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    the financial investment is an unfamiliar industry to every family. People usually save their money in the bank, some of them even keep their money at home. However there are some special outstanding people has already know the importance of the financial investment and right now they become one of the richest man in the world. Such as Warren Edward Buffett. Because of the influence of these people. More and more people start to know and learn how to get profit from financial investment. Nevertheless

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    Investment

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    ScenarioThe bank of TSB (Lloyds bank) is an investment bank involved in selling securities such as stocks and bonds to the public, as well as traditional scope of business such as deposit and loan. After graduation, you decided to join the bank as a financial advisor, to advice about market trends in specific securities, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, limited partnerships, and commodity pools, and the real estate such as coins, precious metals, then providing a selective list of products, finally

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    I: Types of investment: (words: 184). There are two main types of investments which are real investment and financial investment. Real investment in the literal meaning is real assets investment; it is an enterprise in cash in kind such as investment in intangible assets invested in other companies. It has many characteristics like close link with the production and operation, and the payback period is long and slow realization of investment and poor mobility. The examples are land and machinery

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    Investment Banking

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    Introduction to Investment Banking An investment bank is not a bank in the usual sense. It doesn't have checking or savings accounts, nor does it make auto or home loans. It is a bank in the general sense, in that it helps businesses, governments, and agencies to get financing from investors in a similar way that regular banks help these organizations get financing by lending money that the banks' customers have deposited in the banks' savings, checking, and money market accounts, and CDs. In other

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    The Investment Detective

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    Project Free Cash Flows (dollars in thousands) Project number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Initial investment (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) (2,000) Year 1 $ 330 $ 1,666 $ 160 $ 280 $ 2,200 $ 1,200 $ (350) 2 330 334 200 280 900 (60) 3 330 165 350 280 300 60 4 330

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    Investment Appraisal

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    D. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. INVESTMENT APPRAISAL The nature of investment decisions and the appraisal process Non-discounted cash flow techniques Discounted cash flow techniques Allowing for inflation and taxation in DCF Adjusting for risk and uncertainty in investment appraisal Specific investment decisions (lease or buy; asset replacement, capital rationing) The Nature of Investment Decisions and the Appraisal Process What is an investment? An investment is any expenditure in the expectation of

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    Investment in Vietnam

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    Recently, Vietnam is attracting increasing interest from international investors as a promising emerging market. Some of the largest U.S. corporations such as Intel, IBM, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, to name a few, started to set foot in the country with confidence. However, investing in Vietnam still constitutes a conundrum for outsiders and horror stories have been told by former entrepreneurs who lost their fortunes and even almost lost their lives dealing with the Vietnamese Communist Party. Case

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    have been any breaches concerning the investment of the trust and, if so to consider the consequences. As mentioned the will contained no further provisions, therefore there are no express controls in the trust instrument with reference to investment so the following advice is on the basis that the trustees’ powers are statutory. Furthermore we are not told of any provision purporting to exclude liability of the trustees. A trustee may make any kind of investment that he could make if he were entitled

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    Personal Investment

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    PERSONAL INVESTMENT Personal investment is defined as an individual invest and manage their own financial instrument, such as, stocks, bonds, property and others. This personal investment is in aims of improve the liquidity and efficiency of the equity and capital of the individual. Basically, the individual investors have to develop their own investment plan and framework based on different characteristics of the individual investors. This is because the personal investment is very subjective,

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    Alternative Investments

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    ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS Research paper Zagreb, svibanj 2013. Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION 3 2. ART INVESTMENT 3 3. OLD - TIMERS 6 4. BASEBALL MEMORABILIA 8 5. WINE 11 6. CONCLUSION 13 INTRODUCTION | Alternative investments have become popular because many people and investors have been looking into safer ways to invest their money. But there is a question: What is actually an alternative investment

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