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Business
The contrarian approach to investing is best illustrated by A. staying out of the market no matter what experts are saying. B. always buying when others are selling. C. investing in mutual funds, contradicting the idea that investing in individual stocks is better. D. ...
May 24, 2012 by anon

Investing
In a statement of cash flows, the cash flows from investing activities section should report a.the issuance of common stock in exchange for a factory building. b.stock dividends received. c.a major repair to machinery charged to accumulated depreciation. d.the assignment of ...
November 1, 2009 by Judy

MATH HELP
Derrick is investing $1,000 at 5% interest and Anna is investing $750 at 7% interest. Both interest rates are compounded annually. When will they have the same amount saved? (Hint: 1.05t/1.07t =(1.05/1.07)t )
October 24, 2013 by Sammy

Math
Suppose that 34% of the people who inquire about investments at a certain brokerage firm end up investing in stocks, 30% end up investing in bonds, and 35% end up investing in stocks or bonds (or both). What is the probability that a person who inquires about investments at ...
February 10, 2011 by Rachal

engineering economic
Ahmad is considering investing RM2000 to Ali's project at an interest rate 6% compound annually for 5 years or investing RM2000 to Rosli at 7% per year simple interest for 5 years. From your point of view which option is better and state your reason
December 18, 2012 by anne

Finance-HELP
In general, can you assume that investing activities generate cash, and financing activities consume cash? I say YES , because investing involves the acquisition or disposal of long term resources used by a business and financing can include interest payments, securities ...
July 31, 2008 by BluesKato

Financing
Reflect on your experience with investing. What type of investments do you currently own/manage? What decisions are you responsible for making in regard to management of the investments? At this time, how comfortable are you with advising others on selecting investments? How ...
October 25, 2010 by troy

math
jake has decided upon three business ventures to invest in. The total cost of investing in all three ventures will be $15,000. Investing in the first venture will cost $3,000 more than investing in both the second and the third venture. According to Jake’s research, his ...
May 14, 2014 by Anonymous

investing
Discount Sales sells some used store fixtures. The acquisition cost of the fixtures is $12,500, the accumulated depreciation on these fixtures is $9,750 at the time of sale. The fixtures are sold for $4,500. The value of this transaction in the Investing section of the ...
May 10, 2010 by mb

business Maths
The main concept to investing is diversify your investments. The old saying of “don’t put all of your eggs in one basket” exemplifies this concept. Kerry Stutsman has saved $2,400 and is wondering how to invest it. She was researching different investment options and found a ...
April 23, 2012 by Ekanki

investing
A company is thinking of investing some surplus cash in 30 year $1000 face value Microsoft 6% annual coupon bonds. It plans to pay $925 each for 10,000 of them, now, and expects to SELL them for $1025 each at the end of 5 years. Make a determination about the economic ...
February 2, 2013 by Mitch

Accounting
How might borrowing $1 million long-term and investing the proceeds in inventory affect cash and net working capital? Borrowing $1 million and investing the proceeds will increase the cash and net working capital by $1 million less the interest charges.
June 10, 2007 by David

Cash flow statement
In a statement of cash flows, the cash flows from investing activities section should report a.the issuance of common stock in exchange for a factory building. b.stock dividends received. c.a major repair to machinery charged to accumulated depreciation. d.the assignment of ...
November 1, 2009 by Judy

Accounting
What kind of companies (industries) have negative cash flow from investing activities? And what kind of companies have positive cash flow from investing activities?
January 26, 2010 by JJ

accounting
working capital management: how this transaction might affect dynamic mattress in cash and net working capital, customer paying a $2,500 bill resulting from a previous sale. Paying $5,000 previously owed to one of its suppliers, borrowing $1 million long-term and investing the...
October 3, 2007 by kim willison

Finance
How would the following transactions affect (i) cash and (ii) net working capital: a. Paying out a $2 million cash dividend. b. A customer paying a $2,500 bill resulting from a previous sale. c. Paying $5,000 previously owed to one of its suppliers. d. Borrowing $1 million ...
June 14, 2009 by Linda

International Business
Your organization (you may select any organization you wish, real or fictional) is considering investing in the Philippines, and you have been asked to give a presentation on this opportunity. In the presentation, you need to address the following: Investigate the economy of ...
October 24, 2006 by Vianna

Accounting
Indicate how each of the following six different transactions a company would make would affect (i)cash and (ii) net working capital: a)Paying out a $2 million cash dividend. b)A customer paying a $2,500 bill resulting from a previous sale. c)Paying $5000 previuosly owed to ...
November 8, 2007 by pioneer2006

