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Excel Spreadsheet for planning a new business

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

After my recent post about spreadsheets I’ve given away online, I got asked if I ever made a general new business planning Excel spreadsheet. I said “not exactly”…

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Top 5 Excel Spreadsheets I’ve Made

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

I’ve made my share of Excel spreadsheets, I spent a lot of time mastering MS Excel after I completed my MBA. I ended up giving away a number of spreadsheets on this blog…

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30th post about Venture Capital

Saturday, December 18th, 2010

Where to start? Just look at the words themselves, capital even to a Marxist, means something that has value…

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FREE CFA® Level 1 Study Materials

Monday, December 14th, 2009

I thought I was finished with the CFA® program and I can honestly say I have not profited in all senses of the words from doing the CFA program or my MBA. I’m too honest and apparently too generous as once again I’ve made study materials available for free. My career is mostly non-existent so I spend way too many evenings and weekends studying or trying to study for the CFA exams…

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More on Venture Capital Financing

Friday, January 26th, 2007

Although I’m actually trying not to add to this albatross of a weblog, people find some of the stuff I’ve written about in Google and occasionally they write me long detailed questions which I answer…

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Breakeven analysis in a growing market

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

I’ve created a third Excel spreadsheet that can be used to value a company. All three are slightly different, though they all can be used to value a company as a venture capitalist might. All three use the classic VC method which uses the total market size, the company’s market share, and the operating margin at the time of exit to figure out first the terminal net income, then the terminal value and finally the present value…

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Breakeven Analysis using VBA

Friday, November 17th, 2006

In between power outages I’ve been working on improving my ability to use VBA in Excel…

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