Become a price puritan. The only reason for price to exist and change is because of Supply and Demand. Where there are more buyers with reasons to buy than sellers with reasons to sell, price must rise. If there are more sellers with reasons to sell than buyers have reasons to buy, price must fall. If buyers and sellers have equal reasons or none to engage each other, price remains unchanged. Pure price trading techniques are true to this inescapable economic law.
It’s also important to see how the company uses that cash. Digging into the cash flow examples to find out where the money’s going can shed light on management’s strategy and give you additional insight into the company’s future. Is it building aggressively for the future by opening new stores or building new manufacturing facilities? Is it buying other firms, paying off debt, building up cash reserves, buying back stock, or paying dividends?
In closing, rehabbing houses can offer a huge return, but also be a lot of work. You might make money, you might loose money. I offer a Mastery Fast Track Program for serious investors that offer a full rehabbing system and unlimited support throughout the process. You will more than make up for the cost with the money you save on the very first rehab. It’s critical to have a highly experienced partner on your side that can walk you through the process, that you can lean on anytime.
Corporations operate in much the same manner. First, like a paycheck, they generate cash from operating the business. This is called Operating Cash flow (OCF). From this, they subtract their Capital Expenditures. Capital expenditures are expenses for capital equipment and other physical property, like real estate. What’s left over is their free cash flow.
Depending on the country and even the state in which you buy your property, a significant amount of your money may be spent on purchasing fees. In Germany, for example, you may pay up to an additional 20%-25% of your house purchase price in fees and other charges. Knowing how much it will cost to purchase your income property will help ensure its profitability.
There is a new consolidation program available to students that will last until the end of June. It allows you to lower your interest rate by 0.25% for consolidating, as well as another 0.25% if you choose to make automatic payments each month. This is a great way to lower your total costs even if it is only 0.25% – 0.50%. Every little bit helps, especially with larger loan balances.
We all know that customers that don’t pay are simply taking money from your pocket and putting it into their own bank account. The best is to have no credit policy, and even collect cash in advance.