Search results “A good return on investment” for the 2013
How to calculate Return on Investment
Hi everybody, Ron Phillips here with RPC Invest. https://www.rpcinvest.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WealthAcceleratorSystem/ Blog Post: https://www.rpcinvest.com/blog Don’t forget to Comment and Subscribe if you liked this video! Thanks for checking out this video! A Question i get asked all the time is…. Why should i invest into Real Estate. http://www.ron-phillips.com/3xmarket/ The answer that your will video out if you check out in this video http://vimeo.com/99046951 is that rental properties are not only a great investment if you do it right! They can become a passive income that your can replace your current income with or stay at your day job and build your wealth on the side for an early retirement! With my FREE Wealth Accelerator System you will learn how to Double your Retirement in 45 days or Less! Watch Ron's new webinar here: https://goo.gl/KAd85k Not only will i teach you the RIGHT kind of property to look for, but i’ll also teach you how to create a positive cash flow. With our wealth plan we look at your net worth and set a goal to INCREASE net worth before retirement! You can click this link https://www.rpcinvest.com/weathplan and your current financial situation and set your financial goals and see how your net worth can grow using REAL investment properties! My main goal when i started this was to create a system that would give you FINANCIAL FREEDOM through an investment that gives you double digit returns. https://goo.gl/1MrD7G I don’t charge you a dime to learn this my system! We will help you find the right homes to start growing your WEALTH!
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Mark Moreland: What is a good return on investment?
Mark Moreland: What is a good return on investment?
Views: 793 Alan Huang
How to Calculate Numbers on a Rental Property
Discover our straight-forward and easy to use formula for calculating the numbers on a prospective rental property purchase. Welcome to Hipster’s first how-to video! I’m going to show you how to run quick numbers on a rental property. You can use this easy and fast formula for any property you’re looking at. I'll be behind the scenes doing the calculations on my white board and calculator (yes, it really is that big!) to show you how it works. This is an actual rental property I'm using as an example, including the actual purchase price and numbers. (You have to love my handwriting!) You always want to verify the numbers you run before you buy any property (for example, with a property manager), but it helps to do your homework first. This particular house is in Indianapolis and gets $1,075 in rent. It was built in 2002. Super cute little house: three bedroom, two bath. But all we care about right now is the numbers… Want to know more about the latest deals? Subscribe to our Newsletter: http://goo.gl/41tmRK ----- Are you a responsible professional ages 30-49 and want to make smart investments? Have you thought about real estate investing but ruled it out because it sounded complicated or risky? Do you want to grow your money, but are worried about scams and ripoffs? Are you a cool person who I’d just enjoy saying “hi” to? If you answered "YES" to any of those questions, then we should talk. I help people just like you to find smart, safe, passive real estate investments so your money is working hard for you, even if you lack real estate investing knowledge. If you're cautious or nervous, then I can help you get educated on the best real estate investments possible and guide you towards getting that first investment property under your belt. When the passive income starts flowing, you'll be hooked and be ready for more properties, and I can introduce you to actual high quality deals and partners that I would, and do, actually invest in myself. I promise, I won’t refer you to anyone I haven’t personally bought through myself. (true story)
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Spring Cleaning Tips to Boost Your Return on Investment in Business
Click here http://www.briantracy.com/wealthreport to receive my FREE REPORT: The Way to Wealth! Spring cleaning for your business is essential and can help boost your organizational skills. You should continually make a list of your most profitable and income producing tasks and make them a priority to get the greatest return on investment in business. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu8NcKRZI5I _____________ CONNECT WITH ME: Full site http://www.briantracy.com/YouTube Twitter http://www.twitter.com/BrianTracy Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BrianTracyPage Google+ http://plus.google.com/+briantracy Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/BrianTracy Instagram @TheBrianTracy Blog site http://www.briantracy.com/blog/ Subscribe to my channel! http://youtube.com/BrianTracySpeaker _____________
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Renovations That Yield The Best Return on Investment - Episode #173
Welcome to the Toronto Beaches! We are south of Queen Street East in a very high demand location. This is the After Renovations Video. Jerry Greer, the owner of this Prime Beach Property, has completed his renovation and has touched on all the items that offer the biggest bang for your dollar in terms of Property Value and Rental Value. Those items are: New Flooring New Kitchen Modern Lighting Professional Paint Job with the right colours Spa-Like Bathroom Ensuite Laundry The rents that Jerry was getting before renovations was $1700 / month. Now he is asking $2300 / month and will likely be asking $2500 come Spring and Summer...there are very good reasons for this as you will learn why. The renovation budget was originally $25,000 and it ended up costing $40,000. There were a few items that were unexpected as usual with renovations. Watch and learn. And last but not least, we can't forget about the sloped floors! Were they fixed? Was the Renovation Specialist, Jeff Reed, able to solve the "bowling ball effect"? Here is the Before Video: Prime Toronto Beach House With Sloped Floors Before Renovation -- Episode #168 http://beachinvesting.com/prime-toronto-beach-house-sloped-floors-renovation-episode-168/ Here is the During Video: Jacking Up Floor Joists -- Episode #171 http://beachinvesting.com/jacking-floor-joists-episode-171/
Views: 697 Andrei Angelkovski
Forestry: Maximizing your return on investment.
