Environment and Theoretical Structure of Financial Accounting
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Resources are efficiently allocated if they are given to enterprises that will use them to provide goods and services desired by society and not to enterprises that will waste them. The capital markets are the mechanism that fosters this efficient allocation of resources.
Two extremely important variables that must be considered in any investment decision are the expected rate of return and the uncertainty or risk of that expected return.
In the long run, a company will be able to provide investors and creditors with a rate of return only if it can generate a profit. That is, it must be able to use the resources