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...investors mainly against fraud. To give a quick summary of how monetary supply directly affects output or income, assume that there is an excess supply of money in the market. This will lead households, firms and buy bonds with their extra money so that it earns interest. This however will put downward pressure on the interest rate because many people will be investing their money in interest earning instruments. Investors, on the other hand, borrow money from the banks with the very same interest rate that households and firms determine. A low interest rate means more incentive for investors to borrow and put... people, including economists, are skeptical in the government’s ability to control and...
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Potencial investors
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...investors. With the ease... Creative Business Idea The business idea I am developing is an ICT integrated family security system (IISS). The niche for the business idea results from the persistence rise in the rate of burglary and robbery in the contemporary world, especially in the USA. Moreover, there is increase in security awareness at family level and need to develop a reliable security system for individual’s households in different homesteads. The business involves development of computer software that takes in bio-data particularly the fingerprints and photographs of particular family members. The bio-data of every family member is stored into the security system. At the input site, there is an ...
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Interacting with investors
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...investors Business opportunities are all over the world, but the main drawback in most cases is capital to either expand the business or make it kick off altogether. Business owners do look for investors to put in their money in their business and help them move forward. However, it is not authentic that the approached investor will accept the request. The paper shall look at some of the dos, and the don’ts that anyone looking for investors should adhere to, and responds to a question concerning the length of the business plan. Investors get many business plan that they need to go through and decide whether it worth their money...  Interacting with...
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Investors in People
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...INVESTORS IN PEOPLE Investors in People in APA Style of or Corporation) Investors in People 2 Chapter One Introduction Companies are realizing more and more that their number one asset is people. Although products, raw materials, services, etc. contribute to the success of a business, a business's staff is its top resource. Even if a company refuses to acknowledge this very fact and invest in its employees, the results will be evident. Lack of knowledge, motivation, poor skills, less quality of work, and minimal customer results are just a few of the consequences of not investing in the staff. Companies now realize... that they should not only invest...
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UK-An Investors Haven
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...Investor's Haven Table of Content Serial Number Page Number 0 Introduction 02 2.0 Executive Summary 03 3.0 Overview 05 4.0 Conclusion 07 5.0 Reference 09 'One of the best ways to reduce poverty in the world is to increase trade. Analysts estimate that a 50% cut in all tariffs worldwide could generate US$140 billion (96.5 billion), or thrice all current aid flows to developing countries. The WTO is the most effective instrument against poverty, provided; the benefits of free trade are shared fairly.' Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on 'Local Questions, Global Answers', at Manchester, September 20011 1.0 Introduction Free trade is...
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Market analysis for private investors
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...investors XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX Aberdeen UK Equity income A ACC involves investment in equity portfolio in the United Kingdom. The investment provides an investor with capital returns and one can also invest in international companies but the main operations of investments are operated in UK. From the year 2007-2011 Aberdeen, UK Equity income A ACC has experience tremendous changes in investment focus (Cherry, 2011, 40). The performance of investment in equity was at its peak in 2007 therefore attracting a number of investors; nonetheless, the performance of the investment equity began declining in 2008 due to recession and unavoidable... ?Market analysis for private...
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Shareholders as Investors: Law Essay
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...investor in a company, the overriding principle guiding directors should be the maximisation of shareholder wealth. Discuss. The recession that has hit much of Europe and America and the widely-reported corporate scandals have highlighted the need to make corporate governance at the top of a company’s order of priorities and the overriding principle guiding its directors. The escalating protests in Wall Street in the United States demonstrate growing public outrage against corporate greed and white-collared crimes. This paper will argue that instead of wealth generation for shareholders, the underlying principle that should inform decision-making processes... – such as shareholder voting,...
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Public vs. Investors Perception on Materiality
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...Investors Perception on Materiality The public and the private investors have different perceptions on materiality. The entry of auditor’s materiality is perceived as proprietary data by numerous certified public accounting companies... as they are not normally reported to the public (Ryan, 2004). Numerous regulators and scholars have suggested that the auditors must be asked to give a report on materiality entry to the users of the financial statements in their report of audit. The concept of materiality has been researched by various scholars with the aim of finding substantial information in regard to the view by both the private investors and the general public on the...
