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What is accretion of a discount?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:27:17


In finance, accretion refers to the growth of value in an investment. For example, if you purchase a stock that is trading at $20 per share and the company reports earnings of $2 per share for the quarter, your stock's value would increase to $22 per share due to the accretion of the $2 per share earnings. It is the increase in the value of an object due to the addition of more objects to the total pool of objects. This growth occurs when there is a decrease in the value of the initial object, and it can be ... Read More

What are accredited investors?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:24:53


In order to be classified as an accredited investor, an individual must meet certain SEC−specified criteria relating to income, net worth, asset size, governance status, or professional experience. What is an accredited investor? An accredited investor is an individual who meets certain criteria set forth by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). To qualify as an accredited investor, an individual must have a net worth of at least $1 million or an annual income of more than $200, 000. If you meet the criteria to be an accredited investor, you may be able to take advantage of opportunities that ... Read More

What is accounting token?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:20:43


Accounting tokens are a new type of cryptocurrency that allows users to perform transactions and exchanges between each other.  It is a digital asset that represents a right to receive an asset, service or payment from a specific issuer. It is designed as a way to simplify and speed up the process of exchanging assets, services and payments between organizations. Accounting tokens are unique in that they can be used to pay for goods and services, or exchanged for other cryptocurrencies. They are also considered a stable investment because the value of the token is not affected by global economic ... Read More

What is accounting method?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:19:16


Accounting method is a process of recording financial transactions and maintaining records of financial position. Accounting methods are used in business to make informed decisions about how to allocate resources, manage risk, and make profits. There are three main types of accounting− cash accounting, accrual accounting, and hybrid accounting. Accounting Method- The Main Approaches There are four main approaches to accounting, which are− the cash basis, accrual basis, the modified cash basis, and the comprehensive basis. Each has its own set of benefits and drawback. Cash Method The cash method of accounting is a means of recording business transactions that ... Read More

What is accounting conservatism?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:17:37


Accounting conservatism is a theory that suggests that accounting practices should be designed to produce reasonable financial results and not to unnecessarily expand or reduce reported amounts. Accounting conservatism is based on the belief that there are limitations to what accounting information can reveal about a company's financial condition. The Benefits of Accounting Conservatism Accounting conservatism is one of the most important principles in financial accounting. It requires that businesses maintain accurate records of their finances so that they can accurately forecast future expenses and earn a profit. Accounting conservatism also allows businesses to make informed decisions about where to ... Read More

What is Abenomics ?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 13:00:34


Abenomics is the economic policy proposed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The main goals of Abenomics are to end deflation and increase economic growth in Japan. One of the key components of Abenomics is an aggressive monetary policy, which has led to some criticism from economists. Abenomics is an economic policy The three pillars of Abenomics are − Fiscal stimulus − This involves the government increasing spending in order to jump start the economy. Monetary easing − The central bank (the Bank of Japan) implements policies to increase the money supply and lower interest rates. Structural reforms − ... Read More

What is the 80/20 rule Pareto principle?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 12:58:25


The 80−20 rule is quite a common concept in the business world, and it's often used to describe a process.This can be applied to your daily life as well! Keep reading to learn more about how the 80/ 20 rule can help improve your business productivity! What is the rule? The Pareto principle, also known as the 80−20 rule, is a business management rule that states that 80% of a company's results come from 20% of its activities. In other words, 80% of a company's sales come from 20% of its customers, or 80% of its profits come from 20% ... Read More

What is the 52-week range?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 12:56:57


The 52−week range is an indicator that your investments are not in a safe place. The purpose of this article is to explain what 52−week range is and how it is calculated. What is the 52-week range? The 52−week range is the difference between the highest and lowest prices that a stock has traded at in the past 52 weeks. This range gives investors an idea of how volatile a stock is and how much price movement to expect in a given year. A stock that trades within a small range is considered to be less volatile than one that ... Read More

What is a 52-week high and low in stocks?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 12:55:38


When it comes to stocks, there are a lot of different terms and metrics that can be confusing for newcomers. One of these is the 52−week high and low. In this article, we'll explain what this metric means and how it can be useful for investors. What is a 52−week high? A 52−week high is the highest price that a stock has traded at in the last 52 weeks. This is a good indicator of how well a company is doing and can be used to make investment decisions. In other words, A 52−week high is a measure of the ... Read More

What Is a 51% Attack, and How Much Would It Cost?

Bhavani Vangipurapu
Updated on 02-Dec-2022 12:53:58


If you're like most people, you don't really understand what a 51% attack is. After all, it's not something that you or your average person experiences on a daily basis. In this article, you will explore what is 51% attack and how much would it cost. What is a 51% attack? A 51% attack is a potential attack on a blockchain−usually Bitcoin's, Greencoin's or Ethereum's−where an organization or individual gains control of more than 50% of the network's mining power or computational power. With this much control, they could theoretically − Reverse or modify transactions Prevent new transactions from ... Read More

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