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June 4th, 2015, 06:28 PM   #21
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Sir Denis/Wilmer/Boris

When ambiguous language is used to state a problem then you leave open room for refuting the argument with your own spin on the story

Your pun at Anna taking an extra month for cleansing of secure body parts is your spin on me mistaking an ordinary annuity with a deferred annuity by a month.

Funny how you amuse people at my expense, or entertain them at my expense.

I respect you a lot Sir Denis/Wilmer/Boris if these names were genuine or bear resemblance to your actual name that lurks behind the anonymity of internet.

I could have gone back to my paper and pencil solution to rid the formulas of an extra discount by a month but don't expect me to do so.

Long time ago in 2008 when I first joined MHF, I got a jolt of reality check when MHF was taken down by a malware attack or domain was in a limbo for couple of weeks. Checking on MHF facebook page leaving a message was greeted by an insult as I was not wanted there.

That was 2008 then in 2014 at MHF many of my accounts such as AbrahamA/GhostAccount were suspended as I offered trial version of my flagship product an Excel add-on which was the end result of 8 years of reseach.

But those who run the show here in this part of the world take others property for granted and call it there own. So was the story of a Financial Engineer with an American Cream or was it an American Dream.

I will not respond to your thread titled Short Annuity as I do not wish to be ridiculed any longer by someone whom I respected and still do for what that person Denis/Wilmer/Boris knows about Financial Mathematics.
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June 4th, 2015, 06:59 PM   #22
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Real name is Denis Borris. Father Irish, mother French and the boss,
so we had to go to French school! Tu comprends?

Surprised you took my jabs that way; I was sure you could tell all I
was doing was joking...and no one jokes with someone he dislikes.

Best of luck in all your future endeavors.
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June 4th, 2015, 09:25 PM   #23
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Best of luck in all your future endeavors.
It's very simple

Given

PV = 0

FV = PV (1+i)^n

No matter what the rate or no matter how long the horizon

FV = 0
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