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Importance of institutional investors for financial markets
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...investors for financial markets Importance of al investors for financial markets Introduction In the past few decades there is an accumulative rise of institutional investment, especially in the developed financial markets like UK and United States. The growth of institutional investment indicates its collective role and importance in both the stabilized and emerging stock markets. With the expansion of financial markets with respect to the GDPs of the growing stock exchanges, there has been a continuous joining up of private and institutional investors (Davis, 2001). It is all because there is a major role the investors have to play in the statuses of financial markets. This study... ? Importance of al...
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Awarness-raising and selling Investors in people
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...INVESTORS IN PEOPLE Introduction Communication assists businesses prosper or grow, strengthens organizations’ efficiency, creates relationships, and permits people to know or learn about one another. Technologies such as the cell phones and Internet affect the way people communicate, and they change the type of messaging strategies organizations use. Investors are advised to use integrated marketing communications in providing an approach that is designed for delivering consistent information to consumers in investors’ or organization’s promotions that span in different media; radio, TV, magazines, mobile phones, and the Internet. Advertising Advertising entails paying... AWARENESS-RAISING AND SELLING...
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Investment Portfolio for Investors and Executives Analysis
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...investors and executives by examining six stocks conditions in five different and distinct parts of ASX300 from 4th April 2010to 7th February 2012. This paper will show the uncertainties of these stocks and also benefits of them. When one find that the risk and returns of a stock are understandable and can be estimated on the grounds of some broad parameter, the future behavior of these stocks can be predicted with moderate accuracy (Estrada, 2011). The companies chosen to be represented in a portfolio are as follows:ANZ, BHP, BOQ, HVN, TLS and WOW. Analysis: Moments of distributions Asset... Introduction: The major aim of this appraisal report is to elaborate and explain investment portfolio for inv...
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Importance of Institutional Investors for Financial Markets
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...investors for financial markets Assess the importance of al investors for financial markets Introduction Institutional investors play a significant role in financial markets by pooling large sums of money and investing them on securities, real property and other investment assets. In the financial market, trade in securities is the most commonly practiced activity. Some of the institutional investors who invest in securities include insurance companies, banks, mutual funds, hedge funds, pension funds, investment advisors and operating companies that invest a percentage of their profits on investment assets. According to Deng and Xu (2011), institutional investors play a crucial role... Importance of al...
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The Relationship between Rationality of Investors and Market Efficiency
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...Investors and Market Efficiency Introduction The relationship between market efficiency and rationality of investors is a topic of intense debate among various academicians such as economists, financial professionals and investors. Keynes always thought that psychological aspects play a role in economic conduct. In 1940’s and 1950’s, there was recurrence of a hypothesis of rational markets based on the rational conduct of individuals. In this hypothesis, economists led by Samuelson postulated that investors have an optimal marginal utility; investors made investment choices that corresponded to their respective efficient frontier (Higgins, 2009, p. 33... The Relationship between Rationality of...
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Gene One - Not Going Public but Seeking Alternative Investors
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...investors Gene One - NOT going public but seeking alternate investors The potentials of organizations to secure their competitiveness in their industry are usually depended on the ability of these organizations to fund their plans, i.e. to support the completion of their projects so that organizational goals are achieved. Gene One is a firm that has achieved a high growth within a short period of time, as a result of its innovative gene technology. In order to keep its successful performance, the organization has to achieve an annual growth of about 40%, a target that can be achieved if the firm goes public, as the CEO and the Board also note... ? Gene One - NOT going public but seeking alternate...