Business
Your organization (you may select any organization you wish, real or fictional) is considering investing in the Philippines, and you have been asked to give a presentation on this opportunity. In the presentation, you need to address the following: * Investigate the economy of...
November 24, 2008 by fairears

PSY
22. <22{7[1(04)]}> A company can either invest in employee training seminars or update its computer network. Since updating the computer network would result in more measurable benefits, the company would be best off updating its computer network. The argument above ...
September 25, 2010 by Cat

Math - PreCalc (12th Grade)
Jake has decided upon three business ventures to invest in. The total cost of investing in all three ventures will be $15,000. Investing in the first venture will cost $3,000 more than investing in both the second and the third venture. According to Jake’s research, his ...
March 19, 2014 by Shawna

investing in the stock market
So unless I become a high-risk day-trader, there really is no way for me to make a living just investing in the stock market? So did people like Warren Buffet and Morgan Stanley build their wealth some other way? And what about the fictional character Gordon Gecko? Your ...
June 23, 2005 by Sasha

stats
An investment broker reports that the yearly returns on common stocks are approximately normally distributed with a mean return of 12.4 percent and a standard deviation of 20.6 percent. On the other hand, the firm reports that the yearly returns on tax-free municipal bonds ...
October 3, 2013 by Help

statistics
An investment broker reports that the yearly returns on common stocks are approximately normally distributed with a mean return of 12.4 percent and a standard deviation of 20.6 percent. On the other hand, the firm reports that the yearly returns on tax-free municipal bonds are...
May 13, 2014 by please help!

math
calculate the compound interest on investing $600 for 2 years at 7% per annum
May 17, 2013 by lennox

home economics
several factors people considered before investing in any financial instrument
May 4, 2008 by rosa

investing
Can some one explain to me the difference between intrinsic value and marlet price? Thanks EY
July 16, 2008 by Ed

Finance
If you were considering investing in a company, which financial ratios would you find most useful?
December 7, 2009 by Terri

math
Barry heard in his Personal Finance class that he should start investing as soon as possible. He had always thought that it would be smart to start investing after he finishes college and his salary is high enough to pay the bills and to have money left over. He projects that ...
June 26, 2014 by Peter

fin 200
considering investing in a company. Which financial ratios would you find most useful? Why?
May 30, 2009 by question

Algebra
IF Tony earned $600 after investing $3,000 for five years, what was his interest rate?
January 10, 2013 by Matt

investment
can you tell me the differences between the top down and bottom up approaches. what is the major assumption that causes the differences in these two approaches? In the top-down approach, an investor focuses on an industry that s/he feels will do well -- and then chooses one or...
June 29, 2007 by mia

PERSONAL FINANCE / composition
Ok, need another set of eyes... Here is a question I had to answer. Want to get a second opinion if it reads well, and makes sense. Thanks for any comments. What things do you take into consideration when beginning to plan for investments? Why is it important to understand ...
January 31, 2011 by Jim

Finance
How does borrowing $1 million long-term and investing the proceeds in inventory affect cash and net working capital?
November 20, 2006 by Bonnie

Finance
How does borrowing $1 million short term and investing the proceeds in inventory affect cash and net working capital?
November 20, 2006 by Bonnie

Comm/215
Investing in pure research ___ yields no immediate profit, can be hard to justify when a company is in financial difficulties. __ who __ which __ , which __ that , which is would be correct?
June 17, 2010 by David

Math
Can investing more money in the business help to reduce the fixed and variable costs of that business?
May 29, 2010 by Sarah

History
Do you think investing in the stock market today would be a better or worse idea than it was in the 1920's? Explain why you think so.
July 3, 2012 by Anonymous

investing
My son informed me that a comic book I purchased for 10 cents in 1948 is worth $55 today. What has been the average annual compound rate of return on that valuable asset?
October 4, 2010 by Robert

investing
Lily invests $4,000, at 6% interest, compounded quarterly for 5 years. Calculate the compound interest for her investment by using Table 11-1.
July 6, 2014 by Everett

Finance
Suppose the market risk premium is 6.5% and the risk-free interest rate is 5%. Calculate the cost of capital of investing in a project with a beta of 1.2.
August 2, 2010 by Anonymous

