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August 9th, 2012, 08:28 AM   #1
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How do i write the cash flow stream?

Hi there, I hope someone could help me..im still unsure of writing or drawing the cash flow stream..
Here is my problem..

for example, i would like to purchase a house for $500,000. The investment will generate 36000 in cash flows each year during the 1st 3 years. (Assume that cash will be received at the end of each year.) At the end of 3 years i will sell the house for $650,000.
How do i write down the cash flow stream of the investment?

my answer is (0,36000,36000,36000)

Am i right??
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Re: How do i write the cash flow stream?

[0](500000)...[1]36000...[2]36000...[3]686000
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