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Index Funds are Your Friend - Every stock market or stock exchange offers indexed funds and these index funds are more beneficial to you as a new investor as they...

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Permanent Financing

Permanent Financing - When a need arises for a company or individual to purchase or develop something that is not expected to be sold in the next fiscal year, such as office furniture or manufacturing equipment, this is called a long term fixed asset. Often short term financing is required to purchase or develop this asset. Once the asset is constructed or obtained, a long term loan or mortgage is used or a bond is issued to repay the short term financing.  The purpose of this kind of financing is to improve the overall equity of a company or individual in that their over all assets would be greater than their overall liabilities within a given period of time.

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Proof Of Concept – (Proof-of-concept) Referring to the types and applicability, reliability or evidence, verification, confirmation and corroboration, even substantiation, or resilience of data, fact etc. Also called POC, showing its usefulness and applications, features and possibilities, allowing to an extent no to low risk exposure and exploration, prospecting if...

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