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Maitya

  1. According to Wikipedia, "In finance, a portfolio is a collection of investments held by an investment company, hedge fund, financial institution or individual." Broadly speaking a portfolio can be termed as a group of financial assets like stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and cash equivalents,Read more

    According to Wikipedia, “In finance, a portfolio is a collection of investments held by an investment company, hedge fund, financial institution or individual.”
    Broadly speaking a portfolio can be termed as a group of financial assets like stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and cash equivalents, as well as their fund counterparts, including mutual, exchange-traded and closed funds. It can also consist of non-publicly tradable securities, like art, real estate, etc. Money market accounts make full use of this concept to function properly.

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Pallavi Kamat

  1. A vision statement communicates what your company aspires to be in the coming future. The vision statement is looked up on as a guide for any actions to be taken. Vision statement can act as a strategic decision making tool if it communicates company's future goals clearly. How to write a vision staRead more

    A vision statement communicates what your company aspires to be in the coming future. The vision statement is looked up on as a guide for any actions to be taken. Vision statement can act as a strategic decision making tool if it communicates company’s future goals clearly.

    How to write a vision statement?
    The major requirements to write a vision statement is a creative mind and a long-sighted vision.
    A vision statement should be clear and easy to understand.
    It should be written in present tense and concise language.

    Often people confuse vision and mission statement. In a line vision statement is where you aspire to be and mission statement communicates the purpose of organization’s existence.

    To get more understanding you can go through https://www.feedough.com/vision-statement/

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Maitya

  1. Going by the definition: A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced by Sir John Herschel in 1842, the process allowed rapid and accurate production of an unlimited number of copies, it is a guide for making something — it'Read more

    Going by the definition: A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced by Sir John Herschel in 1842, the process allowed rapid and accurate production of an unlimited number of copies, it is a guide for making something — it’s a design or pattern that can be followed.
    Although the literal meaning of a blueprint is a paper — which is blue — with plans for a building printed on it. You can also call other guides or plans blueprints. The way you do your homework every night could provide a blueprint for your little sister’s study habits. A business plan is a blueprint for a profitable business. Religions and philosophies provide the blueprint for many people’s lives. A blueprint helps you figure out what to do.

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Janny

  1. There are many benefits of swapping, firstly talking about their cost, swap is generally cheaper. There is no upfront premium and it reduces transactions costs. They can be used to hedge risk, and long time period hedge is possible and it provides flexibility and maintains informational advantages.Read more

    There are many benefits of swapping, firstly talking about their cost, swap is generally cheaper. There is no upfront premium and it reduces transactions costs. They can be used to hedge risk, and long time period hedge is possible and it provides flexibility and maintains informational advantages. A snap has longer term than futures or options, they will run for years, whereas forwards and futures are for the relatively short term. Lastly, using swaps can give companies a better match between their liabilities and revenues.

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Zamir Javer

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  1. Zero to one by Peter Thiel is my personal best of the many I've read. Outlined in the book in a concrete approach towards true innovation for a startup and a couple of other great things.

    Zero to one by Peter Thiel is my personal best of the many I’ve read. Outlined in the book in a concrete approach towards true innovation for a startup and a couple of other great things.

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rayon

  1. These are the intangible assets of the business which prove to be useful in certain ways. There are patents, copyrights, trademarks etc. While a lot of innovative companies goes for patents of their innovation, so that they are not claimed by anyone else and only they have the right to its productioRead more

    These are the intangible assets of the business which prove to be useful in certain ways. There are patents, copyrights, trademarks etc. While a lot of innovative companies goes for patents of their innovation, so that they are not claimed by anyone else and only they have the right to its production. A common example of copyrights are movies, as you may know that plagiarism is not a legal thing, what makes it illegal is copyright which is done for all the movies, and also for books, songs etc. An example of trademark could be seen when companies get their logos trademarked, like that of Intel.

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rayon

  1. A portfolio is pivotal for any investor to be successful and there are few steps which can help you do ii better. Firstly, you need to determine the right asset allocation and arrangement for your investment goals and risk tolerance. To examine your portfolio's actual asset allocation, quantitativelRead more

    A portfolio is pivotal for any investor to be successful and there are few steps which can help you do ii better. Firstly, you need to determine the right asset allocation and arrangement for your investment goals and risk tolerance. To examine your portfolio’s actual asset allocation, quantitatively categorize the investments and determine their values’ proportion to the whole. One done with that you shall pick the individual assets to be put in your portfolio.Thirdly, monitor the diversification of your portfolio, checking to see how weightings have changed. Lastly you may make adjustments when necessary, analyzing which underweighted securities to buy with the proceeds from selling the overweighted securities.

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Janny

  1. Burn rate is a rate at which a company spends money. This parameter is very critical for startups as it reflects whether a company will survive or not, it is a key indicator of company's financial health. Regardless of its situation, any company should have a burn rate that ensures at least six montRead more

    Burn rate is a rate at which a company spends money. This parameter is very critical for startups as it reflects whether a company will survive or not, it is a key indicator of company’s financial health.
    Regardless of its situation, any company should have a burn rate that ensures at least six months of cash runway. Any less than that and you may not be prepared for unexpected changes in revenue or spending.
    It simply means that to have a good burn rate you should have a lot of cash in the bank, a strong line of credit, growing revenue sources and support from venture capital. These are some important factors that will keep your startup financially healthy.

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rayon

  1. In business, a corporate raid is the mechanism of buying a large stake in a corporation to make profit and then using shareholder voting rights to require the company to undertake novel measures designed to increase the share value, generally in opposition to the desires and practices of the corporaRead more

    In business, a corporate raid is the mechanism of buying a large stake in a corporation to make profit and then using shareholder voting rights to require the company to undertake novel measures designed to increase the share value, generally in opposition to the desires and practices of the corporation’s current management. It involves a corporate raider, who is an investor that buys a large number of shares in a corporation whose assets comes out to be undervalued. The large share purchase would permit the corporate raider significant voting rights, which could then be used to bring some changes in the company’s leadership and management. So basically raiding generally occurs when the company’s share price has recently fallen significantly. It is also called venture arbitrage.

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