What is the difference between Systematic Investment Plan and Value Averaging?
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Value averaging (VA) is a method of investing similar to Dollar cost averaging (DCA). Both VA and DCA are systematic investments in that you invest a certain amount every month for a period of time. For example you invest $100 per month for 5 years into a specific mutual fund. For more info on Value Averaging visit http://www.valueaveraging.ca
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Random errors -. Random errors can be evaluated through statistical analysis and can be reduced by averaging over a large number of observations.. Systematic errors -. Systematic errors are difficult to detect and cannot be analyzed statistically, because all of the data is off in the same dire…ction (either to high or too low). Spotting and correcting for systematic error takes a lot of care. ( Full Answer )
ANSWER \n. \nPhysical assets refer to commodities (gold, silver, copper, etc.), real estate (land or buildings), wine, art and other tangible assets. You will hear people use various terns such as commodities, real assets and other loosely defined terms. The physical assets have value if someone …wants to put the assets to productive use. Gold will also have a value as an alternative to paper currency.\n. \nShares of stock in a publicly traded company are considered a financial asset where you are one of many owners of the company. Or you can buy shares in an index or fund made up of a group of companies. The performance of the shares can depend on many factors including the performance of the management and the behavior of the other investors. ( Full Answer )
Planned Value is the authorized budget assigned to the scheduled work to be accomplished for a schedule activity or a work breakdown structure component. Earned Value is the value of completed work expressed in terms of the approved budget assigned to that work for a schedule activity or work break…down structure component. ( Full Answer )
\nSaving is when you put money in the bank in a savngs account or you are careful not to buy articles that are expensive by looking first and then buying.\n. \nInvesting is when you buy something that is of value, for example a house or property. You may later sell the asset and get a profit from t…he sale. \n. \nHope my answer is of help ( Full Answer )
investment refers to the purchase of new capital such as equipment or buildings. National savings is the exccess of income after consumption expenses have been met.
A listed investment is a closed-end investment, while a quotedinvestment has visible market valuation. In a listed investment themanager does not have to worry about funds being withdrawn.
Planning is just current planning whereas strategic planning helpsplan the business for more than 5 years from now.
Investing in shares is where you purchase a certain share of a company. Investing in real assets mean when you actually purchase a house, or gold or silver.
Policy: . A policy is a set of rules and guidelines that should be applied to all projects. Examples of policies may include:. All workers will wear hard hats . All code must undergo a code-review . No module should be more than 500 lines long . All changes must be recorded in the work log .… Plan: . A plan is a set of actions that will be undertaken to achieve a goal. For example, if we wanted to design a calculator, the plan would be:. Design the User Interface (E.g. what color the buttons will be) . Write the code . Send to QA to be tested . Fix bugs . Upload to Web Site . Inform WebMaster so ha can create link link . Inform marketing ( Full Answer )
Investment banks provide financial services that are geared towardraising capital such as underwriting, issuance of securities,assisting in mergers and acquisitions, and investment management.Unlike commercial banks, they do not take deposits. Whileinvestment banks make their money by charging fees …for theirservices, commercial banks earn their money by charging higherinterest rates on loans than what they pay for people's deposits. ( Full Answer )
Investing is when we expect the money to appreciate atleast to beat the inflation, and thus money grows. Saving is just to keep the money idle out of the expenditure.
Random error is the error made because of some calculation mistakes but systematic error is the difference between the real value and the value that you found.
Systematic Risk: . It is the risk in financial market or in market general which exists due to factors which are beyond the control of humans or the people working in market and that;s why risk free rate use in market is only exists there to protect the investors from that systemetic risk.. Unsy…stematic Risk: . This is the risk other than systematic risk and which is due to factors directly controllable by the people dealing in market and market risk premium rate is paid due to compensate this type of unsystematic risk in market.. Total Risk = Systematic Risk + Unsystematic Risk ( Full Answer )
Systematic instructional planning can be done by a systematic academic educated person. Other wise it will be torch in the hands of a blind man.
