Company Finance – Multiply Your Earnings

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44 Responses to “Company Finance – Multiply Your Earnings”

  1. Oswaldo March 14, 2013 at 5:29 am #

    I am currently 16 years old and I have quite a bit of money saved up in my bank. I know that money can be put into bonds that are organised by the bank where they will invest your money in a business for a while then pay you back a percentage of what is made.

    Although I know that more profit can possibly be made if you invest personally and choose who you invest in. I am starting to research marketing, stocks, shares, finances etc. and I can’t find a clear answer for what P/E ratio is.

    So please can you reply to this example I leave to help me understand.

    So I am currently on Yahoo Finances looking at Nike. Their P/E ratio for the trailing 12 months was 23.57. I believe the currency is $23.57. The ask is $52.35 for 300 shares, well at least I think that’s what it means. So does this mean, that if I paid $52.35 for 300 shares and I get $23.57 per share I would multiply $23.57 by 300 giving me $7,071. Now this seems like a very unrealistic profit, and I probably have no clue on what I am talking about. This is my point exactly, I am asking you guys to help me kind of realise what involvement P/E ratio has compared to how much profit you can make on investment. My dream in life is to become a businessman of any sort of sector!

    Thanks! 🙂
    Scrap the last bit. That was me getting confused. So for example say I were to invest $52.35 for 300 shares in Nike. The P/E(ttm) is $23.59. Does this mean that I would be paying $23.59 for $1 of earnings per share? With my little knowledge I don’t understand how profit can be made like this?
    Ok so Bundy, still need a little help here as I would like to make a small profit from the money I put it. If it is $52 dollars a share and I buy 10 shares. That’s $520 dollars. With the current P/E as 23.59 and predicted to go to 17.47 in the next few years. If I held my 10 shares and didn’t sell them for the next year or 2. How much would I get paid from $520 worth of shares?

  2. Natasha March 25, 2013 at 7:33 am #

    Right now I am a math education major and I realized that I don’t want to teach. And now I don’t know what to change my major to. I was thinking of either going into Business Finance or Accounting, but I don’t know which one is harder or requires more work/effort.

    I was also wondering what kind of jobs you can get with both? I heard that with accounting you are pretty much limited to one kind of job. And with finance you have a more broad selection.

  3. Damon March 27, 2013 at 4:02 am #

    I want to attend four University that offers a great photography degree while being able to minor in business/finance. I don’t want to just attend an art school or get a certificate. What should I do or how can I look into a great program. I need a school that will offer good connections, classes and internships. I want to do an easy business/finance program just so I know how to run a business. Thanks!

  4. Carmine March 31, 2013 at 4:16 am #

    particularly for those who are looking for jobs? The US economy is down and the job market is really poor at the moment… but my friends say it is booming in India, so it is better to return back home at this moment of time. Do you agree? Or is it advisable to wait in the US and look for jobs hoping the market will improve in 3 months time?

  5. Thomasena April 18, 2013 at 12:48 am #

    I’m curious about getting into stock trading and I would like to know what those terms on the interactive charts mean. The terms I’m talking about are in the chart below the graph that looks like this:
    Last Trade – Day’s Range
    Trade Time – 52wk Range
    Change – Volume
    Prev Close – Avg Vol (3m)
    Open – Market Cap
    Bid – P/E (ttm)
    Ask – EPS (ttm)
    1y Target Est – Div & Yield

    I’m mainly curious about Prev Close, Open, Bid, and Ask, but I’d like to know about the other terms, too. Please be specific in your explanation.

  6. Jarred April 18, 2013 at 7:53 am #

    I know the basic information about stocks like what they are, but I do not understand what all the numbers mean when looking at stocks. Like what do all these numbers mean?:

    Please help, i have about a month until i invest in my first stock.
    Any tips I need to be successful?
    Also, how much money can the average person make in stocks in about two or three months?
    Thank you for anything you have to say.

  7. Johnnie April 25, 2013 at 12:00 pm #

    Additionally how can shareholder equity(book value) increase but not the value of the shares themselves

  8. Lowell April 25, 2013 at 7:13 pm #

    On January 1, 2007, Aglar Corporation had these stockholders’ equity accounts.

    Common Stock ($10 par value, 60,000 shares issued and outstanding) $600,000
    Paid-in Capital in Excess of Par Value 500,000
    Retained Earnings 620,000

    During the year, the following transactions occurred.

    Dec. 1 Declared a $0.55 per share dividend to stockholders of record on December 15, payable January 10, 2008.