Finance
A financial analyst tells you that investing in stocks will allow you to triple your money in 15 years. What annual rate of return is the analyst assuming you can earn?
May 24, 2011 by Anonymous

business finance
Kate Eden received a graduation present of $5,000 that she is planning on investing in a mutual fund that earns 6.00 percent each year. How much money can she collect in three years
February 11, 2013 by elh009

international business
Your organization (you may select any organization you wish, real or fictional) is considering investing in the Philippines, and you have been asked to give a presentation on this opportunity
September 9, 2008 by Anonymous

math
an investor is considering investing £5000 over five years in a scheme which offers compound interest of 3.4% compounded annually. what is the total interest paid.
April 23, 2010 by kenji86

precalc
A is accumulated amount investing after p principal for t years at and interest rate of r compounded anually k is times per year. P=$1500, r= 7%, t=6 P=1500, r=7%,t=5,k=4 P=$1250, r=5.4%,t=6
June 12, 2011 by kevin

ALGERBRA
Here are two ways of investing $30,000 for 20 years: Periodic Deposit $1,500 at the end of each year Rate 5% compounded annually Time 20 years
May 29, 2014 by JOHN DUNN

business
can investing more money in the business help to reduce the fixed and variable costs of that business?
May 29, 2010 by Sarah

Math
Tia is investing $ 2500 that she would like to grow to $ 6000 in 10 years, at what annual interest rate compounded quaterly must Tia invest her money
January 11, 2012 by Annie

Business Math
If i wanted to accumulate a million dollars by investing money every year into a savings account at 3% for 30 years until retirement how much do i need to deposit each year?
April 5, 2010 by Heather

personal finance
which of the following is a credit management decision? a. Purchasing a used car. b. investing your savings in a stock market c. obtaining a student loan to attend college d. putting money into your retirement account
October 24, 2013 by Michelle

investing
. Jamie Thompson is thinking about investing in some residential income-producing property that she can purchase for $200,000. Jamie can either pay cash for the full amount of the property or put up $50,000 of her own money and borrow the remaining $150,000 at 8% interest. The...
January 5, 2014 by Anonymous

investing 2-16
Entering an order to sell stock at $17 when the bid is $18–$19 is an example of a A. market order. B. short sale. C. margin payment. D. limit order. D seems like the best answer
February 22, 2009 by Johnny

economics
What are futures and options? What is the difference between investing in the stock market and futures and options trading?
June 29, 2008 by alyssa

Finance
Describe two financial goals that you would want to meet before you begin investing. Explain why you would want to reach those goals first.
December 3, 2012 by Anonymous

Finance/Investing
A comic book was purchased for 10 cents in 1948 and is now worth $55 today. What has been the average annual compound rate of return on this item? I tried to use the formula R=[(y/x)^(1/n)]-1 and I come up with a negative answer. Please help!
September 21, 2008 by Amber

investing 3-20
The value of common stock depends on the A. price of the stock. B. retirement date. C. present value of cash flows. D. coupon rate. I need help with this one
February 22, 2009 by Johnny

Macroeconomics
Suppose most business executives expect a slowdown in the economy. How might this situation effect the economy? What would these expectations do to inventory ordering, hiring, and making loans, or investing in new machinery?
August 16, 2007 by Nik

social studies
Please unscramble theses words.... tases lncoalitoa fridvetniisacio Hint-these are strategies that will help me to spread and manage risk in my retirement investing. Unscramble this..... ogreeg ubhs liaryhl toilcnn Or this....... acighmnt
August 22, 2008 by Justyn

investing 3-13
An increase in investors’ required return will cause the value of a common stock to A. rise. B. fall. C. remain unchanged. D. remain stable or rise slightly. I need help with this one
February 22, 2009 by Johnny

investing
A 5% coupon bond with 9 years to maturity has a yield-to-maturity of 7%. Assuming the coupons are paid semi-annually and the principal amount is equal to 100, what is the price of the bond?
May 13, 2013 by Anonymous

investing
you plan to go back to school for 4yrs . You plan to save 6,400/yr beginning immediately . 4 deposits are made in an account that pays 5.7% interest. How much will you have 4yrs from today
July 21, 2009 by Lindsey

math
if naomi wants to accumulate 1,000,000 by investing money every year into her savings account at 3% for 30 years until retirement,how much does she need to deposit each year
June 12, 2010 by darryl

Personal finance
Investing in which of the following funds will give you the least diversification. A. Growth Funds B. Capital appreciation funds c. Equity income funds d. sector funds
October 31, 2013 by Sheliah

Finance
You are currently investing your money in a bank account which has a nominal annual rate of 8 percent, compounded annually. If you invest $2,000 today, how many years will it take for your account to grow to $10,000?
December 12, 2010 by Anonymous

please check(Social studies)
please checkk 3. Mexico is building a stronger workforce by A.holding free elections B.permitting remissions C.eliminating competition D.investing in education(I PICK D.) if you answer i really hope your correct !
March 6, 2014 by becky

