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A buying a commodity such as land or stock with the intention of selling it later when the price goes up?
Speculation: the buying of land with the intention of selling at a profit when the market price rises. Source: United States History [in christian perspective] Heritage of Freedom(3rd Ed.) ...
What does it mean to flip houses?
The simplest definition to flipping a house is buying a property with the sole intention of selling it for a profit at a later date. It's also important to be aware of the housing market for whatever neighborhood you look to purchase the property, as property values may or may not appreciate depending on where you buy. ...
What is an alternative term for speculation?
Contemplation, deliberation; conjecture, hypothesis; act of engaging in risky business transactions; buying and selling of commodities in order to profit from market fluctuations ...
Why selling and buying rates of dollars are different?
in-order for the person or thing selling the currency and buying it such as usual exchange stations on the street or banks to make profit. ...
Do you have to claim the sale of a vehicle as income?
Normally you never make a profit on a car you buy and sell years later. Depreation will take care of that. However if you are buying and selling cars for profit, then yes the net profit is considered earned income. Not the selling price but the net profit. ...
Asked in Mathematical Finance
Jared bought one share stock for 225 and made a A profit what was the selling price?
Jared sold the stock for a price of 225 + A. Profit is the difference between the cost (buying the stock) and the revenue (selling the stock). So, if you add A to the cost of 225, you'll get the selling price. ...
How do commercial banks make profit?
In the Money Market, to make a profit is simply buying and selling of money and short term securities which is also called borrowing and investing. So, to make a profit, banks will borrow funds (accept deposits, buy money) at a lower interest rate than it will lend funds (sell money). The difference in the interest rates is the profit made by banks. ...
Asked in Business and Industry
What is the formula for finding profit margin?
% P = P/BP *100 % - percentage P - profit P/BP - fraction BP - buying price * 100 - times one houndred (you have to be given the buying price and the selling price to work out the percentage profit) REMEMBER TO CANCEL DOWN THE FRACTION!!! ...
What were the results of the stock market crash of 1929?
at the end of the stock market day on thurs. oct,24 the market was at a selling panic attack. the profit flew down and that was the result of the stock market crash ...
If selling price is S and product price is P then what will be the profit?
Selling price is somethng on which the profit depends so its Selling price - Product price = profit ...
Asked in Mathematical Finance
How does the cost of production and the selling price affect the profit?
As a very rough approximation, Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production. As a very rough approximation, Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production. As a very rough approximation, Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production. As a very rough approximation, Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production. ...
Should a non profit charge sales tax it sells in a church?
It depends what you really mean. It all boils down to whom is doing the BUYING. If it is the church BUYING, then they are not charged tax because they are a non-profit organization. If someone else is buying who is not a non-profit organization (a for-profit organization or an individual) than they have to pay sales tax. It does not matter that the church is doing the selling (or that you are doing the selling on church grounds) what matters is whether the...