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Impact of hyperinflation on investors and ordinary citizens
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...investors and ordinary citizens of Zimbabwe. In order to accomplish that distinct objectives have been framed so that the investigation can be run in a systematic way and consequently arrive at the research result. The theoretical aspect of the concerned issue has also been presented in the previous chapter. In this chapter, a research methodology will be developed that will direct the pathway of achieving research objectives. Research methodology can be defined as the systematic approach for collection of data and determination of the process for analysing the accumulated data and information... 3. Research Methodology 3 Introduction The research aims to explore the impact of hyperinflation on the...
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The basic guidelines that are specially relevant for aggressive equity investors and conservative equity investors for investment decision
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...Investors Institution Affiliated Investment Guidelines for Aggressive and Conservative Investors Evaluating investment options may be a challenging task for any investment plans by investors. Having options however, is a good start as it gives more choices in selecting the best investment approach that one is comfortable with. One main factor that many investors consider is the best alternative that successfully meets their savings targets. In line with choosing the best investment options, it is paramount to understand and consider all the investment styles, and the amount of risk that one... Investment Guidelines for Aggressive and Conservative...
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Science and the stock market: investors recognition of unburnable carbon
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...investors’ recognition of unburnable carbon” ID: Summary of the Paper Scienceand the stock market: investors’ recognition of unburnable carbon” is a paper that was written recently by Dominguez-Faus, Griffin, Jaffe and Lont. In their article, they provide an analysis of how the stock market responded to findings documented in a 2009 study Allen et al. (2009) in the exalted Nature journal. The article asserted that only a small part of the oil, gas, and coal I the world will be emitted by the year 2050 if global warming does not go beyond 2oC of the pre-industrial level. Their analysis establishes that a there was 2% drop in stock price was after publication... Critique of “Science and the stock market:...
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Japanese Economy Evaluation of Opportunities for Foreign Investors
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...Investors Lecturer 25 April 2006 Table of contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 2 ASIA PACIFIC ECONOMIES - AN OVERVIEW 4 The crisis and after 4 3 EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT -ANALYSIS 5 Macroeconomic management 5 External Policy and Openness 6 State Intervention/Industrial Policy 7 Economic development in Asia 8 4 JAPAN - THE LEADER IN ASIA PACIFIC 9 Key Economic Indicators - Japan 10 5 ENTERING JAPAN 11 The Economic Environment 11 The Political Environment 11 The Regulatory Environment 12 The Cultural Environment 12 Asian Networks 13 6 JAPAN -ENTRY MODE CHOICES 14... Japanese Economy - Evaluation of Opportunities for Foreign...
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Trading decisions of individual investors Evidence of psychological biases
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...investors: Evidence of psychological biases Behavioural Finance Behavioural finance seeks to investigate the seemingly irrational behaviour of individual investors in the markets that runs contrary to the theory of an efficient market. Individual investors are supposed to trade only when incremental cost is exceeded by the incremental benefit to be realized. This traditional view of the rational investor has often failed to meet the empirical evidence concerning investor actions in the market, such as stock market bubbles. (Ritter, 2003, p. 429). This paper discusses two studies in this field: “Are Investors Reluctant to Realize Their Losses?”, Odean (1998... ), and “Trading is Hazardous...
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Prospectus Regulation is it a Misleading Tool for Investors
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...INVESTOR RIGHTS 2. PROSPECTUS REGULATION – IS IT MISLEADING INVESTORS? 3. 2 A) DUTIES OF AN INVESTOR 2 B) IMPORTANCE OF PROSPECTUS SUMMARY 2. C) AMENDMENTS FOR CROSS BORDER DEALS 2. D) INVESTOR PROTECTION REGULATION AND GUIDELINES 2. E) IMPACTS 2. F) TRANSPOSITION ISSUES 2 G) PROSPECTUS NOTICE AND ITS AVAILABILITY 2. H) RECOMMENDATION BY ESME REPORT 2. I) FUTURE CHANGES 4. CONCLUSION 5. REFERENCES 1) INTRODUCTION 1) A. PROSPECTUS REGULATION -2005 Prospectus regulation1 came... ?PROSPECTUS REGULATION- 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION A. PROSPECTUS REGULATION- 2005 B. EXEMPTIONS AND CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL C. SUPPLEMENTORY PROSPECTUS 1) D. PASSPORTING 1) E. SUSPENSION OF TRADING AND OFFER TO PUBLIC 1) F....
