Digesting Financial Statements: Revenue
When it comes to reporting revenue, companies should pinpoint the perilous revenues, match reported revenues to the money at hand, and analyze and compare sustainable growth from other revenue sources. Determine ...
Digesting Financial Statements: System
A financial statement serves as an avenue for assimilating the overall health of a business. Let’s illustrate the four key steps in a cash-based dealing of a company: Step 1: Shareholders and/or creditors inject capital into th ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Working Capital
Analysts and investors look at the working capital and its trends to measure a company’s financial performance. This metric determines a business’ efficiency and short-term financial capacity by subtracting current assets from current ...
Ethical Investing: Activism and Advocacy of Shareholders
Activist investors are not contented with just purchasing stocks and supporting its actions or decisions. They want to change the norms of targeted corporations for two reasons: align investments with their core values and make entities behave mor ...
Ethical Investing: Corporate Governance
It is important for ethical investors to determine how companies manage themselves and their relations with investors and stakeholders. These are the major corporate governance issues concerning ethical inve ...
Ethical Investing: Environmentally-Conscious Investing
Environmentalist or not, as an investor, you care so much about your surroundings. Hence, you invest in companies that can reduce their negative impact on the environment. When it comes to choosing the firms to invest in, consider the following as ...
Ethical Investing: Instruments for Ethical Investing
The investment instruments available to ethical investors are similar to those available to all other investors, including bonds, exchange-traded funds, hedge funds, mutual funds, real estate, and stocks. ...
Ethical Investing: Its Advantages and Disadvantages
Believe it or not, ethical investing comprises a huge emotional component. Investors are human; therefore, they let emotions drive their decisions. In most cases, when a company supports various noble causes, it can lead to a better stock performa ...
Ethical Investing: Knowing Human Rights and Workers` Rights
Ethical investors want to know how corporations treat people, specifically their workers. They depend on the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights serve for the definition of human rights. In essence, the declaration states all people should be ...
Ethical Investing: Leaving an Ethical Imprint
After selecting the rightful ethical investments and making it work, it is about to decide how to disburse your assets after you die. You have two options in distributing your assets: create a plan yourself or ask someone else to do the planning f ...
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Beat the Stress in Five Ways
Many novice investors are guilty of having the fear of the unknown, causing them to make abrupt investment decisions, taking profits prematurely, or incurring too much losses. To keep emotions at b ay, one needs to design a well-rounded trading plan to lessen the stress that comes with investing.
Secure Your Vacay, Get Insured
Taking a much needed break anytime soon? Or you simply love exploring the world? Still, it pays to safeguard your vacation or let sudden circumstances turn things around. Whilst no one wants to face (or even think about) worst-case scenario, there is a pressing necessity to secure a travel insurance.
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