    This the entry but i dont know the numbers


    How can i find the outstanding shares? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP

  9. Alphonso April 26, 2013 at 3:14 am #

    1. Which of the following accurately describes how an investment is made?
    (Points : 2)
    Putting money into an asset

    Selling labor for wages

    Selling shares in a public corporation

    Turning commodity money into fiat money

    2. Which of the following accurately describes a capital gain?
    (Points : 2)
    An increase in the value of an investment

    An upward trend in prices

    A rise in the standard of living

    The difference between costs and revenues

    3. Which of the following most accurately states one of the risks of being a stockholder?
    (Points : 2)
    Stockholders can go deeply into debt if the company goes into debt.

    Stockholders don’t get any voice in the running of the company.

    Stockholders must pay all of their dividends to the government.

    Stockholders aren’t guaranteed a return on their investment.

    4. Which of the following is one of the requirements that a company must meet when it begins to sell shares in a stock market?
    (Points : 2)
    The company must first pay off all of its creditors.

    The company must disclose details about its finances.

    The company must pay a tax on each share sold.

    The company must hire more lawyers.

    5. Which of the following accurately describes how market capitalization is determined?
    (Points : 2)
    The number of shares is multiplied by the price of each share

    The annual profits are divided among all stockholders

    The total value of all of the company’s assets is calculated

    The trading volume of a stock is divided by the number of shareholders

    6. Match each term below with its correct definition.

    (Points : 2)
    Potential Matches:
    1 : A general upward trend in stock prices.
    2 : A general downward trend in stock prices.
    3 : A major decrease in stock prices.
    : A crash
    : Bear market
    : Bull market

    7. Which of the following accurately describes what makes a full-service broker full-service?
    (Points : 2)
    Full-service brokers work for both investors and companies seeking investors

    Full-service brokers can buy and sell in both primary and secondary markets

    Full-service brokers provide advice in addition to buying and selling stocks

    Full-service brokers help their clients manage the operations of the companies they own

    8. Which of the following statements best describes how investors behave when engaged in socially responsible investing?
    (Points : 2)
    They give a large percentage of their earnings to charities

    They invest in companies with a business model and social mission that they support

    They attempt to maximize profits for society instead of for individuals

    They vote for a board of directors that will behave legally and ethically

    9. A ______ market is when there’s a rise or expected rise in stock prices across the entire stock market.
    (Points : 2)

    10. Which kind of stock market analysis focuses on overall trends in the market?
    (Points : 2)
    Fundamental analysis

    Marginal analysis

    Cost-benefit analysis

    Technical analysis

  10. Fredrick April 26, 2013 at 7:33 am #

    Completely random question. Say someone opened up a restaurant that became popular and turned it into a franchise with several restaurants. As they were growing they caught the interest of a big corporation, maybe a competitor who wanted to control the competition, or anything. If this franchise had a lot of money making potential, does anyone have ANY clue a ballpark of what a big corporation would be willing to pay for the franchise? Please no complete BS answers.

  11. Shiloh April 26, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

    1. When interest expense is calculated using the effective-interest amortization method, interest expense on a bond that pays interest annually, is equal to
    A. the actual amount of interest paid.
    B. the carrying value of the bonds payable multiplied by the effective interest rate.
    C. the maturity value of the bonds payable multiplied by the effective interest rate.
    D. the carrying value of the bonds payable multiplied by the stated interest rate

    2. Treasury stock:
    A. does not appear on the balance sheet.
    B. is a contra-equity account.
    C. is an asset account.
    D. is recorded as additional paid-in capital

    3. A stock dividend:
    A. is the same thing as a stock split.
    B. will reduce stockholders’ equity just like a cash dividend.
    C. will not change any of the accounts within stockholders’ equity.
    D. will reduce retained earnings just like a cash dividend.

    4. The effect of a stock dividend is to:
    A. decrease total assets and stockholders’ equity.
    B. change the composition of stockholders’ equity.
    C. decrease total assets and total liabilities.
    D. increase the market value per share of common shares.

    5. The ROE ratio measures:
    A. the return stockholders receive in dividends for each dollar of their investment.
    B. the return stockholders receive in dividends and stock price growth for each dollar of their investment.
    C. the amount earned by the company on each dollar contributed by stockholders and earnings reinvested in the company.
    D. the amount earned by the company on each dollar obtained from equity and debt financing

    6. Which of the following statements regarding cash flows from investing activities is true?
    A.The proceeds from sales of investments are reported as cash inflows from investing activities.
    B.Cash flows from investing activities are calculated by making adjustments to net income.
    C.Cash paid to acquire long-lived assets is reported as a cash inflow from investing activities.
    D.Cash received from issuing a long-term payable is reported as a cash inflow from investing activities.

