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# CFA Level I- Money Market, Bond Equivalent and Bank Discount Yield Calculations

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Deepak Sharma (3 days ago)
Thank you sir 🙏🏻
Michael Borucki (1 month ago)
BBVirtua Virtua (2 months ago)
this was the best guy I have listened on the yields. If everyone used EAY, it would be much better :(
C Laven (5 months ago)
Thank you so much Sir, the most helpful tutorial ever :)
Mitin Sukhwani (5 months ago)
sir i would be highly obliged if you could tell me the bond equivalent yeild in fixed income as it is different from qm please sir do me this favour my id is [email protected]
FinTree (5 months ago)
Sure, for Bond Market (Capital Markets) BEY is calculated as 6 months yield*2, so if you have a Semiannual bond, calculate I/Y in your calculator and multiply with 2, if you have an annual bond, calculate IY and then use I-conversion feature of the calculator and calculate Yield on a semiannual basis.
brushpicks11 (6 months ago)
the EAY is (1+HPY)^365/t - 1 isn't it? Where is the minus 1?
This is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much!!!! <3
Jashan Lal (1 year ago)
how > 3% * (90/360) =12%//// that would be 0.0075....
Girts Janberg (1 year ago)
I am sorry for this video, it's ideal for radio, vasted my time
apocalypse2004 (1 year ago)
Probably one of the dumbest topics on the CFA. We need to do away with these stupid conventions. Great explanation though
Unmesh Rajendran (2 years ago)
Best explanation on the street. Thanks!
Prathyush PG (2 years ago)
really good explanation .
rohan deep (2 years ago)
Can you please explain one more thing it would be really appreciable. The question is how would one come to know which yield to use when???
Yev (2 years ago)
Out of curiosity why is it that the discount yield is not the best measure of the investors returns? I understand the compound and the 360 parts, but why is it investments should be evaluated based on purchase price rather than face value?
Linde_Learn (2 years ago)
This is intuitive learning
lotharpanzer (3 years ago)
Man, I want to thank you for, perhaps, the most helpful tutorial on any topic- CFA or otherwise, that I have seen in a long time! I will be following your tutorials over the next month in preparation! Thanks!!!
Andreas K. (3 years ago)
Thank you perfectly explained!!! :)
Viktor Divilski (3 years ago)
Thank you so much! It is super useful info
rkrana1805 (3 years ago)
very clear and  beautiful explanation
Benjamin Lee (3 years ago)
good explanation. bdy should be 3% * 360/90
FinTree (3 years ago)
Thank you for the feedback :)