Capital Structure I

Capital Structure looks at how a firm finances the assets they have. In other words, the mix of debt and equity that a firm has. If there is one thing you learn in all of this: Debt makes good times great and bad times horrible.

  1. Capital Structure class I

    An introduction to capital structure for my Corporate Finance classes. I made this video that serves as a good introduction to the topic...

  2. Capital Structure II

    Capital Structure "class" II--a continuation of the discussion that looks at some of the downside of debt. (NOTE: Apple has issued debt ...

  3. Capital Structure by way of ratios

    Capital structure is the mix of debt and equity. So to begin off, it makes sense to remember for a second how we measure this and why (an...

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  4. A look at the US debt market from SIFMA

    Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) gathers data from the US and shows issuance and trading of debt. While thi...

  5. Global Debt to Equity Ratio, 2005 - 2010

    Just to get a further feel for how these ratios work and move around, I will give a few different examples of their use. They are all pr...

  6. Debt data by industry from Aswath Damodaran

    Firms in the same industry have quite a bit in common. What can you see about the debt levels at these industries? Here are some ge...

  7. Teaching notes on Modigliani and Miller from Christine Parlour from Berkely

    Ok, so I am not holding you responsible for all of these, but they are so well done, I had to at least offer them to you. Christine, gre...

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