The third in a series of videos exploring how landowners can manage their woodlots. In this video we look at how landowners can profit from a timber harvest. Focus is on finding and hiring a forester and quickly summarizing his or her role in the timber harvest process. Also, forestry expert Art Abramson talks about how much a landowner's trees may be worth and the vital role landowner's play in Michigan's forest economy. The following is a list of forestry resource links included in the video that can be used to find a forester or find out more about forestry and woodlot management. http://michigansaf.org/ http://www.safnet.org/ http://www.treefarmsystem.org/state-tree-farm-programs?s=mi http://www.michiganforest.com/index.php?pid=2 http://www.mfra.org/mfra.php http://www.for.msu.edu/extension_outreach/consulting_foresters http://www.acf-foresters.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Home http://www.michiganforests.com/ http://www.timbermen.org/ http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-30301_30505---,00.html http://www.michiganforestbiofuels.org/ http://www.for.msu.edu/extension_outreach/find_an_expert http://agbioresearch.msu.edu/kelloggforest/index.html
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6 College Degrees with the Worst Return on Investment
Job Channel Network's Renee Kohn discusses ten college degrees in which the high price of education may not pay off. For more news and information about careers and the job market, visit JobChannelNetwok.com.
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Video the best return on investment of any media
This short video shows how video is more cost effective than a small newspaper ad.
Views: 18 Alan Cox
What is the best investment?
The Big Fight: With an inflation that is hovering around a double-digit figure where do you invest? Is stock market the best place to invest or should you buy a new property or look at the real estate sector to get the maximum return? Or is the real estate sector poised to see a price correction? What about those who do not understand the nitty-grittis of the stock market? Should they leave the decision to invest their money to the fund managers or will that be a risky proposition? What about government bonds and small saving schemes? Or is gold by far the safest bet against risk and gives the maximum return? Diwali is the most auspicious time for investment purpose. So join us for a very special debate on Big Fight and see what experts from realty, stock market, mutual funds have to say about investments. Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/the-big-fight/what-is-the-best-investment/295728
Views: 2901 NDTV
Invest in Graphene - a high return alternative investment
Graphene is going to change the world. Watch to find out why! Invest for returns of over 20%. More at: http://bit.ly/1bZ6oNc
Presentation on Return On Investment
Sports Media's week 3 assignment, presentation on Return On Investment.
Views: 32 William L. Walker
Return on Investment: Language Learning Efficiency
A discussion about the best return on investment when learning languages. What are the best methods and why? Learn a language at: http://www.lingq.com Visit my blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com
How To Create $10,000 Passive Monthly Income And Retire - Real Estate Investing
http://www.JoeCrump.com/youtube If you are using the automation and outsourcing techniques that I teach in my Push Button Method and in my Six Month Mentor program, you will eventually want to outsource your buyers. This can save you a huge amount of time and effort and is not that expensive to set up. There are some issues you have to solve before it will be an effective strategy -- watch the video for details. Read Joe Crump's Blog: http://JoeCrumpBlog.com/ Six Month Mentor Program http://www.ZeroDownInvesting.com Joe Crump's website: http://JoeCrump.com Read the Transcript: Bringing in a $10,000 monthly income is more than just possible; it's a reality for plenty of real estate investors. "Based on my own background, the main thrust is, 'Where is all of this leading? What's the finish line?' For example, how do I create a minimum $10,000 a month permanent income, not lease options that can cash out? Besides paying off the single family houses, which is great, how do small to large apartments and self-storages figure in this ultimate plan? In short, where is all of this leading?" -- Jeff from Seattle, Washington Joe: Well, the goal is to have 100% passive income and just like you say here, if you can get $10,000 a month, you have $120,000 a year and that's a pretty good income, and if you own rental property or real estate in general, typically rents go up over time because inflation makes them go up, so that makes your passive investment inflation proof. If you buy a fixed cd or annuity and you know it's going to be _x_ amount of dollars, you know that it's going to stay the same until you die, whereas real estate has the potential to go up and the likelihood is that it will go up over time. Joe: Values fluctuate and we've all seen a big adjustment in values across the country, but income has stayed pretty stable across the board, all over the country, and we've seen a little bit of adjustment in rents on the downward side over this last year or so. I was surprised that it didn't drop earlier but it didn't. Then we've seen in the last year that it's dropped maybe 5 to 10% in some places. Joe: But it's still a good solid investment. All of the real estate that I own is still bringing in income every month. I own property free and clear. I also own property that I bought "Subject-To" that is paying off a loan over time and will work really well, and I even bought properties that I used loans to do. You can't get investment loans these days that make any sense at all, and I wouldn't suggest that anybody do that (there are some other problems with that as well which I won't cover in this program). Joe: The other question you had was, Jeff: "Should I buy commercial property like multifamily and self-storage?" Joe: If you have the cash, they can be good investments. If you look at single family homes and you look at the rent to price ratio, it's much higher on a single family home than it would be on a commercial property, depending on where you buy. If you buy in good solid, blue collared neighborhoods where you can get substantial, professional, competent property managers, that's what you want, because for it to be passive income, you have to have a good property manager to handle the work for you, or good property managers if you're in multiple areas like I am. Joe: It's very important to have good people that can do this for you. You don't have to manage the properties yourself, whether it's self-storage or commercial. So if you have good property management, it's one of the reasons to buy commercial, which from what I hear from people that own a lot of commercial property, is easier to manage. Joe: But you also have the potential for more vacancies, especially in a volatile economic environment. And you still have to make payments on the mortgage, unless you paid cash for the property, and then it doesn't hurt as bad, but it still means that you're going to have less income per dollar that you spent. So if you want to get a 5-35% return, which you can do in real estate and which I'm doing, and if you do even more things to it like become active in the investing part of it or you turn around and sell some of the properties that you buy, then single family homes make a lot more sense for that reason. Joe: I've done commercial, I've done self-storage and have worked in those environments but I like single families better, and the majority of what I have in my portfolio is single family homes, and I'd recommend the same for you. ... To read the rest of the transcript, click here: http://joecrumpblog.com/how-to-create-10000-passive-monthly-income-and-retire-real-estate-investing/
Views: 218979 Joe Crump
High Rate of Return on Investment
We teach private lenders how to make a lot of money!
