor between interest rate curves and the sales history”. Is there anyone can explain how to get the average scale factor, and what does it mean?

    #4877
    Vinny
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    Hi Nancy777,

    Were you able to track down an answer to this? I am struggling with the same question. I thought I found something and moved on. But I think I need the correct answer in step 5 to do other steps. Thanks!

    #4885
    Nancy777
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    Hi Lucas,

    I have got the same results  as in the answersheet for step 5, I thought you can use this correct answer to do other steps.

    #4898
    Nancy777
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    Is there anyone who know how to use the 4 and 8 period SMA models to create a 2020 prediction of total sales in step 7? I’m struggling with it and cannot get the same results with the answer sheet.

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    philx
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I’m facing the same issue as well. I manage to get consistent average sales per DGS for 4 period and 8 period, but it is not apparent how this is calculated.</p>

    #8794
    Gerald Barkes
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    Hello. Personally, I, in order to solve different financial issues that require a serious approach, always appeal to financial modeling professionals.

    #8839
    Gerald Barkes
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    Hello. Personally, I, in order to solve different financial issues that require a serious approach, always appeal to financial modeling professionals. What is financial modeling? This is a process that will significantly improve the quality of your life. Many can say that they have everything in life and so everything is beautiful and enough for them. I will not even argue with it! But when you start rationally to use money, it is easier for you to postpone, for example, on the car of your dreams. Do you understand what I mean?

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