Systematic investment plan is a comvenient and disciplined way toinvest in mutula funds. ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund allow you toinvest throigh SIP to reach yor financial goals. It is important toinvest the right SIP amount regularly.
RMS stands for root mean square. This is done so that negative values are then treated as positive values. In AC power for example, the voltage varies between a negative and a positive value. The number is squared and then the square root of this value is taken and the mean (average) of these number…s gives the answer. For example -40 is squared to become 1600 and then the square root of 1600 is taken to become 40 (a negative number becomes a positive number).If this wasn't done then the average value of AC power would be zero. ( Full Answer )
Some positively charged monotomic ions, such as iron and copper ions can have more than one charge. For example, iron ions can have a charge of 2 + or 3 + , and copper ions can have a charge of 1 + or 2 + . Today, in the systematic method of naming, we would call them iron (II) and iron (III) ions…; and copper (I) and copper (II) ions. In the past, however, they were called (and sometimes still are) ferrous ions and ferric ions; and cuprous and cupric ions, respectively. Using the systematic method of identifying the ion with its charge is better, because you don't have to remember which ion is -ous, and which ion is -ic. This makes it much easier to write chemical formulas using these types of ions. ( Full Answer )
A loan is an agreement between us and the loan issuer wherein we borrow a fixed amount of money from them and then repay the money along with interest. Ex: home mortgage loans, personal loans, car loans etc An investment is nothing but depositing money in an financial instrument which would appre…ciate in value over a period of time and give us profits. ex: shares, mutual funds, real estate etc ( Full Answer )
ROI was developed by the DuPont Powder Company in the early 1900s to help manage the vertically integrated enterprise (Johnson & Kaplan, 1987). The intent of this measure is to evaluate the success of a company or division by comparing its operating income to its invested capital. A firm can improve… ROI in two ways. First, the profit margin earned per sales dollar can be increased. Second, the sales revenue generated per dollar of invested capital can be increased (this is known as asset turnover). Exhibit 1 shows ROI in equation form and includes a brief numerical illustration of the ROI calculation. The appeal of ROI is that it controls for size differences across plants or divisions. For example, assume the managers of divisions A and B earned $1,000,000 and $800,000 in operating income respectively. A naive interpretation of these differences in operating income would be that the manager of division A outperformed the manager of division B. This viewpoint is naive because the source of division A's higher income may be its greater size relative to division B. To control this problem, ROI is used to measure each division's income relative to the asset base deployed, thereby standardizing the computation into a ratio while deemphasizing the absolute amount. The primary limitation of ROI is that it can encourage managers, who are evaluated and rewarded based solely on this measure, to make investment divisions that are in their own best interests, while not being in the best interests of the company as a whole (Morse, et al., 1996). For example, Exhibit 2 (Panel A) contains a fact scenario involving The Ohio Company's printing division. Currently, this division, which has a weighted average cost of capital of 10%,(3) is focused on the magazine publishing market niche, which has a projected ROI of 15%. The printing division manager is contemplating two new investment opportunities - home repair books and garden catalogs - both of which could potentially be funded by The Ohio Company. A financial analysis shows that the home repair books investment opportunity would generate an ROI of 13.7%, while the garden catalogs alternative would generate an ROI of 18.8%. Assuming the printing division manager is compensated based solely on ROI, she will be motivated to pursue only the garden catalog option because it would increase the projected ROI of 15% currently being earned in magazine publishing. She would not pursue the home repair books alternative because it would lower her projected ROI and adversely affect her performance evaluation and compensation. Conversely, the company would prefer that she pursue both alternatives because each exceeds the 10% cost of capital.