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Ethical investing - Good for the world, Good returns
You've heard the myth, that you can't get good returns investing ethically. Watch this video to find out why the myth is not true. Head to australianethical.com.au and click 'Join Now' to join
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How to Measure Return on Investment (Business Value in Scrum)
http://tv.ssw.com/business-value SSW was very proud to deliver Event Cinemas new website. They are Australia's leading cinema chain. In this video, see a client who was new to Scrum deal with estimating "Business Value" for the first time. See at the end how the Product Owner can order the backlog by ROI, which is awesome. Adam Cogan has more on the background on his blog: "One thing that is practically universal in our industry is that we let Product Owners get away with far too much. Product Owners are typically extremely busy and I believe that most dysfunction that happens in Scrum teams comes down to the Product Owner. Letting a Product Owner skip estimating the "Business Value" does *not* make developers work better together. Remember, 'what is trust?'" Read the rest of Adam's post here: http://www.adamcogan.com/2013/05/08/the-business-value-field/ Links from the video: SSW Rule on Estimating User Stories https://bitly.com/EstimatingUserStories SSW Rule on zsValidation http://bit.ly/zsValidatePage SSW Rule on Estimating Business Value http://bit.ly/EstimateBusinessValue Vote to have a Business Value Report added to TFS 'out of the box' http://bit.ly/Business-Value-Report SSW Event Cinemas webpage Case Study http://ssw.com.au/ssw/Consulting/EventCinemasCaseStudy.aspx
Reason #3:  PowerUp is a good ROI (Return on Investment!)
Top 20 Reasons to attend PowerUp this year... Reason #3: PowerUp is a good ROI (Return on Investment!) More about PowerUp and the other Top 20 Reasons click here: http://bit.ly/1cvHfd3 Click here to get your ticket now: www.liveviridian.com
How Do You Figure The Return On Investment For A Cash Flow Property - Real Estate Investing
http://www.JoeCrump.com/youtube There are a lot of ways to figure ROI on investment properties, but most of them make it way more complicated than it needs to be. Here is a simple method I use that helps me measure one investment against another and compare apples to apples rather than apples to oranges. If you understand this method, it will make communicating with investors (who you hope will buy your properties), much easier. PS -- If you make comments and ask questions on the post, I will answer them. By the way, there are some good reasons to make COMMENTS and ask questions about my blog postings. First of all, I want to hear them and am willing to personally answer questions. Second, they help me get better search engine positioning. BUT... third, and most important to you, if you have a website, you can put the web address in the comment and it will provide a link back to your site. Search engines see this and will rank your site higher. So it benefits us both. Make sure the comment or question is relevant and not an ad for your site. Six Month Mentor Program http://www.ZeroDownInvesting.com Read Joe Crump's Blog: http://JoeCrumpBlog.com/ Joe Crump's website: http://JoeCrump.com Read the Transcript: I'm going to explain how to figure the costs and returns on investment for cash flow properties. Joe: A lot of people have been asking me about this. There are lots of analysis tools to figure out what the cap rate is of the rental property, how much return you're going to get or what the long term investment value is. But I think you want to be able to compare apples to apples with your investments. So if, for example, I say, 'I can go to Bank of America and put my money into a money market and get 2% return on that money, or I can go into a mutual fund and get x return. Or, I can buy this stock and I can get this return. So, I'll have an idea of where we're at in the continuum and how my investment in real estate compares to those.' Joe: Investment in real estate almost always compares favorably over those types of investments. I think the reason most people buy mutual funds and stocks is because that's how the people who sell those things make money. They won't make money when they sell you investment property. They make money when they sell you stocks. Joe: Stocks are the accepted way to buy property and to put your money. But I don't believe that you have control over stocks. I don't believe that you have any control over what happens in the boardrooms of these big corporations or whether they're doing things legitimately, and if they are, whether or not they're going to do the right thing or if they're going to make money on it. Joe: There's no way you can know those things. And even the experts who look at these businesses and decide whether or not their values are there and even with all the stock analysis that they do, they're still not going to have any control over that particular investment. Joe: But with real estate, you can buy a piece of real estate, look at the market where that real estate is and determine whether or not you're going to be able to have income and if it's going to be sustainable over the long term. Joe: That's determined by rental values. Rental values can drop and you can still get a decent return on your properties if you're doing it this way. You can also get professional management who can handle these things for you, and you can take them out of the transaction any time you want, so if you feel that they're not doing a good job, you can pull them out and give somebody else the job to do it for you or you can take over and do it yourself, which is not something I would want to do. Joe: There are lots of good property managers out there and if you find somebody with a license, then their ethics are accountable to the board of realtors and they' have to follow through with doing it a certain way. So, if you do get a property manager, make sure you find somebody who's licensed or who's working directly under you on a day to day basis. Joe: Anyway, how do you figure the return on investment for a property that you're buying long term? And I think the easiest way to do return on investment is to, first, set aside the value of the property or the amount that you have into it. For example, let's say you bought it and you fixed it up: add up the money you paid to buy it and the money you paid to turn on the utilities and to fix it up to get it habitable (and hopefully you have somebody to do all this work for you -- don't do work on properties yourself). Get the total cost. To read the rest of the transcript and more of Joe Crump's articles, click here: http://joecrumpblog.com/how-do-you-figure-the-return-on-investment-for-a-cash-flow-property/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=EndLink+&utm_campaign=Youtube130722
Views: 5413 Joe Crump
ROI - The new approach to your return on investment
In this video, I share something that I recently heard at an Adobe Summit. It will forever change the way I look at business and my investments. We all know the term "ROI" or "return on investment" and we all focus on the money on the return and how fast we can get it. Well, in this video I share a new approach to "ROI" and hopefully it can change the way you look at your business and take a new approach. This is great for marketing, advertising, startups, and any new business that involves dealing with people. Thanks! http://www.thesalonguy.com
Views: 270 TheSalonGuy
Real Estate Investing Terms Part 1 - NOI, Cap Rate & Cash on Cash - Real Estate Investment Tips
