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What is Enterprise Value? How do you calculate it?

Enterprise Value (EV) or Firm Value is an economic measure that indicates the total value of a company. It measures how much an acquirer needs to pay to buy a company. 761 more words

Finance Concepts

What is Diluted EPS? How is it calculated?

This post is Part2 of the my article on Earnings Per Share. Read Part1: Basic EPS here. In this article, I’ll discuss Diluted EPS along with different methods to calculate it. 654 more words

Finance Concepts

Washington Examiner: Opinion: Stephen R. Smith: How to Make Retirement More Secure & Make Capitalism Work For All


Washington Examiner: Opinion: Stephen R. Smith: How to Make Retirement More Secure & Make Capitalism Work For All

How about instead of justing giving big successful companies and corporations subsidies for being successful and wealthy, which is what corporate welfare is, we put that taxpayer money to good use. 215 more words

Economic Freedom

When CEOs get a pay raise: Is there any rhyme or reason?

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s pay doubled and HP CEO Meg Whitman’s increased by over 1,000% between 2013 and 2014. But the salaries of Starbuck’s Howard Schultz, along with Viacom’s Philippe Dauman and Disney’s Bob Iger all took a dive, by up to a half. 743 more words

Leadership

Stock Buybacks Are Greedy Bullshit And Here Is Why You Should Care.

Why does a company go public? Money. I mean, in theory there are a myriad of reasons why a specific company would decide to take on an initial public offering but the most likely scenario boils down to a company that needs additional cash to expand. 601 more words

What I've Learned Trading Options - So Far

I just recently started trading options. I have been trading stocks as an individual investor for many, many years. In all my years of trading I always invested in stocks in a very straight forward way. 1,631 more words

Strategy

Why CEOs make over 300 times more than workers

By David Nelson, CFA

Income inequality will be a central theme for Democrat and Republican candidates as we head into the election cycle. Both sides of the aisle know what’s at stake and the importance of positioning their policies as a cure for what some call a cancer sweeping the nation. 1,053 more words

David Nelson