(4) Should the printing division manager be blamed for not being a team player? Well, imagine the frustration of making investment choices in the best interests of the company and being "rewarded" with a pay cut because ROI declined from the prior year! EVA helps overcome the goal incongruence that exists between the manager and the firm in this situation. Using EVA instead of ROI to reward the printing division manager would motivate her to accept any investment alternatives that generate a return greater than the company's 10% cost of capital. Exhibit 2 (Panel B) shows the EVA calculations for each of the printing division's investment opportunities. The home repair books investment option generates $192,000 of EVA, thereby creating wealth for the company and boosting the division's total EVA from $750,000 to $942,000. The garden catalogs option produces EVA of $350,000, thereby generating wealth for the company and further raising the division's total EVA to $1,292,000. Exhibit 3 summarizes the primary difference between ROI and EVA. With ROI (see Panel A), any investment alternative that offers a return less than the cost of capital will not be supported by division managers or the company. In this situation, the ROI measure encourages division managers to exhibit decision making behavior that is congruent with the goals of the company. Similarly, any investment opportunity that offers a return greater than the anticipated ROI will be viewed favorably by division managers and the company. Again, ROI elicits goal-congruent behavior from the division manager. However, any investment alternative that offers a return equal to or greater than the cost of capital, but less than the division's anticipated ROI, will be viewed unfavorably by division managers, despite being viewed as desirable by the company as a whole. The problem with using ROI to reward employee performance in these situations is that managers are penalized, in terms of financial compensation, for making decisions that lower their ROI while increasing the firm's wealth. Accordingly, the manager's conduct may lead to underutilization of available capital that could have earned a return in excess of the company's cost of capital. From the firm's perspective this is viewed as dysfunctional decision making. From the manager's perspective, the over-reliance on ROI as a performance indicator gives her no choice. With EVA (see Exhibit 3, Panel B), goal-congruent behavior is always elicited from division managers. Any investment opportunity with an EVA greater than zero (or a return greater than the cost of capital) will be viewed favorably by division managers and the company. Investment options with an EVA less than zero (or a return less than the cost of capital) will be viewed unfavorably by division managers and the company. Thus, the primary strength of EVA is that it provides a measure of wealth creation that aligns the goals of divisional or plant managers with the goals of the entire company. * Limitations Despite EVA's advantage over ROI, this measure has four limitations that are presented under the following headings: size differences, financial orientation, short-term orientation, and results-orientation. [TABULAR DATA FOR EXHIBIT 3 OMITTED] Size Differences. EVA does not control for size differences across plants or divisions (Hansen & Mowen, 1997; Horngren, et al., 1997). A larger plant or division will tend to have a higher EVA relative to its smaller counterparts. For example, refer to the data in Exhibit 2 and let us assume for a moment that magazine publishing, home repair books, and garden catalogs represent three separate divisions of The Ohio Company with actual (as opposed to projected) results as shown. Using only EVA to compare performance across the three divisions, Exhibit 2 (Panel B) indicates that magazine publishing has been the most successful by generating $750,000 in EVA. However, the garden catalog division could make a valid argument that it was more successful than the magazine publishing division because it more efficiently deployed its assets generating an ROI of 18.75%. The managers of this division could argue that if they were afforded a $15 million asset base they could have generated operating income of $2,812,500 ($15,000,000 x 18.75%). The sole reason garden catalogs' EVA is less than magazine publishings' is due to a size difference in the two divisions' investment bases. Notice, the "catch 22" here. While EVA is more effective than ROI at aligning plant managers' goals with corporate goals, it does not control for size differences across organizational units like ROI does. Financial Orientation. EVA is a computed number that relies on financial accounting methods of revenue realization and expense recognition. If motivated to do so, managers can manipulate these numbers by altering their decision making processes (Horngren, et al., 1997). Three examples will help illustrate this point. First, managers can manipulate the revenue recognized during an accounting period by choosing which customer orders to fill and which to delay. Highly profitable orders may be expedited at the end of the accounting period and shipped to the customers a few weeks before the agreed-upon delivery date, while less profitable orders may be delay and shipped after the end of the accounting period and after the agreed-upon delivery date. The end result of this scenario is a boost to current period EVA and an adverse blow to customer satisfaction and retention. Second, discretionary expenditures can be terminated to boost EVA. For example, an employee training program conducted by an outside consulting firm can be terminated towards the end of an accounting period. The savings in consulting fees resulting from the cancellation reduce the expenses recognized during the current period, thereby increasing EVA, but what about the commitment to workforce training? Third, managers may decide not to replace completely depreciated assets. Keeping the outdated equipment on the accountant's books lowers the asset base and ensures that no depreciation expense charges are recognized, thereby