For an experienced SF Bay Area real estate agent visit http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea Thumbs up, favorite, share, subscribe and make a comment! One thing that's commonly asked of me from non-commercial agents and investors alike is what all the different terms mean. Net Operating income (NOI), Cap rate, Cash on Cash, Internal Rate of Return (or IRR) and Net Present Value, or NPV. Knowing these terms and how to calculate them is essential to anyone who invests in real estate. This is especially true for new investors. If you're learning or if you're a bit unfamiliar with where to start, be sure to watch me "How to Start Investing" video. I'm going to explain each one of these the same way I explain it to my clients in my two part video. In this video we'll discuss Net Operating Income, Cap Rate and cash on cash. In my "Investing Terms Part 2" video we'll tie in the internal rate of return and net present value. To start off, let's take a look at a make believe commercial investment property. Here we have a property listed at about $2M. To keep numbers simple, let's say after all expenses, but NOT including the mortgage principle and interest, it nets $150k/year. Now this $150k is called the "Net operating income". Net Operating income, or NOI for short, is what you make after accounting for taxes, insurance, vacancy & credit loss, repairs, management (if any), utilities and other miscellaneous costs. Again, this is NOT including a mortgage principle and interest. Now we simply plug it into a formula that I always remember as "IRV". Income over Rate equals Value Income is the NOI we just discussed, which in this case is $150k/year, rate is the Cap Rate, and Value is the price of the property. Now this formula can go multiple ways just like a simple math. If we plug in our Income and our value, but don't know our rate, we simply solve it by dividing by Value Going back to our example, we know our Income, we know we need to divide it by our value and then solve our cap rate. $150,000 divided by $2m is .075, or 7.5% - which is our cap rate. Now, a lot of people get so stuck on the cap rate, they forget that it's not the best way to analyze a property's potential. When you think of a cap rate, think of a photograph or a snapshot. A cap rate is simply a quick snapshot of a property for just ONE YEAR as it stands and WITHOUT any financing. Since I've explained what NOI is and how to find the Cap Rate lets figure out how we determine Cash on Cash. Pretend you don't have the full $2M to buy the property cash, or presume you want to use leverage as discussed in my "Using Leverage Properly" video and instead plan on putting a 35% down payment and getting a loan for the rest. Well, a cap rate is really no longer going to give you an accurate depiction of how much money you're making now is it? Remember, you're not putting $2M in the bank anymore; you're talking about only putting $700k into the bank and obviously you're not going to make $150k/year because now you have a loan to pay for! First, I've listed the potential loan here. It's a 65% loan to value amount, meaning you put down 35% they'll give you 65%. The interest rate is 5.5%, amortized over 30 years. This will give us an Annual Debt Service of $88,575. Annual Debt service is really just a fancy way of saying Mortgage Principle and Interest. We now have $700k invested as our down payment, and that $150k/year is now down to $61,425 after paying the debt service. Solving for cash on cash is a very similar formula as the IRV Cap rate formula. Take the income per year, which is now $61,425 and divide that by the initial investment of $700k which will equal .08775, or 8.775%. We're going to use this same example in my "Investing Terms Part 2" video, so be sure to watch that one next time you have a few minutes. In the meantime, be sure next time you analyze a property you take into account what kind of return it could make with and without leverage. Sometimes it could make all the difference. Sometimes it might convince you that it's just better off to pay cash for the property you're looking at. Regardless of which it is, feel confident knowing you can calculate the difference between both scenarios using the NOI and make an informed decision...now that's good to know. Contact Davide Pio Today | SF Bay Area Real Estate http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com | 510-815-2000
How to Get a Better Return on your Innovation Investment
So you're convinced that investing in Innovation is a good thing to do but you're not sure that you are getting good value from your investment. You've seen over a dozen articles on innovation in the last year alone. These often look at a few iconic examples (e.g. Apple, eBay, or P&G) but some of the advice is conflicting and you wonder if you can really replicate Apple's business model in your industry! You think that some of your innovation management practices need improvement but there seems to be little empirical evidence about what really works in terms of managing the innovation process. We'd like to share some findings from Arthur D. Little's 8th Global Innovation Excellence Study -- a detailed cross-industry benchmark -- and invite you to benchmark yourself against your industry peers. The study is based on looking at the relationship between innovation success (based on impact of innovation) and innovation performance on a comprehensive framework which breaks down innovation activity in different areas and looks at adoption of best practice in each area. What you will learn This webinar will provide some hard evidence on which innovation practices separate top innovators from others within and across a wide range of industries, including four key cross-industry innovation management practices which are most consistently linked to strong innovation performance: • Understanding important technologies in terms of their contribution to corporate goals. • Using external sources of business intelligence in a structured way. • Reacting to changes in targeted segments by reviewing the product/service portfolio. • Mobilizing the whole organization to develop new ideas. To view this webinar in its entirety, please visit: http://budurl.com/ys6r
Views: 131 Sopheon
Asset Allocation - Money Investment Tips
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IRR (Internal Rate of Return)
This video explains the concept of IRR (the internal rate of return) and illustrates how to calculate the IRR via an example. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
Views: 562019 Edspira
Using a Return on Investment Model for Optimum Program Management
Visit MFOA's website at http://www.mfoa.on.ca Or subscribe to MFOA's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MFOAOntario Topic Outline: Making financially sound decisions in order to give tax payers the best value for their dollar is very important both fiscally and politically. Using a return on investment model to measure the performance of a project, prior to diving into the investment, would be very beneficial in deciding whether the timing for the project is right and whether or not it is a good investment. If the results are not acceptable, the model can be used as a tool to consider what factors would need to be in place for a favourable outcome. This webinar will give an overview of The City of Thunder Bay's experience developing and applying a comprehensive financial ROI model to identify the tipping point where it would be cost advantageous to retrofit / replace existing HPS street lights with new LED lights. Who Should Attend: Finance Managers, Treasurers, CFOs and other team members involved in decision making of major financial investments in your municipality. What you will Learn: • Financial drivers to consider when developing an ROI model • Identify and quantify operating and capital savings/costs • Consideration of the return on investment percentage as well as the number of years for payback on the investment • Impacts of funding sources About Your Speaker: Michelle Labate is a recent graduate of the Municipal Finance Officers' Association Internship program. Michelle will be sharing her experience and involvement in the creation and use of a return on investment model to measure the performance of the possible investment of LED street lighting at The City of Thunder Bay.
