Next video:
Loading the player...

Learn more about what it costs to produce goods.

  1. No results found.
Related Articles
  1. Small Business

    Capital Expenditure Versus Revenue Expenditure

    Capital expenditures and revenue expenses have significant differences. Here's the difference between the two.
  2. Investing

    What are Capital Goods?

    Capital goods are assets with a useful life of more than one year that are used for the production of income.
  3. Insights

    Explaining Comparative Advantage

    Comparative advantage is the ability of an individual, company or country to produce a good or service at a lower opportunity cost than its competitor. Having a comparative advantage doesn't ...
  4. Investing

    Capex Report: Telecom Leads in Spending (T,VZ)

    Find out why the telecom sector led in 2015 spending on capital expenditures and understand how operating cash flow and total cash holdings have enabled that.
  5. Small Business

    Explaining Cost Of Capital

    Cost of capital is the cost of funds used to finance a business.
  6. Investing

    Understanding Marginal Cost of Production

    Marginal cost of production is an economics term that refers to the change in production costs resulting from producing one more unit.
  7. Investing

    Variable Costs

    Variable costs go up when a company produces more goods or services, and go down when it produces fewer goods or services. This is compared to fixed costs, which do not change in proportion to ...
  8. Investing

    What Are The Different Types Of Costs In Cost Accounting?

    Cost accounting measures several different types of costs associated with a company’s production processes.
  9. Financial Advisor

    Warrants

    Learn more about this derivative security.
  10. Investing

    What is Incremental Cost?

    Incremental cost is the added cost of manufacturing one more unit.
Hot Definitions
  1. Federal Direct Loan Program

    A program that provides low-interest loans to postsecondary students and their parents. The William D. Ford Federal Direct ...
  2. Cash Flow

    The net amount of cash and cash-equivalents moving into and out of a business. Positive cash flow indicates that a company's ...
  3. PLUS Loan

    A low-cost student loan offered to parents of students currently enrolled in post-secondary education. With a PLUS Loan, ...
  4. Graduate Record Examination - GRE

    A standardized exam used to measure one's aptitude for abstract thinking in the areas of analytical writing, mathematics ...
  5. Graduate Management Admission Test - GMAT

    A standardized test intended to measure a test taker's aptitude in mathematics and the English language. The GMAT is most ...
  6. Magna Cum Laude

    An academic level of distinction used by educational institutions to signify an academic degree which was received "with ...
Trading Center