Supply Chain. •Warehousing- How Many Warehouses Do We Need,

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Supply Chain
• Warehousing - how many warehouses do we need, where should we put them
• Materials handling – how should we move the products within our facilities
• Inventory control – how much invetory should we keep on hand, how should we store and distrubute it
• Order processing – how should we manage incpoming and outgoing orders
Store Retailers

Non-store retailers
• Online – buying stuff on the internet
• Direct response – things like catalougs, telemarketing, and advertising like infomercials
• Direct selling – things like door to door, in the workplace, or telemarketing again
• Vending- vending machines, or other machine that provides a good in exchange for money

Supply Chain management –
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uate similar to a stock, selling at a high is called premium, selling low is a discount
• The Coupon rate is the interest paid on a bond, expressed as a percentage of the face value
• Convertibles bonds can be transferred into common stock
• Serial Bonds are bonds that follow the same rules, but they mature at different dates to spread out repayment
• A sinking fund is a pool of money that is added to periodically and used for repayment of bonds or stocks

Mutual Funds
• Allows individual investors to join together to invest a pool of money
• The fund still invests into bonds and stocks, works the same as a purchasing by yourself minus the middle men

• a broad selection of stocks, with an average price
• Buys and sells like a stock, also behaves like a stock in terms of price
• Lower cost and fee’s
• High liquidity

Marketing Strategy

Marketing Mix

Primary Market
• Public Offering – Where securities are sold to anyone in the investing public
• Private Placement – Securities are sold directly to large investors, details are negotiated with the issuing firm and public investors
• Initial Public Offering – The first time a corporation decides to sell its stock

Primary Securities – Where securities are bought right from the corporations
Secondary Securities – Where securities are traded, this includes over things like the TSX (Toronto stock exchange)

Limit Order - a direction given to a broker to buy or sell a security or commodity at a specified price or better
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