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Prospectus regulation; is it a misleading tool for investors
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...INVESTOR RIGHTS 2. PROSPECTUS REGULATION – IS IT MISLEADING INVESTORS? 3. 2 A) DUTIES OF AN INVESTOR 2 B) IMPORTANCE OF PROSPECTUS SUMMARY 2. C) AMENDMENTS FOR CROSS BORDER DEALS 2. D) INVESTOR PROTECTION REGULATION AND GUIDELINES 2. E) IMPACTS 2. F) TRANSPOSITION ISSUES 2 G) PROSPECTUS NOTICE AND ITS AVAILABILITY 2. H) RECOMMENDATION BY ESME REPORT 2. I) FUTURE CHANGES 4. CONCLUSION 5. REFERENCES 1) INTRODUCTION 1) A. PROSPECTUS REGULATION -2005 Prospectus regulation1 came... PROSPECTUS REGULATION- 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION A. PROSPECTUS REGULATION- 2005 B. EXEMPTIONS AND CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL C. SUPPLEMENTORY PROSPECTUS 1) D. PASSPORTING 1) E. SUSPENSION OF TRADING AND OFFER TO PUBLIC 1) F. IN...
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Impact of hyperinflation on investors and ordinary citizens in zimbabwe
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...Investors and Ordinary Citizens of Zimbabwe Contents 3 Introduction 3 3.2. Research Philosophy, Approach and Strategy3 3.2.1. Research Philosophy 3 3.2.2. Research Approach 4 3.2.3. Research Strategy 4 3.3. Sampling Design 4 3.4. Research Methods 5 3.4.1. Content Analysis 5 3.4.2. Testing the Relationship between Hyperinflation and Its Possible Determinants   5 3.4.3. Measurement of Variables and Sources of Data Collection 7 3. 5. Summary 7 4. Analysis of Findings 8 4. 0. Introduction 8 4.1 Analysis of Impact on Macro-Economic Variables 8 4.1.1. Hyperinflation and Unemployment 9 4.1.2. Economic Output 10 4.2 Analysis of Impact on Investors and Ordinary Citizens 11 5... Impact of Hyperinflation on...
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Changes in Taxation: Impact on savers or investors
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...Investors Introduction Tax is an amount, which is donated by each economic unit of a country to the government. In broader sense tax can be off two types: direct tax and indirect tax. In case of direct tax shifting of tax burden is not possible i.e. tax which is charged on personal income, but in case of indirect tax the shifting of tax burden is possible i.e. sales tax. In today’s world taxes are collected mostly in the form of money. Saving generally imply lowering the level of expenditure from the income level. It can be considered as an art of protecting money. A person who is doing savings is termed as saver. Investor can be defined as a person or any... Changes in Taxation: Impact on Savers or...
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Impact of hyperinflation on investors and ordinary citizens in zimbabwe
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...investors and ordinary citizens of Zimbabwe. In order to accomplish that distinct objectives have been framed so that the investigation can be run in a systematic way and consequently arrive at the research result. The theoretical aspect of the concerned issue has also been presented in the previous chapter. In this chapter, a research methodology will be developed that will direct the pathway of achieving research objectives. Research methodology can be defined as the systematic approach for collection of data and determination of the process for analysing the accumulated data and information... 3.Research Methodology 3 Introduction The research aims to explore the impact of hyperinflation on the...
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Paragon investors, Vvsion of an organization and strategic planning
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...investors have worked together to develop more coordinated and effective Mechanisms to make sure that their company will meet its strategy and organization goals. Over the last five years, these inverters have intensified, in part due to statewide efforts to develop the effective mission and objective of the company. In 1997, the company implemented a new strategy that will make the company the best in the world. Paragon investment company Task Force, a self governing company convened by the directors, recommended the creation of an investment company. In response, the directors John convened the Willamette renovation project to increase an incorporated... ? Portfolio Assignments Exercise Paragon...