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What NOT To Invest In
http://www.smartfinancialadvice.com.au/what-not-to-invest/ ‎ What NOT To Invest In When you are looking at your investment options and how to go about building a successful investment portfolio it's just as important to consider what NOT to invest in, as it is to consider what you DO want to invest in. Let's have a look at three characteristics or features of investments that you DON'T want to invest in and include in your investment portfolio and the reasons why. 1. Don't invest in anything that doesn't provide a regular income If one of your financial goals is to have enough passive income from your investment portfolio to replace the income that you earn from the work that you do, or the business that you run, then you don't want to be including assets in your portfolio that don't earn you any income. Investments that generate income typically provide that income in the form of either interest, rent or dividends. If you want to create and grow a passive income stream then it is rental income and dividend income that you should focus on building, by purchasing either property or shares (or both). The reason for focusing on property or shares is that the income from these assets, the rent or dividends, usually grows over time. Rents go up over time with inflation and the cost of living, giving you the investor a higher and higher income with each rent increase. Dividends go up over time as companies grow their profits and then distribute those higher profits to shareholders by paying higher dividends. By purchasing good quality assets that provide a growing passive income it is only a matter of time before that income grows to be enough to replace the income that you earn. 2. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is You have probably heard the saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is". This is especially true when it comes to investing. There are lots of examples of companies that have promised 9% per annum interest, 12% per annum, I've even seen some as high as 15% per annum. This sounds like a really great return, and it is, but it comes with a very high level of risk. Many companies have gone broke offering interest rates and returns this high, and the results are devastating: investors end up losing a lot of money. 3. Complicated products or investments Another area to be cautious of are products or investments that are difficult to understand. If you need a finance degree just to figure out how the product or investment is going to work, it would be a good idea to look elsewhere for investment opportunities. These products can be highly leveraged. They can involve derivatives which have the potential to increase risk, and be based on a range of complex and volatile trading strategies. Because of the high-risk nature of the type of investments and strategies used in these products, they are often at risk to losing money should there be a rapid change in the economy or investment markets. An example of this type of investment was the hedge fund Long Term Capital Management. The fund was very highly leveraged and used a range of strategies that for a few years worked well and generated high returns. However this was short lived, and as soon as there was a change in the direction of investment markets the strategies no longer worked and a lot of money was lost in a very short space of time. Ultimately, the fund lost billions of dollars and required a bailout. There are many other investment options that provide a good return and outcome for investors and don't require the investor take on these high levels of risk. 3 Questions You Should Ask Before Investing I would encourage you to carefully consider whether the investments that you purchase meet these criteria by asking the following questions: 1. Does it pay a regular income? 2. Does it sound too good to be true? 3. Is it overly complicated and difficult to understand? These three simple questions will help you build a successful investment portfolio by identifying investments that you should NOT purchase which is just as important as considering what you should purchase.
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Current return on investment on apple varieties: 2013 WA Hort Show
Current return on investment on apple varieties, Karina Gallardo, WSU assistant professor of economic sciences and research. An interview with Good Fruit Grower at the Washington State Hort Show in Wenatchee in December 2013.
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Shafik Hirani - Higher Returns on Investment (Alberta Primetime Interview)
March 19, 2012 Alberta Primetime Interview with Shafik Hirani, Division Director at Investors Group. You can make higher returns on your investment portfolio in this market. We ask our Money Panel how.
Public Health Return On Investment
Making sure your smoke detectors and extinguishers are in working order will prevent injuries and save lives. A safe environment at home and in the community is important for our health. Public health is a good return on investment.
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Public Health Return On Investment
Education and public health are good returns on investment in a community. The academic success o Pueblo's youth is strongly linked with their health.
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High Return On Investment Franchises
As hard as it is to believe, many people who buy into a franchise do it without evaluating the single biggest factor in predicting whether their venture will be a success -- High ROI. http://buyabusinesstoday.com/blue-stone-options.htm
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Return on Investment
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How to Understand Return On Investment ( ROI ) ?