    7. Which of the following would be included in cash flows from investing activities?
    A.Cash proceeds from sales.
    B.Cash received from an issuance of bonds.
    C.Dividends paid to stockholders.
    D.Cash used to purchases of equipment

  12. Bobby April 29, 2013 at 2:50 am #

    If it is just stock value, What happens to all the money that they raised through the stocks?

  13. Tianna April 29, 2013 at 8:07 am #

    The most recent financial statements for Company X, follow.

    – Sales for 2009 are projected to grow by 20 percent.
    – Interest expense will remain constant; the tax rate and the dividend payout rate will also remain constant.

    – Costs, other expenses, current assets, fixed assets, and accounts payable increase spontaneously with sales.

    -If the firm is operating at full capacity and no new debt or equity is issued, external financing in the amount of $ is needed to support the 20 percent growth rate in sales.

    2008 Income Statement
    Sales = $ 929,000
    Costs = 723,000
    Other expenses = $19,000
    Earnings before interest and taxes = 187,000

    – Interest paid = 14,000
    Taxable Income = $173,000
    Taxes(35%) = 60,550
    Net income = $ 112,450
    Dividends = $ 33,735
    Addition to retained earnings = 78,715

    Balance Sheet

    Current assets
    Cash $ 25,300
    Accounts receivable = $40,700
    Inventory = $86,900
    Total Current Assets = $ 152,900
    Fixed assets
    Net plant and equipment = $413,000

    Total Assets = $565,900

    Current liabilities
    Accounts payable = $ 68,000
    Notes payable = $17,000
    Total Current Liabilities = $85,000

    Long-term debt = $158,000

    Owners’ equity
    Common stock and paid-in surplus = $ 140,000
    Retained earnings = $182,900
    Total Equity = $322,900

    Total Liabilities and Owner’s Equity = $ 565,900

  14. Whitney May 1, 2013 at 2:51 am #

    You were hired as a consultant to Locke Company, and you were provided with the following data: Target capital structure: 40% debt, 10% preferred, and 50% common equity. The interest rate on new debt is 7.5%, the yield on the preferred is 7.0%, the cost of retained earnings is 11.50%, and the tax rate is 40%. The firm will not be issuing any new stock. What is the firm’s WACC?

    a. 8.25%
    b. 8.38%
    c. 8.49%
    d. 8.61%
    e. 8.76

  15. Salena May 3, 2013 at 4:30 am #

    I’m looking for some stocks that I can invest in long term. What are some key stats to look for? Such as EPS, P/E ratio, beta, etc. What are the most valuable factors and good numbers to look for?

  16. Sheldon May 3, 2013 at 4:30 am #

    1. If Earnings Per Share changes with number of stock shares, then can’t a company have higher EPS by not splitting the shares? Then how is EPS valuable if it can be changed so easily?
    —Why do companies split their shares? I understand that it might attract more buyers due to cheaper stock shares, but the EPS would still be lowered.

    Which leads me to my next question:
    2. Besides the initial amount of money, why do companies want to sell stock? When a stock is sold, isn’t the previous owner, often a random person, the beneficiary of the payment (and commission of course)?


  17. Loise May 3, 2013 at 5:36 am #

    okay i’ve at 3 people try to explain it to me but i still dont get it :/ i think the things that i already know are that it is better to buy shares when its at a low price and sell them when they are at high. Can anyone explain this weird chart.

    this is the telstra one. i dont understand the chart one bit, like i dont undertand the numbers the words infront of the numbers, can anyone explain it bit by bit and try to dumb it down for me, try to use examples 🙂

  18. Abe May 4, 2013 at 3:26 am #

    In an effort to analyze Clockwork Company finances, Jim realized that he was missing the company’s net profits after taxes for the current year. Find the company’s net profits after taxes using the following information.

    Return on total assets 2%
    Total Asset Turnover 0.5
    Cost of Goods Sold $105,000
    Gross Profit Margin 0.30

    What is the net profit after taxes based on this information? Thanks.