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Business Investors
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...ASSIGNMENT Monetary Policy to Sustain Economic Growth: The goal of monetary policy is to help economy achieve price stability, full employmentand economic growth. Federal Bank is responsible for developing a “monetary policy” which consists of open-market operations, the reserves ratio, and the discount rate. First, Open-market purchase operations are used to increase money supply because Fed purchases securities and bonds from public and banks, and in turn, provide cash or money. Similarly, open-market sale operations are conducted to reduce circulation of money in market through sale of securities, bonds etc to governments, general public etc. The aim is actually to create a balance... Monetary Policy ...
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What Is The Likely Influence Of Institutional Investors On Corporate Social Performance
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...investors on corporate social performance In your answer, consider both the likely preferences of suchinvestors regarding CSR activism and their ability to influence strategy. In today's competitive market atmosphere, business is dealing with a new set of challenges that are not merely economics-related. To endure and flourish, firms should link economic and social systems. And to achieve this aim a system was introduced known as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The World Business Council for Sustainable Development proposes a definition for CSR which is " CSR is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development... What is the likely influence of al...
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The effect of the recent financial crises on the UK investors psyche
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...investors psyche? Objective To examine the effect of UK investors purchasing power and explore how the individual investors behaviour has transformed post 2007/08 financial crisis. Abstract The paper examines the effect of the recent stock market crash of 2007 among individual investors in UK. In this study, we examine the effect of the financial crisis on the investors at a large. The discussion involved how the investors take decisions before investing in the stock market. Their behaviours are studied in order to get a real picture of the stock market investment during and after the period of financial crisis. Theories are provided to guide... ?The effect of the recent financial crises on the UK...
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The various exit strategies that investors may use and the implications for commercialization
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...investors may use and the implications for commercialization Introduction The exit strategy of the investors is equally important as objectives of wealth maximization from the point of view of the investors. The exit strategies applied by the investors help them to liquidate their position of investment holdings into cash after obtaining a high return on their investments. The exit strategy of the investors depends on the performance of the organization in which the shares are held and also taking the future prospects of stock performance into consideration. The natural preference of the investors to exit their position of investment depends on the relatively higher... ? The various exit strategies that...
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Assessing the potential impact of institutional investors on corporate governance in China
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...investors on corporate governance Contents: ..................................................................... p.3 Introduction ..................................................................... p.4 Overview ..................................................................... p.5 Background ..................................................................... p.6 Research Description ......................................................... p.9 Methodology ..................................................................... p.10 Literature review ..................................................................... p.10 Conclusions... ...
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What do Investors Look for in a Business Plan Dos and Donts in a Business Plan
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...Investors look for in a Business Plan? Do´s and Don’ts in a Business Plan Table of Contents 0 Introduction 2.0 Definitions 2.1Entrepreneurs 2 2.2 Investors 4 2.3 Consumer 4 2.4 Target Market 4 3.0 Business plan 3.1 Overview 5 3.2 Purpose of a Business Plan 7 3.3 Parts of a business plan 10 3.3.1 Executive summary 11 3.3.2 Product or service 11 3.3.3 Management team 12 3.3.4 Market and competition 13 3.3.5 Marketing and sales 14 3.3.6 Business system and organization 14 3.3.7 Timing/Implementation Plan 15 3.3.8 Opportunities and...
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The effect of demographics and personality on investment choice among UK investors
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...Investors Literature Review Many studies have been undertaken across the world by scholars as well as academicians in the field of behavioral finance to explore what all psychological and demographic factors affect personal investment decisions and choice among alternatives. The study entitled "Risk Taking and Problem Context in the Domain of Losses: An Expected Utility Analysis" by John C. Hershey and Schoemaker in 1980 observes that women investors are more risk averse than men as regards gamble is concerned (Hershey 1980). Another popular study on the gender practices of investing; the researchers remark that both... A Study on the Effect of Demographics and Personality on Investment Choice among UK...
