Agribusiness Finance weeks 1 and 2 notes
Agribusiness Finance weeks 1 and 2 notes AG 334
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Finance and Investment 0 Objectives 0 Understand personal finance and investment in order to understand finance and investment in business 0 Public vs private companies and investing 0 Gain an understanding of the stock market and its vocab Personal Finance 0 The financial management of individual or family finances including obtaining budgeting saving and spending monetary resources While considering time and risk 0 Once you make the money What do you do With it 0 Options for savings or investment risk increasing from top to bottom 0 Savings account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Certificate of Deposit CD Treasury bonds or other government backed securities Mutual Funds Single stocks Futures TradingSpeculation 0 Gambling 0 Savings CDs and government securities are very common for those Who like to avoid OOOOO taking risks risk averse Public vs Private 0 Private company privately held company a company that is Wholly owned and operated by owners and investors shareholders or stake holders Within the business 0 Not required to comply with Securities and Exchange Commission requirements 0 The general population can t invest in private companies 0 Public company publicly held or traded a previously private company that has filed With the SEC to become a publicly traded company via an IPO 0IPOInitial Public Offering 0 The first time a company is offered to the public for investors to purchase a portion of the business The Purpose of Stocks 0 Enable a corporation to raise capital to expand a business by selling shares of ownership in the company 0 Offer the general public the opportunity to invest in ownership in any publicly traded company in order to earn diVidends based on that ownership 0 DiVidendsshare of the company s profits 0 The stock market allows for buying and selling of stocks for those who choose to invest
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