  19. Virgil May 4, 2013 at 3:53 am #

    a company reported net income of $2 million. It has 500,000 shares of common stock which currently trades at $40 a share. The company continues to expand and expects that 1 year from now its net income will be $3.25 million. Over the next year it also expects issuing an additional 150,000 shares of stock, so that 1 year from now it will have 650,000 shares of common stock. Assuming its price/earnings ratio remains at its current level, what will be its stock price 1 year from now?

  20. Carlo May 4, 2013 at 5:29 pm #

    If a thousand regular staff are dumped, couldn’t those meager salaries be moved to these executives, and amount to a discernable smidgen more in salary for these executives? Or, aren’t there any more drainable retained earnings in these companies that can be moved to these guys, rather than being reinvested in the company, used to hire productive workers, or wasted on thieving shareholders?

    Kindly offer your ideas. I am currently laid off and unemployed in America, and the only thing I have to look forward to is laying 0.50¢ bets on the winners of these executive salary races as reported in weekly People Magazine.
    I have an evil twin in the States…
    @Well, hello there, §§pecial Unicorn™! I thought you’d be bringing in your band of Y!A Rat clones… Somewhat disappointed, but will likely survive.
    @P.I.G. – working to maximize employment in the US is not considered “working”? No wonder you have 10%+ unemployment over there.

    And these executive rats in the cellar are making pigs of themselves and hogging up all the investment and payroll funds.

    But I appreciate you snooting around in my cage.
    @Well, Mr. §§pecial Unicorn™, the day comes for every non-rich American that your rich class will see you coming up in line and wrap they’re scaly, elongated, murderous fingers around your throat and squeeze. When it’s your turn, you’ll hate the country, too.

    And a little off-topic but nevertheless curious… Why does the US have 23.4% of the world’s prison population – when they have only 4.5% of the world’s population?

    That’s worse than scary. That’s horrid. What’s the message in this?

    The United States has the highest documented incarceration rate in the world at 754 persons in prison or jail per 100,000 (as of 2008)… The United States has less than 4.52% of the world’s population and 23.4% of the world’s prison population.

    Finally, here are some new names for your band of Rat clones:

    – Theo C. Rat
    – S. C. Rat
    – Rio C. Rat

    Have a nice day!

  21. Modesto May 6, 2013 at 5:58 pm #

    I’m reading a web article that says the PEG is the P/E divided by the projected EPS, but the math in the example doesn’t add up. The example has a P/E of 10 divided by 10% projected EPS with a result of 1.0, but 10 divided by 10% equals 100, what gives?

  22. Staci May 8, 2013 at 7:38 pm #

    I bought this stock last week at 1.76 and then again at 1.66. Since then the price of the stock has decreased down to $1.62/share after it hit a week low of $1.44/share. Is it more probable that the stock will continue sliding for the next week or two or is it more probable that the stock will rise up to the $2/share range before too long (1-2 weeks).

    What is your opinion about this stock not from an investment perspective but from a pattern or day trader perspective? What would be your strategy in this stock?

    The stock has a one year target estimate of $50/share. What are the chances of that happening? Is it realistic or wishful dreaming? All members of the company have ALOT more stocks than I do. Does this mean that these doctors actually believe that this stock is going to take off? Or do you think that they are just inflating the values of the stock and then plan to sell all their shares before the company goes bankrupt?

  23. Hoa May 9, 2013 at 7:30 am #

    1.Why are time value concepts important in ordinary business dealings?
    2.In a retail store a discount is a price reduction, what is a discount in a financial?
    3.Discuss mortgage loan in term of the time value of money and loan amortization
    4.Describe the underling meaning of compounding periods. How does it relate to time?
    5.Explain the NPV method in your own words. Why is a higher NPV better than a lower one?

  24. Erika May 14, 2013 at 12:47 am #

    A new common stock issue that paid a $1.05 dividend last year. The par value of the stock is $2, and the earnings per share have grown at a rate of 4 percent per year. This growth rate is expected to continue inot the foreseeable future. The company maintains a constant dividend-earnings ratio of 40%. The price of this stock is now $30, but a 9 percent flotation costs are anticipated. What is the cost of capital?
    I’m looking for a calculation to be solved, not opinions.

  25. Noe May 14, 2013 at 10:54 pm #

    I’m looking at this share price data at

    1) What does 321.80 p mean? I think it is the price of a share. However, is it the price of 1 share, 10, 100 shares?
    2) What do these ‘Open’ and ‘Bid’ and ‘Ask’ mean?
    3) What is this ‘Volume’? Volume of what?
    4) What is this ‘Avg Vol (3m)’? Average volume 3 millions?
    5) What does ‘Market Cap’ means and what role does it play?
    6) P/E (ttm) ?
    7) EPS (ttm) ?
    8) Div & Yield?