increasing EVA; however, product quality and customer satisfaction may suffer if outdated manufacturing equipment continues to be used. Each of these examples reflects a choice on the part of managers for personal gain over corporate welfare. From the standpoint of the company, these choices are viewed as dysfunctional and perhaps even unethical. From the standpoint of managers, the over-reliance on EVA to evaluate their performance is viewed as dysfunctional. The temptation to manipulate the accounting numbers would be genuine for any manager who knows they dramatically improved their performance in ways that are not immediately reflected in the accountants' ledgers. Nothing demotivates managers faster than being unjustly penalized by a financial measure, such as EVA, that fails to accurately depict their true level of effort and performance. Short-Term Orientation. The intent of a performance measurement system should be to match employees' effort, ingenuity, and accomplishments with their compensation. If a manager conceives of an innovative idea, researches it, organizes it, presents it to superiors, and begins implementing it in the current accounting period, some measure of compensation should be afforded to the manager in the current period for the effort and ingenuity expended. However, that is not how financial measures, such as EVA, work when they are used to evaluate employee performance. EVA overemphasizes the need to generate immediate results; therefore, it creates a disincentive for managers to invest in innovative product or process technologies. After all, every investment in innovation has the same economic profile. The costs or expenses associated with the project are recognized, at least in part, by the accountants immediately. The benefits or revenues associated with the initiatives are not recognized by the accountants until a few years down the road. The net effect for managers investing in innovation is a lower EVA in the current period accompanied by an unsatisfactory pay raise or perhaps even a bypassed promotion, demotion, or layoff. Granted, the possibility exists that innovative ideas may lead to greater pay raises in the future; however, all managers understand "time value of money" concepts and the notion of risk. Money in the pocket today is a certainty and is worth more than the prospect of money earned in the future, which is worth less and is more uncertain. In an influential Harvard Business Review article entitled "Managing Our Way to Economic Decline," the authors state: "Although innovation, the lifeblood of any vital enterprise, is best encouraged by an environment that does not unduly penalize failure, the predictable result of relying too heavily on short-term financial measures - a sort of managerial remote control - is an environment in which no one feels he or she can afford a failure or even a momentary dip in the bottom line" (Hayes & Abernathy, 1980). In an environment of financial control, the risks of innovation exceed the potential rewards. EVA is another form of managerial remote control that forces managers to put undue emphasis on the short-term bottom line. Results Orientation. Over the years, accountants have earned a reputation as the co-workers who arrive on the scene after a period of disappointing performance to "bayonet the wounded" with their historical financial reports. The accountants' reports state the obvious - that performance was less than expected - but they do not help offer solutions to the nonaccounting business managers who are responsible for continuously improving the value delivered to customers. Like its predecessor financial metrics, EVA is guilty of this charge. For example, engineers and operations managers are most interested in taking nonfinancial measures such as yield and throughput and focusing on the root cause drivers of these measures (McKinnon & Bruns, 1993; Johnson & Kaplan, 1987). Statistical process controls may be put in place to help ensure that machine calibrations stay "in control," thereby enhancing yields. Or, activity analyses may be performed in bottleneck operations to identify nonvalue activities that can be eliminated, thereby increasing throughput (Campbell, 1995). The focus is more on process-oriented (nonfinancial) measures than on financial measures. The only financial information potentially useful to engineers and operations managers is disaggregated activity-based cost information that may help in the following ways: (a) create an awareness of the cost associated with performing nonvalue added activities, (b) prioritize continuous improvement initiatives by quantifying the potential savings of competing alternatives, and (c) provide justification for cash outlays by quantifying the savings that may be realized from capital investments (Brinker, 1995). Aggregated, results-oriented financial numbers, such as EVA, that are accumulated at the end of an accounting period do not help point towards the root causes of operational inefficiencies; therefore, these measures offer limited useful information to people charged with the responsibility of managing business processes. ( Full Answer )
Investment assets are assets that are held for investment purposes. Some examples are: Gold, Silver, Bonds , Stocks. Where as a consumption asset is an asset that is typically held for consumption. Some examples are: Oil, Copper, Cattle.
