WACC Defined and Calculated

The speaker discusses the definition of the weighted average cost of capital (WACC).  He then covers how the WACC is calculated and mentions that it represents a blended cost of capital from all sources of funds; bonds, equity, preferred stocks, etc.  He walks through a simple example and illustrates how to calculate WACC. 
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