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All about investing

 


All about investing

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Invest

Invest is went you spend money in business or other things to get a profit of it, or a percent of the money the place, business, and organization is getting on the time you are putting your money. You can get your money in short or long term.

How to invest money? You can invest money in many different ways. You can invest on business, stocks, real estate, and other investment opportunities available for you online, in business newspapers, television, and other medias. The most use this options is the online investment. How to invest online? You can invest online by going to trust search websites like google.com, msn.com, and yahoo.com. After you put "invest" on search, you will find thousands and thousands of websites with opportunities for invest. Went you click on any website, then will be different opportunities you can choice and investigate about. After you select the one for you, you have to see different things in the investment before sign any agreement. You have details, locations, price, business operations, etc. You can also become a partner of the company you've chosen and make additional profit using local job search. But if you looking to invest in stocks, it is a little different then invest in an all business opportunity more ...


How to invest money

How to invest money? You can invest money in different sources, went you invest what you do is putting your money in part of a corporation to get profits or get a big percent back. You can invest money in different opportunities. Exist opportunities from business investments to stock investments.

Most of the people went they go to invest they don't even know how to invest money, the best way possible to get the most money possible. How to invest money is not complicated to do. The best way to invest money is by searching in important sources like the Internet and business newspapers. These two ways to invest money can help you to get the best opportunity for you. Where to invest money in the Internet; you can go and search in google.com, msn.com, yahoo.com. This websites can give you thousands and thousands of websites to search your investment opportunity. If you don't know how to invest money, you can learn to invest money in professional websites who can give you a detail explanation about how to invest money more ...


How to invest online

It is many ways, how to invest online. The Internet is the bigger source of information right now. 97 percent of the people go to the Internet to get the things you need. This is the most use source for investment that professionals use for investment. If you search in google.com, and you type "how to invest online" will come out thousands and thousands of websites that you can learn how to invest online. Most of this websites will give you a complete detail of how to invest your money with no problem. And others you can find articles about investment opportunities and how to do it the better way. Went you use msn.com you can get good real estate investment opportunities and can give an advance report on the stocks market. You will get an hour-by-hour report of the stocks. Yahoo.com is the same as msn.com; give you the investment opportunities you looking for more ...


Intellectual Capital Reporting

The limitation of financial reporting

Our current system - through its continual devotion to a traditional "reliability" standard - is actually producing less-reliable information, if viewed as the total picture.

- Steven Wallman, Former US Securities Exchange Commissioner

Financial reports and statements are far from accurate in communicating the real value of the enterprise and its future performance potential. Companies that are publicly traded are valued by the market at multiples of their book value, sometimes as high as 20 times. Of course, a percent-age of this market value can be attributed to market emotion and error. But when nearly 80 percent of corporate business assets are made of intellectual capital, and where financial reports report only on the 20 percent tangible assets, one starts to wonder about the accuracy and efficacy of these reports in reflecting the value of the enterprise and its future performance potential more ...





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