Welcome back to my blog! The month of September have passed and it’s time for me personally to give just a little upgrade about my collection. 294.month 74 from last. I saw this coming because last month I had fashioned the best performing month, so the stocks had to draw a little bit back again.
They can’t always go up. But no complains. Just a little retracement is good for buyers like me always. September I strike a new record In. 57.55 or 25% from the same amount of last year. 300/month in dividends probably in December. 700 of fresh capital to my TFSA account. The year I intend to keep that pace before end of. Year I will change my contributions Next, depending on 2019 TFSA limit. I only made one transaction by purchasing 28 shares of Laurentian Bank or investment company. I’ve a YouTube channel that was demonetized in February of 2018 because of the new monetization rules.
Back then I had 500 clients and 150,000 of watched minutes. The brand new rules required channels to have at least 1,000 clients and 240,000 of watched minutes for monetization. September In, I reached 1 finally,000 clients on my YouTube route and accumulated over 260,000 of watched minutes before a year. The monetization is not fired up yet since it takes about a month for YouTube to review my route again. That’s it for now. Feel absolve to ask any questions!
Learning Objective: 10-01 How exactly to determine the relevant cash flows for a proposed project. Learning Objective: 10-01 How exactly to determine the relevant cash flows for a proposed project. Learning Objective: 10-01 How to determine the relevant cash flows for a proposed task. Increasing which of the following will boost the operating cash flow let’s assume that the bottom-up approach is utilized to compute the operating cash flow? Learning Objective: 10-01 How exactly to determine the relevant cash moves for a proposed project. Which one of the following statements is right concerning bid prices?
- Testing the asset
- Total money under management
- 40 17,000.00 29,960.00 29,960.00
- Electronics (such as computers, tablets, and smartphones)
- Strong GDP development of average 3%
- Following up to work out contract conditions and pricing
- Deferral of capital benefits via 1031 exchange
- A collaborative method of asset allocation
The bid price is the utmost price that a firm should bid. A company can submit a bet that is greater than the computed bet price but still break even. A bid price ignores fees. A bid price should be computed based on the operating cash flows of the task exclusively. A bid price should be computed based on a zero percent required rate of return.
Learning Objective: 10-03 How exactly to set a bid price for a task. Dan is comparing three machines to determine which one to get. The machines sell for differing prices, have differing operating costs, differing machine lives, and will be replaced when worn out. Which one of the following computational methods should Dan use as the basis for his decision? Learning Objective: 10-04 How to evaluate the comparative annual cost of a task. Learning Objective: 10-04 How to evaluate the equivalent annual cost of the project.
When using the equivalent annual cost as a basis for deciding which equipment should be purchased, the gear under consideration must fit which two of the next requirements? Learning Objective: 10-04 How exactly to evaluate the comparative annual cost of a project. The equivalent annual cost considers which of the next? Learning Objective: 10-04 How exactly to evaluate the comparable annual cost of a project.