Archive for August, 2009

Internet Banking Essay

August 25th, 2009 No comments

Internet banking is the new method of banking using the new technologies available in the world today. Instead of needing to travel into a local branch of your bank, the Internet allows you to do a wide variety of useful things with your accounts. It can be accessed from anywhere that there is a computer with the Internet, and of course unlike bank branches the net is open 24 hours … Read the rest

Corporate Finance Essay

August 20th, 2009 No comments

To fully understand how the business culture has acquired the greed mindset, a look at what a corporation is and defining corporate behavior becomes the starting point. First a corporation is defined as “an association of individuals, created by law and having an existence apart from that of its members as well as distinct and inherent powers and liabilities (Webster Dictionary).” Although made up of people, being separate or apart … Read the rest

Investment Essay

August 20th, 2009 No comments

In the United States, a society plagued by capitalism, investing has become a way of life. To most Americans it begins with opening a savings account and slowly allowing that money to grow through the compounded interest rate over the years. While it may not seem like a big step in generating more income, nonetheless, this is a positive movement in the market of investments. With the many types of … Read the rest

How to Write a Good Finance Dissertation

August 18th, 2009 No comments

Building the good Finance dissertation is your goal, and you can accomplish it, through clear definition of your dissertation goals. Most colleges offer courses during the program that will put you on the right path to writing your Finance dissertation; however, not all colleges can prepare you for the amount of work that you will develop in a dissertation. You must be prepared to dedicate a great many hours to … Read the rest

Impact of Psychology on Finance

August 17th, 2009 No comments

For all their flair and boasted smugness, traders are not nearly as rational as they claim to be. This principle, which is in open conflict with the conventional Efficient Market Hypothesis supported by Modern Finance, is at the heart of a new discipline called behavioral finance. These studies target the cross-territory between psychology and finance and have an impressive body of empirical evidence supporting their statements.

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Financial Markets

August 12th, 2009 No comments

To successfully invest $200m of funds into short term securities with the highest possible yield in order to maximise our return on profit. 10% of our funds are required to be invested in the overnight market and 50% should be available over the next 3 months.

To speculate in the market according to interest rate movements over the next 6 months by buying and selling securities in order to achieve … Read the rest

Man Behind The Money

August 10th, 2009 No comments

This informative report on the business major I am taking up is submitted to Dr. James Ellzy, Professor, College of Business, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN. This report has been done by request of Dr. Ellzy to satisfy the requirements of the research paper that was assigned to me.

The purpose of this report is for me to research the outlook of pursuing a job as a financial consultant. Included … Read the rest

Role of Accounting and Finance

August 7th, 2009 No comments

What is the role of accounting and financial decision making in Business? Why is essential to consider accounting data in relation to other factors in other decisions in all situations.

The word accounting can firstly be defined as the collection, recording, compiling and forecasting of financial information.

There are two different strands in accounting, and these are financial accounting and management accounting. Financial accounting has information about reports of the … Read the rest