  26. Terry May 15, 2013 at 5:24 pm #

    in stock market there is dividend yield in percent is that means earnings for stock holders ?

  27. Emma May 15, 2013 at 9:08 pm #

    You were hired as a consultant to Keys Company, and you were provided with the following data: Target capital structure: 40% debt, 10% preferred, and 50% common equity. The after-tax cost of debt is 4.00%, the cost of preferred is 7.50%, and the cost of retained earnings is 11.50%. The firm will not be issuing any new stock. What is the firm’s WACC?






  28. Marg May 16, 2013 at 1:24 pm #

    the principal balance.
    A) True
    B) False
    During the month, a company sells goods for a total of $106,000, which includes sales taxes of $6,000; therefore, the company should recognize $100,000 in Sales Revenues and $6,000 in Sales Tax Expense.
    A) True
    B) False
    Multiple Choice
    Which of the following is not an advantage of issuing bonds instead of common stock?
    A) Stockholder control is not affected.
    B) Earnings per share on common stock may be lower.
    C) Tax savings result.
    D) Each of the above is an advantage.
    The following totals for the month of April were taken from the payroll register of Noll Company.
    salaries 24000
    FICA taxes withheld 1100
    income taxes withheld 5000
    medical insurance deductions 900
    federal unemployment taxes 64
    state unemployment taxes 432
    The entry to record accrual of employer’s payroll taxes would include a
    A) debit to Payroll Tax Expense for $496.
    B) debit to Payroll Tax Expense for $1,596.
    C) credit to FICA Taxes Payable for $2,200
    D) credit to Payroll Tax Expense for $496.
    Wolford Company borrowed $750,000 from U.S. Bank on January 1, 2009 in order to expand its mining capabilities. The five-year note required annual payments of $195,327 and carried an annual interest rate of 9.5%. What is the amount of expense Wolford must recognize on its 2010 income statement?
    A) $71,250
    B) $59,463
    C) $52,694
    D) $46,555
    The following totals for the month of April were taken from the payroll register of Metz Company.
    salaries 20000
    FICA taxes withheld 1533
    income taxes withheld 4400
    medical insurance deductions 800
    federal unemployment taxes 160
    state unemployment taxes 1000
    The entry to record the accrual of federal unemployment tax would include a
    A) credit to Federal Unemployment Taxes Payable for $160.
    B) credit to Federal Unemployment Taxes Expense for $160.
    C) credit to Payroll Tax Expense for $160.
    D) debit to Federal Unemployment Taxes Payable for $160.
    The interest charged on a $100,000 note payable, at the rate of 6%, on a 60-day note would be
    A) $6,000.
    B) $3,333.
    C) $1,500.
    D) $1,000.
    Unearned Rental Revenue is
    A) a contra account to Rental Revenue.
    B) a revenue account
    C) reported as a current liability.
    D) debited when rent is received in advance.
    When the straight-line method of amortization is used for a bond premium, the amount of interest expense for an interest period is calculated by
    A) adding the amount of premium amortized for that period to the amount of cash paid for interest during the period.
    B) subtracting the amount of premium amortized for that period from the amount of cash paid for interest during the period.
    C) multiplying the face value of the bonds by the stated interest rate.
    D) multiplying the face value of the bonds by the market interest rate.
    A current liability is a debt that can reasonably be expected to be paid
    A) within one year, or the operating cycle, whichever is longer.
    B) between 6 months and 18 months.
    C) out of currently recognized revenues.
    D) out of cash currently on hand.
    West County Bank agrees to lend Drake Builders Company $100,000 on January 1. Drake Builders Company signs a $100,000, 6%, 6-month note. The entry made by Drake Builders Company on January 1 to record the proceeds and issuance of the note is
    A)interest expense 3000
    cash 97000
    Notes payable 100000
    B)cash 100000
    notes payable 100000
    C)cash 100000
    interest payable 3000
    notes payable 103000
    D) cash 100000
    interest expense 3000
    notes payable 100000
    interest payable 3000
    From the standpoint of the issuing company, a disadvantage of using bonds as a means of long-term financing is that
    A) bond interest is deductible for tax purposes.
    B) interest must be paid on a periodic basis regardless of earnings.
    C) income to stockholders may increase as a result of trading on the equity.
    D) the bondholders do not have voting rights.

