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If the return on investments decreases, shareholders and investors will eventually sell their shares as their investment is not utilized efficiently and it will affect the com…pany's over all value. (MORE)

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A Return on Investment (ROI) is calculated to measure the performance of one investment relative to another. ROI is expressed as a percentage and is based on returns over an a…ssociated time period, usually one year. For example, a 25 percent annual ROI means that a $100 investment would return $25 in one year. Thus, after one year, the total investment becomes $125. Write down the amount of your total investment, including fees and expenses, if any. Write down the amount of profit or loss associated with your investment. Calculate the ROI by dividing the profit by the total investment. Many mutual fund websites provide with calculators to find the rate of returns according to the investment made. Reliance Mutual fund is one of the AMC that allows the user to calculate the rate of investment returns. (MORE)

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ranking is difficult as this method gives a relative measure rather than an absolute measure.

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The primary source would be the profits of the company in which the investment has been made. If the investment is in an investment fund, the return would be the distr…ibutable profits of the group of companies that are in the investment portfolio of the fund. Profits can have various sources e.g. rental income from property, sales of products, provision of services, interest on loans and mortgages, manufacturing trade goods, mining and mineral extraction etc etc. (MORE)

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Investment return and risk are fundamental to understanding market behavior. Return on investment is essentially profit made by an investor. Profits and losses must be analyze…d carefully, as simple percentage comparisons give misleading answers. Risk refers to the probability of depreciation as well as its potential magnitude, which can exceed original invested amount. Risk and return on investment are directly correlated; higher risk begets a smaller chance of high return and vice versa. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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This variable is not constant. Your return on investment can depend on how much you put into it, how much you make from it, and other factors.

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Simple return on investment is done by dividing the final amount of money gained off the investment and dividing that by the initial cost of the investment. If your investment… is more complex or you have tons of investments, you local bank will be the best place to get these numbers figured out. (MORE)

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There are a few ways one can maximize their investment returns, such as directing saved money straight into the investments. Making sure one lives frugally is also important b…ecause it allows one to put more money into investments. It's also important to remember that investments don't necessarily mean stocks - it's often a good idea to put the money in a high return savings account. (MORE)