omg thank you thank you thank you. if not for this, i was actually gonna
have to write out the formula and plug numbers into the variables and type
it all out on my calculator on my exam

Why did you not account for the fact that most bond’s are calculated
semi-annually, with semi-annual payments. in this case, PMT would be $30,
with xP/YR entered as 3, instead of N as 3.

This was an amazing example. You explained it perfectly, thank you!

Can you explain how to do it using convexity and an already known duration?

thank you sooo much

Thanks! This is much clearer than the explanation in the book!

great video! thanks

Nice presentation

how u find NPV for semi annual?

Very useful!

Thanks so much!!!! Was able to follow along on my TI BAII Plus. Appreciate

it.

Thank you so much! Very quick and useful

thanks a lot……

Fantastic thank you!

very very useful, i have struggling for days to calculate duration…thank

you very much!!

Very useful THANKS!!

very useful; though i am using an hp 12c, it’s still applies

Very well done! Thank you

omg thank you thank you thank you. if not for this, i was actually gonna

have to write out the formula and plug numbers into the variables and type

it all out on my calculator on my exam

Why did you not account for the fact that most bond’s are calculated

semi-annually, with semi-annual payments. in this case, PMT would be $30,

with xP/YR entered as 3, instead of N as 3.

good stuff. Works with the 12c also.

Thank You Save my life

Thanks Dr Bhatnagar, I really couldn’t remember how we worked this out in

tutorials

thanks a lot thanks a lot man

thankyou GONNA HAVE EXAM SOON!

Thanks a lot, our finance textbooks don’t explain how to do this and I

managed to teach our professor something new.

Thanks