Plant taxonomy is d classification of taxa ( unit of classification) in a system dat expressed their relationship while sysrematic is a comparative of a systematic unit of the fact finding their field in taxonomy, classification, nomenclature n morphology or phytography
Systematic (Christian) theology is an academic discipline that seeks to develop an overarching and coherent understanding of Christian thought by use of sacred texts (the Old and New Testaments and sometimes including the Apocrypha), history, philosophy and science. It is open to change and developm…ent. There is no singular and final outcome - the outcome depends on the particular perspective of the theologian developing an ordered system through his or her own filters (tradition, biases etc). . Biblical Theology on the other hand is a particular branch of theology that seeks to interpret all of the Scripture through the lens of Jesus Christ. This particular theological perspective holds that Jesus is the central character of the Bible and the whole of Scripture (including the Old Testament which preceded him) can only rightly be understood in relation to him. Thus a number of the Psalms (Jewish poems and songs) are read with Jesus as the object of the Psalm. . Biblical theology is generally championed by the more conservative elements of protestant Christianity. ( Full Answer )
A plan wherein investor systematically transfers some specifiedamount from one fund to another fund. Normally, an investor goesthrough this route to transfer in a phased manner from fund of onecategory (like from Debt/liquid) to fund of other category (likeEquity/Diversified) or vice versa. Unlike S…IP or lump sum investment, it entails the benefit ofreceiving two-way returns instead of mere investing in a particularfund only. For example, an investor can achieve returns on hisliquid investment (where he is invested lump sum) along withsystematically allocating SIPs to Equity Fund (where he istransferring his STP) and earning returns on equity portion too. ( Full Answer )
A Systematic Investment Plan is nothing but a regular commitment from an investor wherein the investor agrees to invest a predetermined amount of money regularly (Usually every month) for a predetermined period (Usually 1 year or more). Simply speaking, a Mutual Fund SIP is like a Bank Recurring D…eposit with a difference that, the Mutual Fund will invest in the stock market while the Bank does not do so. ( Full Answer )
Note that 'autonomous' means something you cant do wihtout.this kind of involves does not respond too changes in nocome level because it comes from a point of necessity e.g building of roads,govt hospitals,school etc.while induced investment responds to changes in income levels,,entreprenuers would …prefer to invest more when there is abundance in availability of finance an vice versa. ( Full Answer )
pressure is dependent on temperature pressure is a mere important factor that affect chemical reaction temperature acts on chemical reaction faster than pressure
Basically, one indicates scale, the other indicates methodology. These are from wiktionary. Depending on use they might be somewhat interchangeable. It would seem redundant to use both, yet some things are no doubt both. systemic ( not comparable ) . Embedded within and spread throughout a…nd affecting a group, system, body, economy, market, or society as a whole. . (physiology) Pertaining to an entire organism. systematic ( comparative more systematic , superlative most systematic ) . Carried out using a planned, ordered procedure . Methodical, regular and orderly . Of, or relating to taxonomic classification . (proscribed) Of, relating to, or being a system ( Full Answer )
Saving is saving and an investment is an investment. . Savings are money or other assets kept over a long period of time, usually in a bank without any risk of loss or making profit. Investments are money or other assets purchased with the hope that it will generate income, reduce costs, or apprec…iate in the future. In an economic sense, an investment is the purchase of goods that are not consumed today but are used in the future to create wealth. In finance, an investment is a monetary asset purchased with the idea that the asset will provide income in the future or appreciate and be sold at a higher price. And usually it has also a risk of some loss As far as we are talking about investment then it is certain amount of money which is saved or use in some projects where we can take profit more than the money we have saved or invested. In general terms investment means the use of money to make more money. How Saving and Investing Differ: Saving -- Objective: Short term needs Vehicles Used: Bank or money market accounts, CD's Risk: None on balances up to $200,000.00 per depositor (FDIC) Return: Low interest. Key Benefit: Money is safe and accessible. Key Drawback: Historically returns have not outpaced inflation. Savings are Idle. Investing -- Objective: Long-term capital growth Vehicles Used: Stocks, bonds, mutual funds, tools, parts, equipment upgrades. Risk: Varies, depending on the source of securities owned. Return: Interest paid and capital gains earned. Lower cost of production in the future which allows greater net gains in the future. Key Benefit: Returns have outpaced inflation over the long term. Key Drawback: You could lose money if securities decline in value. Getting back to the difference between a saver and an investor, there is one word that separates them, and that word is leverage. One definition of leverage is the ability to do more with less. Saving can be a good vehicle for gain, but only because it protects investors from themselves and from incompetent or unscrupulous advisors. The mistakes that can be made in choosing investments or by holding onto the wrong investments can cost us dearly. But choosing investments well and using them -- that holds the potential for great gains later. ( Full Answer )