  29. Renato May 17, 2013 at 3:34 am #

    I’am majoring in Business Finance and I always wanted to be a lawyer. Is it possible to go to law school with an undergrad in Finance? And can you tell me any other lawyer things should know?

  30. Kent May 17, 2013 at 9:22 am #

    in business

  31. Enrique May 18, 2013 at 2:49 pm #

    Hallo, guten Tag!

    Hi my name is Margarat Schweinhund and I have just joined YA to answer questions in the Business and Finance section. Can someone please tell me what areas within B&F have the most popular questions so that I can get started there?

    Thanks and Guten Abend!
    As mentioned in the second line above – it is to ANSWER questions in B&F.

  32. Aleida May 18, 2013 at 3:53 pm #

    can you help me know the persons who contributed in the field of business finance?

  33. Berna May 18, 2013 at 7:55 pm #

    I will be graduating in about 4 months with a degree in business finance, and a emphasis in management. I currently work for a currency exchange company in the compliance department. What kind of job can I expect to get and what kind of pay?

  34. Lashonda May 20, 2013 at 9:34 am #

    I am just going crazy! I want to buy an existing business worth of 114,000ÂŁ +sav. I have 10,000ÂŁ in savings! I am working full-time and fed up really. Banks doesn’t want to mess with young businesses, private lenders only can provide up to 60-65% of the business costs..So I cannot afford to move on. I am just so mad and confused. Will someone explain me how does indian people buying and running those corner shops, markets and so on? I don’t know where to get a finance…I have had spent so much time of researching, and telephoning to different loan companies..I wish I have some house to secure but I don’t! Doh!

  35. Cristobal May 21, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    I got my bachelors degree in business, finance to be exact. But I was thinking of getting a phd or some sort of dr title instead of going for a masters. Does anyone know how that would work? How long these programs are, in what business fields for me, how to get in, how much you pay etc?

    Note: I would be an international student, but studied in the States before.

  36. Cassondra May 22, 2013 at 2:53 am #

    I am looking for business financing to start a preschool business. My problem is I am not working at the moment, have no credit and nothing for collateral. I am wondering what I can do. Is there any grants or financing I can get in my situation? Who can I go to for help? Any information is appreciated.

  37. Tynisha May 22, 2013 at 3:43 am #

    next week is my interview for business and finance in my new college. i dont have any idea what subject and questions i suppose to study. im really nervous, this is my first time. can anyone tell me, what is the most common question will be??
    my new college start on may. so im the one top 20. before we start our college, there has an interview. i dont know what subject and the question would be.
    please help me.

  38. Nick May 22, 2013 at 9:21 am #

    I have an unrelated bachelor’s degree and I would like to get a Masters in Finance. The programs that I have looked at don’t require work experience related to Finance or a specific undergraduate major but they do require good grades in math classes (which I have). I have tried looking for internships in the field but they all want Business/Finance/Accounting majors.

    What else could I do to make myself a good candidate and to stand out?

  39. Jarrod August 2, 2013 at 9:21 am #

    Is majoring in Business Finance a good idea? What are the different options that could be done with a finance degree/ four years of college?

  40. Kymberly September 3, 2013 at 4:35 am #

    my friend is majoring in business finance and im a great entertainer and an incredible people person. We already know some people to help us get started. We have the money end of it pretty much taken care of, but we need a ballpark loan amount to work with. We are not planning on owning an actual club yet we just want to rent somewere out for like two days a week, like a restaurant or something. Its been our dream for a while and we really want to go through with it. Any help or ideas are welcome.


  41. Earl September 10, 2013 at 10:56 pm #

    Sully Corp. currently has an EPS of $2.60, and the benchmark PE for the company is 25. Earnings are expected to grow at 7 percent per year.

    What is your estimate of the current stock price?

    What is the target stock price in one year?

    Assuming the company pays no dividends, what is the implied return on the company’s stock over the next year?

  42. Cody September 12, 2013 at 4:18 am #

    I looked through a few job descriptions and noticed that alot of Financial analyst position ask for totally different types of certifications and experience. What is the most average job experience I should get while going after a career in business finance.

    My goal is to start off as a financial analyst and then either become an investment banker or move on into starting my own firm.

  43. Maryetta September 12, 2013 at 11:06 pm #

    This is for a business Finance class.
    Only this question remains please some help.

  44. Dee September 17, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

    How big is the need for Business Finance brokers currently? Does the need for Commercial R.E. loans, commercial factoring, equipment leasing loans, and business loans remain relatively constant? Or does this fluctuate just as much as the housing market has?

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