http://djellala.net Email [email protected] How to Understand Return On Investment ( ROI ) ? When you buy a stock and then sell it you try to see what is your profit. This is mainly done by percentage. Well please be advised that the real return on investment may include the brokerage firm commission and fees. Moreover you should include inflation percentage. Then at last you should include the tax on your profit. When you subtract all that. What is left is your real return on investment. Thanks for watching If you are looking seriously to become a swing successful trader, you are in the right channel. This channel is devoted to all traders who want to learn trading with simple and easy strategies. There is no indicators and no moving averages here. All what you do is follow the uptrends in stocks. As usual if you have any questions or inquiries about any information in our channel or our training, let us know by writing to [email protected] or commenting here on the videos. Please go ahead and click any link you want to know more. Free Training https://gumroad.com/l/PYkDh/freetraining Subscription Membership https://gumroad.com/l/EcqeL Training Levels by Videos Training Level 1 Djellala Swing Trading Strategies Basics https://gumroad.com/l/qDRM/march2016 Training Level 2 How to Search for Stocks Using Stock Screener https://gumroad.com/l/Eyjykz/march2016 Training Level 3 How to Search fro Stocks Using Industries https://gumroad.com/l/UFztD/march2016 Training Level 4 How to Select Stocks? https://gumroad.com/l/gMZbf/march2016 Training Level 5 How to Make Money from Stock? The Magic Formula https://gumroad.com/l/iWXI/march2016 Training Level 6 How to Protect your Trades Using a Stop Loss? https://gumroad.com/l/RcZZ/march2016 Training Level 7 How to Follow an Uptrend and Exit on Time? https://gumroad.com/l/tKjgH/march2016 Training Level 8 How to minimize risk and maximize profits? https://gumroad.com/l/PvAn/march2016 Training Level 9 Exceptions to the Trading Rules https://gumroad.com/l/eYigU/march2016 Training Level 10 How to Trade Penny Stocks the Right Way? https://gumroad.com/l/IcvKS/march2016 Training Level 11 How to Sell Short a Stock? https://gumroad.com/l/kgFTK/march2016 Training Level 12 How to Day Trade Using Candlesticks and the Chart? https://gumroad.com/l/Uxfm/march2016 Training Level 13 How to Buy from the Support Line? https://gumroad.com/l/Ieez/march2016 Training Level 14 How to Trade Call and Put Options? https://gumroad.com/l/BnsxS/march2016 Training Level 15 Trade Less than a Week Using Candlesticks https://gumroad.com/l/cTyy/march2016 Training Level 16 How to Invest Using Dividend? https://gumroad.com/l/eWbAH/march2016 Training Course and Lessons http://www.djellala.net/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/makemoneytradingstocksfanpage twitter https://twitter.com/istockmoney VISIT OUR WEBSITE http://makemoneytradingstocks.net/
Real Estate Investing Terms Part 2 - Internal Rate of Return (IRR) & Net Present Value (NPV)
For an experienced SF Bay Area real estate agent visit http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea Thumbs up, favorite, share, subscribe and make a comment! Welcome to part two of my investing terms video. We're going to continue off of the same scenario we were speaking of in my "Investing Terms Part 1" video, which discussed NOI, Cap Rate and Cash on Cash. As a refresher of what the details were in regards to the property, we were looking at a $2m income property that made $150k NOI. We figured the cap rate was 7.5%, and that if we used leverage our cash on cash return jumped up to 8.775%. Now, we're going to get into the two more complex formulas. The first one we're going to go over is called Internal Rate of Return, or IRR. The second is called Net present value, or NPV. Both of these can correlate with each other quite often, but let's take them on one by one. First, the IRR concept. IRR basically is looking at the investment OVERALL, from START to FINISH -- and the key word there is FINISH because there must be an exit strategy -- and determining how what percentage you made. So let's take a look at our property. $2M to buy it cash, $150k for 3 years, and then at the end of the 3rd year a huge bonus of $4M. Using IRR we've made 32.10%. As I explained our money has made 32.10% every year from start to finish...again, the key word there is finish. Which brings us finally to the Net Present Value, or NPV. Net Present Value means to convert all the future cash flows into today's dollars. Which even for me is still a bit of a confusing way to understand it. Let's go back to the bank we just left. Here you are sitting at a table with a good investor friend of yours. You tell your friend all the details of what just happened the last 3 years. How you gave the bank $2M and they gave you back $150k every year for 3 years...then how after 3 years you went to go take your $2M out and instead they gave you $4M. You're good investor friend explains everything about the Internal Rate of Return and basically how much money you just made year after year. While you guys are talking, he or she asks you...how much were you okay with making??? Kind of an odd question, but a valid one. As an investor, you have to know how much you are comfortable with making. This is discussed more in my "Determining Net Present Value" video. For the sake of argument, let's say you tell your friend you were more than comfortable making 20%, and that over 32% was great, but MUCH higher than you expected. What you can now do is determine the Net Present Value. In other words, if you could go back in time and see what you would make per year and when you took your money out, how much *COULD* you have paid in the BEGINNING and still have made that 20%? Well, let's look at our property in the same fashion. Making $150k/year and you make $4M at the end of 3 years, how much more could you have paid to still make a 20% IRR? After plugging in a few numbers, the amount it $630,787. In other words, if you pay the original $2M, PLUS the additional $630,787, you're new IRR will be 20%...right at the percentage you were comfortable with... Now at this point you may be asking why you would need this information?? Let's say you are looking at a property and there are a lot of interested buyers and of course multiple offers. Obviously there can only be one buyer. By knowing your desired NPV and plugging it in your formula you can see how high would be your maximum to where you would still make your desired return. This works in the opposite manner. If you're looking at this same property and your NPV target was 35%, you would be finding out how much LESS you had to pay for the property. Remember that if you're looking for a quick judgment snapshot, think of IRV for your cap rate formula. If you're looking to hold a property for a while and what to figure out what your making after all expenses -- even if you have a loan, use your cash on cash formula. If want to know the true value of your investment from start to finish, think internal rate of return. And if you're trying to find out the difference of what you need to accomplish to hit that target IRR, think of the Net Present Value. Of course, there's a few more formulas out there in the investment world, but when it comes to income property, these will definitely give you a leg up in determining what your investment is really worth...now that's good to know. Contact Davide Pio Today | SF Bay Area Real Estate http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com | 510-815-2000
How You Can Get the Highest Return on Investment Part 1
http://christurley.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-you-can-get-highest-return-on.html Over the past 12 months, prices have steadily increased. Many homeowners are taking the time now to start their home improvement projects. Watch my latest video to find which projects can get you the highest investment return! The Chris Turley Sales Group Centre County, PA Phone: (814) 234-4000 Cell Phone: (814) 880-2308 [email protected]
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Calculate the Return on Your MBA Investment
What the return or value that you will get from the MBA and is it worth the costs? Visit DiversityMBAPrep.com: http:--www.diversitymbaprep.com-join-the-diversitymbaprepcom-community-article=55 Wondering if getting an MBA is worth the cost? Learn how to calculate your MBA Return on Investment to find out.
