Investment

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  • Reflection On Investment And Investment

    need to know the right time to save and when to choose investing. Investments, as the dictionary defines it, is something that is purchased with money that is expected to produce income or profit. There are three basic types of investments: ownership, lending and cash equivalents. Ownerships investments are the most profitable class of investments. Examples of ownership investments are stocks, business and Real Estate. Lending investments allow the person investing to be the bank. Lending investments has a lower risk than ownership investments…

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  • Investment: Case Study: BF016 Investments

    STUDENT NAME: Duc Thinh Vu INSTRUCTOR: Mark Franich SUBJECT: Investments ASSIGNMENT 1 BF016 Investments Assessment 1 – Case Study (Individual) The role of finance is explained through the analyzing of financial to distinguish the different of finance theories. Finance theory including studying the different ways via individuals raise funds and businesses, spend those funds in the most profitable ways, and invest the excess in portfolios that reap the best…

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  • Case Study: SIP Investment Or Lumpsum Investment?

    Case Study SIP Investment or Lumpsum Investment? The concept of SIP and Lumpsum are the two modes of investment strategy that is followed by investors in the capital markets. SIP investments are maintained in a disciplined form in investment strategy where client is providing money according to the stipulated plan or contract. Lumpsum investment is followed by investing the entire amount into a chosen equity stocks or plan. Lumpsum investing strategy is mostly followed by the experienced…

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  • The Importance Of Investment

    Investment is risk. There is no investment that is completely secure and completely safe. Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Real Estate, every investment option holds the risk of losing money. The objective of investing one’s wealth is to generate income for the future. People fear that investing their wealth is putting their future at risk, a fear is holding down the success of that wealth. Wayne Gretzky, the greatest hockey player of all time, famously said, “ You miss one hundred percent of…

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  • Investments And Investment: The Relationship Between Risk And Return

    When making an investment in any business, it is important to understand how it works in order to safeguard hard earned money being invested. Many people who go blindly investing in any form of ‘get rich quick’ schemes finally end up losing it all. Such investments are examples of uncalculated and unworthy risks that only end up with regrets. While many people only invest in order to make quick cash, they do not understand the theories behind risks and returns. Therefore, it is important to…

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  • The Importance Of Capital Investment

    Capital investment decisions are essentially made by top level management such as the CEO or president of the company as this is where strategic decisions usually are conducted (Reference for Business, 2016). Therefore, capital investment decisions generally have to be made by the top executive level management individuals that are used to making decisions on investments that have a long term impact on the company’s performance and productivity. Additionally, capital investment decisions are…

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  • Neoclassical Investment Theory

    Firm-specific monthly data for this study were obtained from the CRSP. The authors propose and test a new model based on the neoclassical theory of investment. Specific data on stocks were examined to find if the neoclassical investment model was profitable. The sample covered stock returns from 1963 to 2012 and included only the firms with positive sales, positive assets, and positive market values. The findings show that the neoclassical investment model was capable of clarifying return…

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  • Reflection On The Investment Process

    was very insightful elective and moreover was highly practical. It was very hard to select just three topics to reflect in this report because every section on the course, I learned new concepts, how to apply them and have a knowledge directly from practitioners rather than purely academics; that is exactly what I expect from an MBA course. I am going to address in this assignment my learnings on the investment process, asset allocation and behaviouralising finance as follow in the next…

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  • Stages Of An Investment Deal

    While the documents in the first stage are about generating interest, the second stage documents should explain the business idea thoroughly and provide the investor with reassurance that an investment deal is the right…

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  • The Importance Of Ethical Investment

    manager’s role in the mutual fund is to maximize the wealth of the investors, through investment of assets in stocks of corporations. Every citizen/corporation has a social responsibility towards the society in which he lives in. Similarly mutual funds have a responsibility towards the society in which it operates. By investing on companies, investors seek to promote the growth and development of the company in anticipation of good results. They thus play a role in promoting the activities of…

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