Identifying Risk in Investment Analysis

30 Apr

Identifying Risk in Investment Analysis

Identifying Risk in Investment Analysis

Friday, April 30, 2021 (10:00 AM to 11:30 AM)
1.5 CE Hours

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“Identifying Risk in Investment Analysis” - This course will take you through various concepts including:
• Understanding the Time Value of Money (TVM)
• Introduction to the Discounted Cashflow Model (DCF)
• Discounting vs. Compounding
• Determine the Amount you should pay for an Investment Using Net Present Value (NPV)
• Calculating the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and what it implies


Michael Hironimus
Michael Hironimus, CCIM is a Certified Investment Advisor and Principal Broker with Duckridge Realty Advisors based in West Linn, OR. Michael specializes in strategic portfolio analysis and commercial investments for high net worth individuals and institutions, focusing on financial, market and risk analyses.
Michael is an instructor for the CCIM Institute, teaching the Market Analysis core course to industry professionals both nationally and internationally.
He is the founder of the Oregon Society of Commercial Investors, the largest commercial real estate society in the state and teaches courses for the society on financial and risk analysis. He is also the 2021 President-elect for the CCIM Oregon/SW Washington chapter, Education Committee member for CCIM, and a member of various other industry groups. 

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