The pulmonary (pulmonary means lung) circulation is the portion of the circulatory system that starts as blood exits the right ventricle through the pulmonary artery, into the pulmonary capillary bed, where it is oxygenated by the lungs, and then back through the pulmonary vein into the left atrium.… Then the system circulation begins. From the left atria, the (now oxygenated) blood travels through the bicuspid (or left atrioventricular) valve, into the left ventricle and then out the aortic valve into the aorta and into the rest of the body (including the coronary arteries). The blood flows through the bodies arteries, capillary beds and veins until it collects into the two main veins (inferior and superior vena cava) that drain into the right atria of the heart. So basically, the pulmonary (or pulmonic) circulatory system goes from the right side of the heart, through the lungs, and back to the left side of the heart, while the systemic circulatory system goes from the left side of the heart, through the body, and back to the right side of the heart. ( Full Answer )
Cause if your gonna plan its in your head and if your gonna sketch you have to write it or draw it first
risk is you not returning or saving return of investment is returning something that you invested
plan is future course of action. but policy is a set of rules and regulation created by the top level management, planning is how to faceing a particular problem. but policies are already implemented.
Insurance is a service one can purchase for the purpose of guarding against damage, theft or any kind of loss of property or health. Investing is the practice of providing money to a third party in exchange for the return of that money (or equal value asset) with some level of profit on the original… value. ( Full Answer )
Fixed investment is when a company invests in things like factories, equipment, etc. While inventory investment is when a company invests in things like the tools for their product. To put it in perspective, lets say this company we're referring to sells sandwiches; the fixed investment is when the …company invests in things like the factories and the equipment, so in this case the equipment will be things like cheese, tomatoes, bread, or anything you would put into the sandwich. The inventory investment is when the company invests in things like the knife, the paper to wrap it, etc... I'm not 100% sure whether i'm correct, but I'm 99% sure. If that's good enough for you, then here's your answer! ( Full Answer )
A policy is a statement of objectives, purpose, manner of running programmes, basic philosophy and principles underlying a service. Before planning and organizing welfare services, the objectives of a service must be kept in mind. In other words, all welfare services are to be planned and organized …according to the policy of the agency responsible for a particular service. Planning whereas is the concious and delebrate guidance of thinking so as to creat logical means of achieving agreed upon goals.Planning is selection of short- and long-term objectives and the drawing up of tactical and strategic plans to achieve those objectives ( Full Answer )
when an increase in investment is due to increase in current level of income and production, it is known as induced investment The autonomous invesment is generally associated with such factors as the introduction on new techniques or products, the development of new resources or the growth of popul…ation and labour force ( Full Answer )
INVESTMENT : . investing: the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit . money that is invested with an expectation of profit . the commitment of something other than money (time, energy, or effort) to a project with the expectation of some w…orthwhile result; "this job calls for the investment of some hard thinking"; "he made an emotional investment in the work" . outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism . the act of putting on robes or vestments . the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank . SAVINGS : . Saving is the conservation of money. Methods of saving include putting money aside in a bank or pension plan. Saving also includes reducing expenditures, such as recurring costs . saving - economy: an act of economizing; reduction in cost; "it was a small economy to walk to work every day"; "there was a saving of 50 cents" . saving - rescue: recovery or preservation from loss or danger; "work is the deliverance of mankind"; "a surgeon's job is the saving of lives" . saving - redemptive: bringing about salvation or redemption from sin; "saving faith"; "redemptive (or redeeming) love" . saving - preservation: the activity of protecting something from loss or danger ( Full Answer )
Systematic planning and monitoring is the process or activity ofattempting to obtain info in both human and technology contexts.
