Investing FAQs

  1. Why is a company's Cash Flow from Financing (CFF) important to both investors and creditors?

  2. What is a 'busted' convertible bond?

  3. What is the difference between recurring and non-recurring general and administrative expenses?

  4. What does a futures contract cost?

  5. How can I find a company's EV/EBITDA multiple?

  6. What is the difference between terminal value and residual value?

  7. How can I use the holding period return yield to determine whether or not I should sell my bond?

  8. Should investors focus more on the current yield or face value of a bond?

  9. What is the difference between Cost and Freight (CFR) and Free on Board (FOB)?

  10. What kind of assets can be traded on a secondary market?

  11. What is considered a healthy EV/EBITDA?

  12. What can working capital turnover ratios tell a trader?

  13. How can I find net margin by looking a company's financial statements?

  14. What bond indexes follow the supply and demand for junk bonds?

  15. What percentage of a diversified portfolio should large cap stocks comprise?

  16. How are American Depository Receipts (ADRs) exchanged?

  17. How is the marginal cost of production used to find an optimum production level?

  18. How do I calculate the expected return of my portfolio in Excel?

  19. What are the main factors that affect stocks in the telecommunications sector?

  20. How do you find the break-even point using a payback period?

  21. What is a negative write-off?

  22. What metrics can be used when evaluating a telecommunications company to ensure its cash flow is sustainable?

  23. How does the landscape of the telecommunications sector in the U.S. compare to Canada?

  24. How do you record adjustments for accrued revenue?

  25. What do I do if I think an accountant is in violation of the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles?

  26. What factors make it difficult to compare performance ratios between retail stocks?

  27. What is the difference between adjusted and regular funds from operations?

  28. What factors are the primary drivers of share prices in the retail sector?

  29. How do investors interpret the same store sales ratio when analyzing food and beverage stocks?

  30. What are some of the more common types of regressions investors can use?

  31. How does the risk of investing in the industrial sector compare to the broader market?

  32. How can I determine if my portfolio is overweight in certain sectors?

  33. What types of assets lower portfolio variance?

  34. What is the average return on equity for a company in the retail sector?

  35. How attractive is the food and beverage sector for a growth investor?

  36. To what extent do seasonal factors influence the utilities sector?

  37. What are the financial benefits of hire purchases?

  38. How can I hedge my portfolio to protect from a decline in the food and beverage sector?

  39. What are common delta hedging strategies?

  40. What are some mutual funds that do not have 12b-1 fees?

  41. What are some common accretive transactions?

  42. What portion of the telecommunications sector will benefit most from continued growth in the use of cell phones?

  43. How do you calculate a reverse split using Excel?

  44. What happens to the shares of stock purchased in a tender offer?

  45. How can I use the funds from operations to total debt ratio to assess risk?

  46. What are the main benchmarks that track the performance of the utilities sector?

  47. Why are the term structure of interest rates indicative of future interest rates?

  48. Why should an investor include an allocation to the telecommunications sector in their portfolio?

  49. How does being overweight in a particular sector increase risk to a portfolio?

  50. What are the primary risks an investor should consider when investing in the retail sector?

  51. How attractive is the retail sector for a growth investor?

  52. What are some of the common trends of the Average Revenue Per User in the telecommunications industry?

  53. What profit margin is usual for a company in the retail sector?

  54. What annual return could an investor expect on average from the telecommunications sector?

  55. What are some examples of money market funds?

  56. What are some common financial sampling methods?

  57. What is the average price-to-earnings ratio in the retail sector?

  58. How much oil must be produced to maintain inventory levels in the United States?

  59. What action is the SEC likely to take on 12b-1 fees?

  60. What is the difference between a greenfield investment and a regular investment?

  61. What is the average annual dividend yield of companies in the retail sector?

  62. What does residual value represent in a private equity investment?

  63. What is the average price-to-book ratio of companies in the retail sector?

  64. What are average operating expenses for the oil and gas sector?

  65. What is considered a reasonable 12b-1 fee?

  66. What kind of companies in the utilities sector offer the most stable dividends for a risk-averse investor?

  67. Are companies with high Book Value Of Equity Per Share (BVPS) takeover targets?

  68. What is the formula for calculating free cash flow in Excel?

  69. What metrics are commonly used to evaluate companies in the retail sector?

  70. How is a company's market capitalization affected by a reverse stock split?

  71. What is the effect of a reverse split on the stock's value?

  72. What are the typical ratios for a reverse stock split?

  73. Why would a company decide to utilize H-shares over A-shares in its IPO?

  74. What is considered a reasonable interest rate for a syndicated loan?

  75. How do companies with a large product portfolio use BCG Analysis?

  76. How do you calculate CAGR?

  77. Why would you undertake a reverse split?

  78. How do you calculate free cash flow?

  79. What is the formula for calculating the receivables turnover ratio?

  80. How do you calculate the quick ratio?

  81. How does an investor evaluate an inventory turnover ratio for a retail company?

  82. Are there mutual funds that take advantage of merger arbitrage?

  83. How strong are the barriers to entry for new companies in the telecommunications sector?

  84. How do I place a buy limit order if I want to buy a stock during an initial public offering?

  85. To what extent is the oil and gas sector dominated by a few major companies?

  86. How can I measure portfolio variance?

  87. What average annual total return does the utilities sector generate?

  88. What is the formula for calculating return on investment (ROI) in Excel?

  89. What is the formula for calculating the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) in Excel?

  90. What are some examples of items that count as comprehensive income?

  91. What advantages does a company have using international financial reporting standards (IFRS) over U.S. GAAP?

  92. What are the main benchmarks that track the telecommunications sector?

  93. How can I hedge my portfolio to protect from a decline in the retail sector?

  94. If I believe retail sector companies are overvalued how can I profit from a fall in share prices?

  95. Are there leveraged ETFs that follow the retail sector?

  96. What are some of the most popular ETFs that track the retail sector?

  97. What are some of the most common mutual funds that give exposure to the retail sector?

  98. Why is the utilities sector popular among value investors?

  99. What happens if a company's earnings fall short of estimates?

  100. What is the formula for calculating the inventory turnover ratio in Excel?

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