What obligation does a business owner have to a investor who purchases a bond for financing?
Bonds investors are obligated whether in a corporation or government entity to provide a fixed percent rate return and a definite maturity date.
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The Intelligent investor, written by Benjamin Graham is a book about investing in securities. Published first in 1949, it has now received new editions with commentaries. The book has only six key rules to become a smart investor in business. The Intelligent investor has received praises by top government business officials as being "the best book on investing ever written".
An angel investor may give some starting capital to a person he or she does not know. An angel investor does not have to meet the person running the start up business. A venture capitalist however looks at the potential of a business and enters legal contracts to provide capital and get back a certain profit percentage.
An individual investor is a person, like you or me. In this example, assume we are each a rowboat in the ocean. An institutional investor is a business. It may be a mutual fund company. It may be a company that manages the retirement fund for teachers in your state. In this example, assume the institutional investor is an ocean liner. Now think of the rowboat and the ocean liner. Which makes the bigger wave…
For federal income tax purposes, some sellers/buyers ("broker/dealers") report purchases and sales of real estate as ordinary income, not capital gains. The theory is that you're not "just" an investor; your ordinary business is buying and selling real estate like any other commodity. Builders fall into that category in particular.
Matching refers to A POTENTIAL INVESTOR-VENTURE CAPITAL, ANGEL iNVESTOR, EVEN FRIENDS OR ASSOCIATES, ASKING" FOR YOU TO MATCH WHATEVER INVESTMENT IS PROPOSED. This should be considered in the context of needed investor assurance that your heart and soul is invested as well as their (and your) money.
Negative cash flows from financing activities means that the firm is paying out more money to investor (in the form of debt principal repayment, interest payment, dividends and share repurchases) than it is raising from investors. Usually, negative cash flows from financing activities are associated with mature companies generating more than enough cash from operations to fund future activities. It is not necessarily bad news. Conversely, early-stages firms rapidly growing firms and those in financial…
== == Sources for finding investors Angel Investors Venture Capital Bank and Micro funds Friends and Family Government funding Self-Financing Business Incubators International Funding Community Development Financial Institutions Finance companies Private Loan Guarantees Short-term financing Public funding sources Credit unions Advance against future sales Pre-Launch Funding Royalty financing Have you tried the bank yet? If you go to them with a detailed portfolio and show them that this business will make money, then they will…