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A Study on the Effect of Demographics and Personality on Investment Choice among UK Investors
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...Investors 0 Introduction Wealth management in the modern investment market is not confined as a luxury of high net worth individuals. Rather, it is an essential tool for every investor irrespective of gender, age, income and occupation. The increased demand for wealth managers and wealth management theories calls for scientific studies and observations on investment and investment determinants. As the economy of a country progresses, so is the populace of that country not only in terms of income but emotionally and educationally as well. This leads to a systematic approach for all activities, particularly economic... A Study on the Effect of Demographics and Personality on Investment Choice among UK...
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Identify and discuss the various exit strategies that investors may use and the implications for commercialization
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...investors may use and the implications for commercialization Introduction A venture capitalist is an institution that would come forward to invest in companies or projects that have just started and need a seed capital as it cannot go to the public for collection of funds because the scale of operation is not so big. A venture capitalist would feel enthusiastic about investing in a company when he would get the principal and the returns on his investment and has the flexibility to switch his investment to some other company (Gompers and Lerner, 27). In other words, a venture capitalist would not go for a project in which he would not have... ? Identify and discuss the various exit strategies that...
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The Effect of Dividend Policy: Investigate of Signaling Theory, Investors and Share Prices
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...Investors and Share Prices Table of Contents Introduction………………………..………………………………… P.3 1.1 Research Background……………………………………………….. P.4-6 1.2 Research Aims and Objectives ……………………………………… P.6-7 2. Literature Review...………….…………………….………………… P.7-8 2.1 The Concept of Dividend Policy…………………………………….. P.8-10 2.2 Investigate of Signaling Theory, Investors and Share Prices………... P.10-23 3. Methodology …………..…………………………….…….………… P.24-27 3.1 Research Hypothesis……………………….………………………… P.27-29 3.2 Descriptive Statistics of the determinants in efficient market……….. P.29 4. Empirical Results…………………………………………………….. P.30 4.1 Sample selection... ? Research Proposal The Effect of Dividend Policy: Investigate of Signaling Theory,...
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On Socially Responsible Investment and Institutional Investors Crusading Knights or Thorns in the Side
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...investors demand that a company improves its ethical, social, and environmental policies and practices; preference, where investments are selected on the basis of specific guidelines that meet the SRI policies of the investors; and screening, where the fund managers are directed to invest only in those companies that meet approved SRI criteria. It is mostly the large and powerful institutional investors such as pension funds... Corporate Governance Issues (2) Part On Socially Responsible Investment This is a critical discussion of the following ment attributed to Sir Adrian Cadbury in the context of socially responsible investment (SRI): "The continued existence of companies is based on an implied...
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The impacts of foreign land investors (land deals) on farmers in Africa: Case study Sierra leone
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...investors on farmers in Africa: Case study Sierra Leone Introduction The aftermath of food crisis hasled to increased demand for land in Africa due to its availability of large tracts of land suitable for large scale farming. The acquisition of land is happening much faster than policies can regulate and this is posing most countries in tricky situation. Under the current legal and institutional framework in most African countries, it’s difficult to determine the exact consequences of land grabbing. These land deals are driven my emerging economies in their attempts to look for alternative ways to secure food and fuel supply for to meet the increased demand. Since most... ? Impact of foreign land...
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Growing Importance of India For Investors (ie, India is the next China)
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...Investors (i.e., India Is the Next China) Table of Contents Overview 3 Growth of Indian Economy 3 Obstacles to India’s Growth 4 Reasons for Investing In Indian Market 6 References 8 Overview India as an emerging economy has great prospects for investors. The economy is growing at a rapid pace with a GDP growth of about 8.5%. According to Tanvi Gupta and Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley, India’s growth will soon surpass China’s growth. Growth of Indian Economy India can boast of young population. According to UN reports, Indians under the age group of 15 years and over 64 years has declined from 69% in 1995 to 56% in 2010. According to a Morgan Stanley report India’s... Growing Importance of India for...
