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Risk Diversification By Homework Help Classof1
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Mergers and acquisitions occur for many different reasons, ranging from the desire for risk reduction to the necessity of doing something with extra cash currently held for which the firm has no... More > other special plans. Risk diversification is a difficult objective to evaluate. Individual investors can diversify for themselves.< Less
Investment Management: Portfolio Diversification, Risk, and Timing-Fact and Fiction By Robert L. Hagin
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A new look at the important issue of investment management in the 21st century Written for professional and private investors-as well as fiduciaries who rely on investment professionals-this book... More > presents the content of an advanced investment-management course in an easy-to-read, question-and-answer format. Robert L. Hagin (Haverford, PA) is a 30-year investment management veteran who recently retired as Executive Director for Morgan Stanley Investment Management.< Less
Mutual Funds By American Government
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Over the past decade, American investors increasingly have turned to mutual funds to save for retirement and other financial goals. Mutual funds can offer the advantages of diversification and... More > professional management. But, as with other investment choices, investing in mutual funds involves risk. And fees and taxes will diminish a fund’s returns. It pays to understand both the upsides and downsides of mutual fund investing and how to choose products that match your goals and tolerance for risk. This book explains the basics of mutual fund investing, how mutual funds work, what factors to consider before investing, and how to avoid common pitfalls.< Less
Personal Finance By Jan Young
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How to achieve your lifetime goals from a financial standpoint and live comfortably as a result: The author offers timeless advice on living, earning, saving, borrowing, spending, and investing based... More > on his experience and on advice he got from those who had gone before. Useful for people of all ages, but especially valuable to those who are young and just getting started and to those who are approaching retirement.< Less
Personal Finance By Jan Young
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How to achieve your lifetime goals from a financial standpoint and live comfortably as a result: The author offers timeless advice on living, earning, saving, borrowing, spending, and investing based... More > on his experience and on advice he got from those who had gone before. Useful for people of all ages, but especially valuable to those who are young and just getting started and to those who are approaching retirement.< Less
Saving and Investing for Students By American Government
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Knowing how to secure your financial well-being is one of the most important things you’ll ever need in life. You don’t have to be a genius to do it. You just need to know a few basics,... More > form a plan, and be ready to stick to it. No matter how much or little money you have, the important thing is to educate yourself about your opportunities. In this brochure, we’ll cover the basics on saving and investing.< Less
Half Life By Geoffrey P. Forster
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In Half Life Forster documents a detailed study of corporate survival trends, and examines and extends the existing landscapes, tools, models and indexes used to monitor the corporate life cycle.... More > Forster goes on to describe the creation of a new business fitness landscape model, introduces two new business risk parameters, creates a new business diversity fitness index, and completes a macro analysis of the extinction rates associated with the 100 largest corporations in the United States. With these new tools Forster establishes a new model for viewing the mean life and half life of large corporations and for studying the impact that related and unrelated diversification in industry participation has on a corporation's effective lifespan. Forster suggests that established corporations don’t survive just by being the fittest, but that they survive rapid discontinuous change by finding a new optimum position in a new business fitness landscape.< Less
Half Life By Geoffrey P. Forster
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In Half Life Forster documents a detailed study of corporate survival trends, and examines and extends the existing landscapes, tools, models and indexes used to monitor the corporate life cycle.... More > Forster goes on to describe the creation of a new business fitness landscape model, introduces two new business risk parameters, creates a new business diversity fitness index, and completes a macro analysis of the extinction rates associated with the 100 largest corporations in the United States. With these new tools Forster establishes a new model for viewing the mean life and half life of large corporations and for studying the impact that related and unrelated diversification in industry participation has on a corporation's effective lifespan. Forster suggests that established corporations don’t survive just by being the fittest, but that they survive rapid discontinuous change by finding a new optimum position in a new business fitness landscape.< Less
Acquisition Analysis Tutorial By Richard Malekian
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The purpose of this tutorial is to provide the framework as well as the tools to conduct a proper quantitative analysis of acquisition opportunities. Initially, the various reasons why a company may... More > want to engage in an acquisition will be explored and critiqued, and the importance of “synergy” in determining the ultimate value of an acquisition will be addressed. The next section of the tutorial will address how acquisitions can be quantified and valued using a Free Cash Flow approach. In this section, we will address the quantification of total value received versus total value paid, and the determination of whether value is either created or destroyed for the acquiring company’s shareholders. The last section of the tutorial will address how acquisitions can be alternatively quantified and valued using an Economic Profit approach.< Less
Free Cash Flow: The Key to Shareholder Value Creation By Richard Malekian
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The goal of this course is to give the course participant a firm understanding of what Free Cash Flow is, and how it can be used to make better business decisions. The major topics to be covered... More > include: Introduction to Free Cash Flow; Free Cash Flow Adjustments; Free Cash Flow drivers; Cost of Capital; Capital Budgeting Using Free Cash Flow; Free Cash Flow and Interim Financial Results; Acquisition Analysis Using Free Cash Flow; and Free Cash Flow & Incentive Compensation< Less