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EMBA-Global Asia: Return on investment and career impact | London Business School
EMBA-Global Asia students discuss their return on investment and career impact. Specifically conceived for globally minded Executives and Managers who are looking to add value by investing in a world-class Executive Education, the EMBA-Global Asia programme provides deeper understanding of Western and Eastern business practices to deliver the global perspectives and network that a successful global career demands. Learn more: http://www.emba-global.com Subscribe to more London Business School videos: http://bit.ly/lbsyoutube
Mutual Funds and Investment Trusts
Funds pool money put in by lots of different people, and invest the money to give those people a return. Different types of funds invest in different asset classes. Most funds will try to hold a wide variety of investments in their portfolios, so that they avoid having too much exposure to any single investments.
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Renovations:  Expected Return on Investment
This video is about expected Renovation Return on Investment. http://www.brucedougall.com 250-870-3193 Bruce Dougall RE/MAX Kelowna
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Money Investment Tips - Professor Savings
professorsavings.com (http://www.professorsavings.com) a simple way to learn finance on youtube. Money Investment Tips The objective of investment requires patience and a good knowledge of the different investment schemes. -- money investment tips thus come handy. There are several options to invest the hard earned money and get good returns. The golden rule for investing is to invest in different schemes depending upon the amount of risk that can be taken, the amount of money available and the time given for the deposit to grow. This separation balances the risk and also prevents large amount at one place. Money Investment Tips: Options For Investment  Equity Shares is the most popular asset where people put their money because there is high return on investment, but there is a large amount of risk involved in it. Equity shares are directly connected with the profit to the company of which the shares are bought. These shares can be worthwhile for the youngsters but those nearing retirement are at a higher risk.  Bonds, Savings Account, Mutual Funds—Bonds are securities sold by government and private companies, where the issuer has to pay the lender. It provides a lesser return and hence is at less risk. Savings account in the bank also is at less risk only a part of the wealth is invested.  Real Estate is also a good area for investment as it provides stability, but it takes a lot of time for the amount to grow.  Gold and Silver Investing in gold and silver is also getting popular these days. Gold is considered to be the safe portfolio in times of inflation as there are no chances of its price falling.  Stock market is another popular investment area for the adventurous people with an open mind; it can be a thrilling journey. The atmosphere in the stock trade is constantly changing; it is never monotonous and stagnant... If one is prepared for all adventures they can take the step of faith. The meaning of life will change for them.  Life insurance policies are also a good area for investment. The benefits of some low premium insurance policies offer a decent coverage and financial protection for the family. Term life insurance policy is a simple policy. It is observed that the most advisable investment strategy is to invest most of the portfolios. There are several other options, and hence it is essential to enter into any investment after proper guidance from genuine financial experts. Thanks for watching. Please help us grow. Please "like" our video + Subscribe (http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=professorsavings) Professor Savings Channel (http://www.youtube.com/professorsavings) Connect with us Google Plus: (https://plus.google.com/b/111761695877231541096/111761695877231541096/posts) Facebook: (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Professorsavings/150840195112270) Twitter: (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSaving) Google + : (http://plus.google.com/b/111761695877231541096/111761695877231541096/posts) Tumbler: (http://professorsavings.tumblr.com/) Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/professorsaving/) KEYWORDS professor savings professor saving all stock videos shares tips videos finance 101 lecture personal business smart beginner dummies basic learn 2013 ETF walmart money card profit clicking american funds mortgage rates pay down mortgage dividend stocks buy shares stock stock shares isa buy shares house rent owner orchard bank online payment mortgage rates pay down chase online my accounts today coupon mom today gold rate wells fargo jpmorgan chase capital one bank of america express citibank citi bank visa books blogs business ecommerce internet internet-tools multimedia self-improvement video videos blogging blog finance life money online mobile learning free cheap money cash Other Finance Youtube Channels eHow Finance Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/ehowfinance Bloomberg Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Bloombeg Kiplinger Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/kiplinger CBS Money Watch: http://www.youtube.com/user/moneywach Disclaimer: Professorsavings.com makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.
Cover Story: Guaranteed Return Investment Still Exist
www.abndigital.com Do you remember the good old days when banks were there to help you save money? While interest rates continue to be stuck at historic lows, Finweek went out to find out whether there were any traditional savings vehicles that financial advisors would recommend that still carry the title of "Guaranteed return" products. For more on these recommendations ABN'S Samantha Loring is joined by Craig Cradidge, Director of Investments at GM Investments and Graham Wood, Senior Financial Advisor at Old Mutual.
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UniversityNow: Investment Analysis Course Cover
Why invest money? The answer is simple. People invest money because they wish to have even more money at some point in the future and believe that investing will provide an acceptable return on the invested capital through interest, dividends, or capital growth. If investors did not believe that investing would provide an acceptable return, they might place their money under their mattress, in a cookie jar, or in a savings account instead. Investors are able to choose from a variety of investment types such as common stock, preferred stock, bonds, mutual funds, properties, options, and futures. Each investment form carries its own advantages and disadvantages. While the investment vehicle provides the potential for future returns, it is also accompanied by inherent risk of loss. As portfolio managers are making decisions, they must evaluate the relationship between risk and return and determine the levels that are acceptable and desirable given an investor's circumstances and goals. Therefore, risk assessment and management often include the utilization of risk minimization techniques such as hedging with futures, options, and other derivatives. For stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments traded on the open market, trading prices are readily available. However, in theory, investors want to purchase investments that are currently undervalued on the open market, while selling investments that are overvalued. Consequently, financial analysts and portfolio managers use a range of techniques such as capital asset pricing models, dividend discount models, financial ratio analysis, and technical analysis to assess the fair value of investments and evaluate portfolio performance.
