Find out how price inelasticity of demand shows the relationship between demand and price when the price of an inelastic good is either lowered or raised.
Understand how partners in a business can tackle decision making, and learn the options available for partnerships to develop a decision-making process.
Discover the costs included in working capital, and learn how to use working capital as an indicator of a company's ability to finance daily operations.
Find out more about return on equity, how to calculate it and the average return on equity for companies in the retail sector.
Discover how the Dow Jones Industrial Average, first published in 1896, was created as a way to inform investors of the overall health of the stock market.
Learn why an investor should understand business accounting to perform investment and credit analysis. Find out about asset valuation and profitability.
Learn how to approximate the effective convexity of a bond using Microsoft Excel using a modified and simpler version of the standard convexity formula.
Look at some common examples of current liabilities a company may owe within a year or less in order to accurately assess a company's stability.
A company might issue a dividend to investors in the form of cash dividends or stock dividends. Both dividends impact the balance sheet differently.
Learn about how real estate agents get listings in top real estate markets, as well as in smaller areas, through utilizing their networks and marketing.