Finance
Alphonse Inc. is thinking about investing in an annuity contract that will return $100,000 annually at the end of each year for 15 years. What amount should Alphonse pay for this investment if it earns an 6% return?
April 28, 2010 by a

finance
If we invest money for 10 years at 8% interest, compounded semi-annually, we are really investing money for ______ six month periods, during which we receive _______ percent interest each year.
December 6, 2010 by TAMMY

investing
Why is there a gain or loss in a pension expense calculation? I am more confused about this every time I read about this topic. Can somebody explain this to me? I have researched and read and still do not understand why.
November 1, 2011 by Nick

Econ
You are thinking about investing $100,000 in a new product. Sales expections are $95,000. If R & D will cost another $3,000, should you invest in the product? Explain.
September 30, 2011 by Anissa

investing
1. What does calculating the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) tell you about a company's financial strategy including the level of risk involved in the business? 2. How could the company use WACC calculations in determining future investment?
February 3, 2008 by JM

Economics, General Program Section 2
A day trader tries to make a profit by A. investing only in blue chip stocks. B. speculating with borrowed money. C. reducing risky investments. D. taking advantage of minute-by-minute changes in stock prices.
November 16, 2012 by kathrine

investing
A 6% coupon bond with 7 years to maturity has a yield-to-maturity of 3%. Assuming the coupons are paid semi-annually and the principal amount is equal to 100, what is the Macaulay duration of the bond (in years)?
May 13, 2013 by Anonymous

Investing
suppose the real risk - free is 3.50% and the future rate of inflation is expected to be constant at 6.80% . What rateof return would you expect on a 1 yr Treasury security , assuming the pure expectations theory is valid? Disregard cross- product terms, i.e., if averaging is ...
July 22, 2009 by Alexandriea

Investing
If the market is efficient, what happens to the intrinsic value (proper price) and the price at which the market is pricing the stock out at? Why? My ANswer: Won't pricing adjust immediately because the information moves so fast to the analysts? EY
July 17, 2008 by Ed

finance
You currently have $22,500 in your retirement account. What annual rate of return will you need to make on your investment in order to have $1,000,000 in the account on your 60th birthday? Will investing in CDs get you to your goal?
June 17, 2012 by jan

Math
An individual has 25000 to invest. As their financial consultant, you recommend investing in Treasury Bills earning 7%, Corporate Bonds earning 9% and Junk Bonds earning 11%. Find all the investment alternatives that will earn $2000 per year.
May 1, 2013 by Rick

FIN
After 12 months of making extra payments, what will be the loan balance? After 12 months of making the regular payment and investing the $50, what will be the loan balance? Under the regular payment and investing option, excluding the tax due on the interest earned, what is ...
August 26, 2007 by HELP

strategies for math solving
Michael's Budget Many people choose to invest some of their surplus income in municipal bonds. Investing in municipal bonds earning 3% interest every month in savings how musch will my interest be.
April 23, 2010 by Peggy Thomas

physics
You are investing an accident in which a vehicle traveling with a horizontal velocity Vo leaves the top of a cliff of height h, and lands a horizontal distance (x) from the base of the cliff. Prove that the relationship between vo and the other variables is given by the ...
March 22, 2012 by Adam

investing
You would like to begin (or increase) your savings for retirement. What types of retirement plans (401ks, IRAs, etc.) might be best for your personal situation? Be sure to explain the plan you are interested in and why this is best for you. 26 female 2 kids single Annual ...
February 4, 2008 by Myself

math
Investing inhertance.Norman invested one-half of his inheritance in a CD that had a 10% annoul yield. He lent one-quarter of of his inheritance to his brother -in-law at 12% simple interest. His income from these two investments was $6400 for 1 year. How much was the inheritance?
January 29, 2013 by mohamed

Investing
suppose the real risk - free is 3.50% and the future rate of inflation is expected to be constant at 6.80% . What rate of return would you expect on a 1 yr Treasury security , assuming the pure expectations theory is valid? Disregard cross- product terms, i.e., if averaging is...
July 22, 2009 by Alexandriea

Word Problem
Can someone help me figure out the equation? I am not good at figuring this out. Investing her bonus. Donna invested her $33,000 bonus and received a total of $970 in interest after 1 year. If part of the money returned 4% & the remainder 2.25%, how much did she invest at each...
September 10, 2007 by Shana