The Systemic circuit is the movement of blood around the body to tissues, organs, muscles and the brain. The Pulmonary circuit it the movement of blood to and from the lungs where gas exchange takes place.
Financing is done in own company or other investors by our companywhile investing is to put money in others company to earn interestprofit or dividend profit etc.
Savings are usually placed in protected accounts (FDIC for banks and the National Credit Union Association for credit unions) which provides some protection in case the place fails. Investments involve risks--that you miss out on higher interest because your money is tied up and there is a penalty f…or withdrawal, that its value fluctuates with the stock or bond market, that there are high fees for making the investment which can actually have you end up with less money than you started with. There are ways of saving and investing which seem to overlap and this list doesn't cover everything. ( Full Answer )
desiring in advance about one thing is planning. planning process is what we planed that ill implementing in that particular thing
"Net investment" deducts depreciation from gross investment. Net fixed investment is the value of the net increase in the capital stock per year.
An investment is to spend money to buy some permanent good, either for private use or to use as a tool to earn more money. The property you buy is also often called an investment. Finance is the way you get the money before you spend it. You can finance something by saving until you have gathered… enough money, by borrowing money, by leasing, by selling some property you already have, and many other ways. ( Full Answer )
A systematic name describes the chemical structure of a substance/compound and also gives some info. on its chemical properties. Common names are basically how they sound, a generally common name that is often coined with a part of the systematic name. For example, acetone would be the common… name used and the systematic would be Propan-2-one. ( Full Answer )
Random sampling is picking a subject at random. Systematic sampling is using a pattern to pick subjects, I.e. picking every third person.
RMS value :- it is defined as the square root of the mean of the squares of various values at various time intervals. V RMS = [(V 1 2 +V 2 2 +V 3 2 +V 4 2 +V 5 2 .........+V N 2 )/N] 1/2 for Dc source as V 1= V 2= V 3= V 4= V 5 .........=V N =V V RMS= V for AC it would be different li…ke if you consider sinusoidal signal then V RMS = (2/pi) 1/2 V where V is the max. amplitude of sine wave. Peak value :- amplitude AC signal it varies from -V to +V where as in DC signal it is always constant V Average value:- for AC source :- the avg value for a periodic signal with period T is found by integrating the signal from 0 as lower limit to T/2 as upper limit and then divide the result by T/2 for Dc source :- the avg. value is V itself as it does not fluctuate ( Full Answer )
Investing is generally for those whose goal is to slowly build wealth over a period of time by buying and holding stocks, compounding or reinvesting profits and dividends into additional stocks. They are in the haul for the long term and generally are more concerned with market fundamentals like ear…ning ratios and market forecasts.Trading involves more frequent buying and selling of stocks with the goal of generating profits and traders do not concern themselves too much about market fundamentals. ( Full Answer )
Some of the advantages of investing through the SIP (SystematicInvestment Plan) approach are: 1. Discipline 2. Leveraging the power of compounding 3. Dollar cost averaging 4. Convenience Each of these is explained in detail here www[dot]sipinvest[dot]in
Systematic error is a constant or known: . effects of the error are cumulative . error is always positive or negative Accidental error is a unavoidable error: . effects of the error is compensation . error is equally like to be positive or negative