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Digital Marketing Return on Investment Optimization
Digital Marketing ROI "Return On Investment" Optimization is about making more Revenue. Lucky for you! Digital Marketing ROI specializes in Next Generation Digital Business Development Solutions, to automate clients customer acquisitions, sales and retention using Advanced Proprietary ROI Technologies! If you are already getting lots of visitors to your site good for you! How many are actually converting into a Lead or a customer? Are you getting optimum conversions? Contact us today!
Discover How to Invest For Safe High Returns by Bray Investment Strategies
Discover How to Invest For Safe High Returns by Bray Investment Strategies
GTA 5 - Stock Market Exploits and Tips
Playing the stock market in Grand Theft Auto 5 can be confusing, infuriating and incredibly profitable. IGN takes a look at the best - and worst - ways to earn big by investing fake money in fictional companies in GTA 5.
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How Live Chat Can Give You The Best Return Of Investment
Do you have Live Chat on your website? Are you spending a lot of time and effort to make sure your website comes up high on the Google search engine rankings? Or do you have Google keyword ads that your paying for to direct traffic to your website? If you don’t have proactive chat on your website, then you’re simply not getting the best return of investment for the time and effort you’re spending for your website or for the way which you’re directing visitors to your website. In my company, one of my brands, we’re actually getting 7-9 quality engagements per day in Live Chat and out of those, we’re closing 3 sales per day everyday of the week. So industry statistics show that you can actually generate 10 times more revenue from your website by actually having Live Chat. So please fill out this email form on our page. Or call us and we’ll be sure to give you a little bit more information about how does this service works and how we can help leverage the number of visitors you get from your website and turn them into qualified leads. Thank you.
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The Problem with Mutual Funds - Rate of returns
New Phone #: (855) 702-7702. Visit our new website: www.770account.com for real examples/illustrations. The problem with mutual funds. Understanding how rate of return actually works
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6 Steps To Building A Successful Investment Portfolio
http://www.smartfinancialadvice.com.au/where-should-you-invest-your-money/ 6 Steps To Building A Successful Investment Portfolio Investing can be confusing. There is a seemingly endless array of investment options available, and new ones being introduced all the time. So how do you choose what to invest in? And how do you build an effective investment plan to safely and systematically build long-term wealth? Let's have a look at a list of some of the things you can invest in: • Cash in the bank • Government bonds • Overseas bonds • Corporate bonds • Australian shares • Overseas shares • Large cap shares • Growth shares • Income shares • Value shares • Resources shares • Industrial shares • Contracts for difference • Warrants • Options • Exchange traded funds • Listed investment companies • Separately managed accounts • Wrap accounts • Direct shares • Managed funds • Index funds • Active funds • Residential property • Commercial property • Property development • Gold • Silver • Commodities • Wine • Vintage cars • Art • Other collectibles • Forex trading • Share trading • Futures trading And the list just goes on and on and on... With such a long list of different types of investments it can become very confusing. How do you compare them all, research them, analyse them and pick which ones to include as part of your investment portfolio? And how do you get an excellent financial outcome while managing and minimising the level of risk? When we start to look closer at all of the investment options available we can begin to see that there are really four main categories or areas that we can allocate money to when thinking about what investments to purchase. These include: • Cash • Fixed Interest • Property • Shares This makes it a lot easier to start to make some decisions about where to invest, because instead of looking at hundreds of options we can now just focus on these four key areas. What we can then do is decide whether or not we want to include those investment options in our investment portfolio. Do you want to include all four areas or just some of those areas? The next thing to consider is how much you are going to allocate to each area. If you have chosen just one area to invest in this decision is very easy, you allocate all of your money to that investment option. If you are investing in more than one area you can allocate a portion of your money to each of your chosen investment options. Once you've decided which areas you want to invest in and how much you'll allocate to each area you can then think about how you'll invest in each area. There are really only two ways to make money from investing, you either get a return from the income you receive (such as interest, rent or dividends) or you get a return from capital growth (the increase in value of the investment between the time you buy it and the time you sell it). By choosing the type of return you want -- either income or capital growth -- that will guide you towards the specific investments to purchase. For example some shares pay higher dividends than others so if you are including shares in your investment portfolio and you want income from your shares you would be looking for shares that pay a good dividend. So to summarise, the way to simplify your decisions about where to invest is to: 1. Start with a list of all of the available investment options 2. Categorise those into key areas -- cash, fixed interest, property, shares 3. Decide which areas you want to include in your portfolio 4. Work out how much of money you will allocate to each area 5. Choose the type of return you want -- income or capital growth 6. Purchase investments in the areas you have chosen that provide the type of return you want If you'd like to talk to us further about this I'd encourage you to get in contact with us. If you've just got a quick question our contact details are on our website at www.smartfinancialadvice.com.au. If you'd like to discuss your particular situation and financial goals in more detail you can book in for a free 45 minute review session, you can find out more about these review sessions on our website at www.smartfinancialadvice.com.au/review. Disclaimer: This is general information only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Therefore, before relying on this information, you should consider your own personal circumstances and seek professional advice.
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Smart Money- How To Invest Lump-Sum & Increase Its Value?
Need advice on how to invest a lump-sum? How to increase the value of a lump-sum in few years? Mint Money's Monika Halan and Bloomberg TV India's Vivek Law answer queries on money management and good investment practices. www.btvin.com
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Cash On Cash Return Explained
This Video is the second out of three within our "understanding returns on investment" trilogy. In chapter two Hadar Orkibi shares his simple return on an investment calculating formula. This video explains Cash On Cash return on investment. http://www.PropertyGenie.co.nz
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