Business Maths
Mega Sales sells some used store fixtures. The acquisition cost of the fixtures is $12,500; the accumulated depreciation on these fixtures is $9,750 at the time of sale. The fixtures are sold for $3,000. The value of this transaction in the investing section of the statement ...
December 15, 2009 by Peaches

finance
Alicia Cooper makes sure to contribute ten percent of her monthly earnings to her 401(k) plan at work. Her 401(k) plan allows her to invest in several different types of mutual funds. Which suggestion for the obtaining money she needs for investing is she following?
May 21, 2012 by molly

personal finance
Juan has received $50,000 in a divorce settlement and is trying to decide how to invest it.He has looked at stocks but knows that some stocks have lost a lot of value for their owners recently.What aspect of investing is he most concerned about? a)risk b)return c)...
March 17, 2010 by vedrana

General Education Statistics | MAT112
There are many ways people can invest their money. In mutual funds, the investor buys shares in a fund that buys investment instruments for the investor, commonly stocks, bonds, or fixed instrument investments. Investment fund managers commonly advertise their success in ...
July 30, 2011 by Tanya

Finance
A company is thinking of investing some surplus cash in 30 years $1000 face microsoft 6% coupon bonds. It plans to pay $925 each for 10,000 of them, now and expects to sell them for $1025 each at the end of 5 years. Make a determination about the economic viability of the ...
May 16, 2010 by Linda

investing
Suppose a firm estimates its cost of capital for the coming year to be 10 percent. What are reasonable costs of capital for evaluating average-risk projects, high-risk projects, and low-risk projects? Please help .
February 1, 2008 by JM

investing
new millenium company's stock sells at a P/E ratio of 21 times earnings. it is expected to pay dividends of $2 per share in each of the next 5 years and to generate an EPS of $5 i year 5. using the dividends-and-earnings model and a 12% discount rate, compute the stock's ...
January 10, 2008 by kenny

Finance
Considering investing in either of two corporate bonds - One will give you with an annual 8% interest payment, while the other will provide you with 6%. Assume that the market rate in effect on the day you purchase either of the bonds is 7%. Explain how you will earn 7% on ...
January 26, 2010 by Kris

investing 3-19
A perpetual preferred stock pays a fixed dividend of $9 and sells for $100. What is the stock’s rate of return? A. 6.5 percent B. 9 percent C. 11 percent D. 12.5 percent I think it's B. 9 percent. $9.00 / 100 = .09
February 22, 2009 by Johnny

investing
i have to write these definations with illsutrations. Nominal value/face value, market value, rate of dividend, annual dividend, rate of income, rate of return, percentage yield, Demat, bullish, bearish please help me i want a particular site.
June 7, 2008 by Viktor

math
Each year, Cathy invests $1,200 in her account. The account pays an interest rate of 6.3%. The formula to calculate the balance in her account is B =A(1+ r)n+1- A, where r A is the amount invested per year, r is the interest rate, and n is the number of years investing
June 8, 2011 by michelle

ALGERBRA
Here are two ways of investing $30,000 for 20 years. Lump sum deposit Rate Time $30, 000 5% 20 years After 20 years, how much more will you have from the lump sum investment than from the annuity?
May 29, 2014 by JOHN DUNN

ALGERBRA
Here are two ways of investing $30,000 for 20 years. Lump sum Deposit 30,000 Rate 5% compounded annually Time 20 years After 20 years, how much more will you have from the lump sum investment than from the annuity?
May 29, 2014 by JOHN DUNN

investing
The following account balances relate to the stockholders' equity accounts of Gore Corp. at year-end. 2008 2007 Common stock, 10,500 and 10,000 shares, respectively, for 2008 and 2007 $160,000 $140,000 Preferred stock, 5,000 shares 125,000 125,000 Retained earnings 300,000 260...
June 3, 2010 by Delly

Investing
You hold a diversifield $ 100,000 portfolio consisting of 20 stocks with 5000 invested in each . The portfolio's beta is 1.12. You plan to sell a stock with b=0.90 and use the proceeds to buy a new stock with b=1.75. what will the portfolio new beta be ? PLEASE Help me so ...
July 23, 2009 by Lindsey

Investing ( pease help)
You hold a diversified $ 100,000 portfolio consisting of 20 stocks with 5000 invested in each . The portfolio's beta is 1.12. You plan to sell a stock with b=0.90 and use the proceeds to buy a new stock with b=1.75. what will the portfolio new beta be ? PLEASE Help me i'm so ...
July 24, 2009 by Lindsey

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