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    Evaluation of Business Opportunity using the Net Asset Value

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    1 What is Charlie's current wealth today?

    Charlie's current wealth today is $4,820,000, but only since we know with certainty that the next installment of his inheritance is coming. His current wealth combines the $2-million he holds in his hands now, with the present value of the $3-million ($2.82 mil.) that's coming in a year, assuming the trustees have locked-in a 6% return the money.

    While the concept of Charlie's total wealth is well-taken in the context of this lesson, and while there's no doubt he could probably leverage his stated net worth, the Protestant in me still has a hard time saying ...

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