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What factors make Switzerland an attractive option for European commercial real estate investors
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...investors. The study will take in consideration those factors in order to understand which type of commercial real estate will be more profitable when exploiting parcels of land in this specific country. Methodology – The research is based on both primary and secondary data. Primary data will be collected via a mixed method approach. Firstly the author will use an inductive approach to make four semi-structured (exploratory) interviews with individuals working for “Compagnie des Parcs” (a young commercial real estate company based... in Switzerland). The questions will mainly emphasize on the factors that makes Switzerland attractive for European investors. In a second phase,...
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Advices for Investors about Investment decision to William Hill plc 2234
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...Investors about Investment decision to William Hill plc Table of Contents Introduction 4 2. Financial performance of William Hill 4 2.1. Profitability 5 2.1.1. Operating profit margin 5 2.1.2. Net profit margin 6 2.1.3. Return on Asset (ROA) 7 2.1.4. Return on Equity (ROE) 8 2.2. Investment ratios 8 2.2.1 Earnings per share (EPS) 8 2.2.2 Dividends per share (DPS) 9 2.2.3. Payout ratio 10 2.3. Financial leverage 11 2.3.1. Long term debt / Equity 11 2.4. Liquidity ratios 11 2.4.1. Current ratio 11 2.4.2. Quick ratio 12 2.5. Efficiency ratios 13 2.5.1. Receivable turnover 13 2.5.2. Revenue/Employee 14 3. Reflection on the company 14 4. Corporate governance of William Hill 15 5. Investment... Advices for...
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Should investors in equity markets be worried about the timing of their investment
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...investors and companies should prefer the present money, because of the availabilities of opportunities of investment for earning additional cash flows. "Investment Analysis generates equivalent current year values... Equity Financing Introduction: Finance is the life blood of any business, because for undertaking any kind of activities, even major or minor, source of funds is playing a massive role. The proper utilization and allocation of funds should be under the control of finance manager or his associates. Finance is the life blood of every business that requires for carrying out the organizational operations from the beginning to the end. Financial management is a concept, which deals with the...
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Discuss the various ways in which modern investors manage the risk in their portfolios
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...investors manage the risk in their portfolio.” Risk management entails the evaluation of a set of circumstances which, if they were to occur, would be costly for an individual or a firm. Risk management also includes the investigation of various ways to minimize the possibility of occurrence of these circumstances and their consequent costs (T. Horlick-Jones, J. Sime, N. Pidgeon, 2003, pp. 262-285). During the late 1980s and into the 1990s risk management activity has been growing explosively, both in terms of market trading and in terms of intermediated deals. In some cases, the risks of the newly invented instruments are not well understood by the firms... “Discuss the various ways in which modern...
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The presence of the current financial crises has made investors more determined in handling excess remunerations
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...investors more determined... as to link rewards to corporate and individual performance.” Section D.1.4 of the U.K corporate governance states that it is the responsibility of the remuneration committee to consider compensation commitments of their directors in the event of early termination. MM & K report is recent and its release fueled investor’s activism in fighting against pay rise. The report revealed that the medium total pay rise for FTSE 100 CEOs is 10 percent and one quarter of the CEOs in this index had 41 percent increment on their pay. Research indicates that the size of pay that a FTSE director has increased unexpectedly. For instance, between years 1990 and...
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Why Foreign Investors Need to Look at Political Risks in India
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...investors for the prospect of high returns, as they often experience faster economic growth as measured by GDP.” (Rediff Business, 2011) China’s economy is the fastest growing economy in the world at present. Similarly, India’s growth rate is expected to surpass even that of Japan. Studies by various organisations show that the emerging market economies are set to overtake all the G7 economies by 2020. Such studies do have enough reasons... ?Investing in Emerging Markets Introduction Emerging markets are the new development strategy of almost all multinational corporations at present. Several rounds of crisis in the western countries, uncertainty on the future of developed nations, and other economical...
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A report in the form of a business plan to pitch at potential investors
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...investors. The following is a summary of the main points of the proposed marketing plan. Objectives: The objectives of Royal Consultancy Limited are to create revenues, grow at a sustainable rate and be a leader in upholding citizenship ethics... Royal Consultancy Limited Table of Contents Royal Consultancy Limited 3 Executive Summary 3 Objectives: 4 Mission: 4 Keys to Success 4 Company Summary 5 Ownership 5 Start-up summary and financials 5 Company services 7 Market analysis Summary 8 Market segmentation 8 Small scale clients 9 Multinationals 9 Industry Participants 10 Distribution channels 10 Competitive comparison 11 Sourcing 11 Services and support 11 Market needs 11 Market trends 12 Market growth 12...
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The development of institutional investors, and their growing dominance as owners of modern corporations, has had a deep impact
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...Investors and Corporate Governance Introduction According to the OECD report on the influence of al investors in corporate governance, a high level of global assets under management are operationally controlled by the traditional institutional investors – more actively by the pension and mutual funds, and more passively by the insurance companies. It is estimated that in 2009, the total financial assets managed by institutional investors worldwide exceeds US$ 53 trillion, of which US$ 22 trillion of which is in equities. The implication is that company oversight, as well as the entire corporate governance system, will depend on the degree to which institutional investors make informed use... al...
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Investigation of Investors in People in the UK Leisure Industry - Using Fitness First as a case study
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...INVESTORS IN PEOPLE Investors in People in APA Style of or Corporation) Investors in People 2 Chapter One Introduction Companies are realizing more and more that their number one asset is people. Although products, raw materials, services, etc. contribute to the success of a business, a business’s staff is its top resource. Even if a company refuses to acknowledge this very fact and invest in its employees, the results will be evident. Lack of knowledge, motivation, poor skills, less quality of work, and minimal customer results are just a few of the consequences of not investing in the staff. Companies now realize that they should not only invest... in their clients/customers but...
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To gain insights to some of the factors that will help movie investors in making better decisions
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...investors make better decisions Introduction/ Objective The research study is aimed at providing an insight on the production of Hollywood movies, and establishes factors affecting their success. In addressing the research problem, data from 100 out of 600 movies was collected through a random selection method in order to provide reliable and unbiased report, 100 from 2012. After the collection of data and information, multi-linear regression is carried out, in analyzing and interpreting the information. The research question focuses on whether movies break even at the initial release in the box office. Therefore, market research data is collected in concert with the research... Factors that aid movie...
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Stock Markets are Efficient Thus Investors are Supposed to Adhere to a Passive Strategy of Spending in the Market Portfolio
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...investors are supposed to adhere to a passive strategy of spending in the market portfolio. Active fund management is inefficient and brings in substandard returns. Discuss this Investment portfolio hypothesis guide the process in which an investing entity or economic planner distributes capital and related assets in an investing portfolio (Smith 1962; Noussair, Plott and Riezman 1995; Sabbadini 2010). An investing portfolio is characterized by long-term ambitions, free from a market's daily oscillations. Due to the effect of these targets, investment portfolio hypothesis seek to assist investors or economic experts with mechanisms to approximate anticipated risk... ?Stock markets are efficient thus...
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An Analysis of Marketing Communications Tools Used by Venture Capital Investment funds to attract Investors and Gain their Trust
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...Investors and Gain their Trust Venture Capital funds are attracting cash from all over the word to fuel the organic growth of the “new economy” (Snieksta 2011). The new economy may be defined as an economy characterized by the absence of business cycles or inflations. The new economy usually has an accelerated rate of productivity growth. Industries such as the software industry and e-commerce characterize the new economy.(Gronlund, 2008) It is the most trending financial services area with huge external interest caused by the recent Silicon Valley IPO(Initial Public Offering) success (BBG... An Analysis of Marketing Communications Tools Used by Venture Capital Investment funds to attract...
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