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The individualities of studying the company when purchasing bonds

?How does the study of a money company differ from developers?A detailed review was prepared in Yango ❓ Which company is in front of you? Is it a manufacturer of agricultural products with an operational case, microcredit company "RogaVBega" – financial company or coastal construction company – development company? Operating company: these are the dynamics of revenue and EBITDA, debt / EBITDA, ROE and ROIC About the revenue for you everything is clear, let it grow for itself with each period. ? EBITDA is the main indicator for the operating company, which reads, what currency flow does the business earn, in other words, how is this company operationally productive?. By EBITDA, financiers can judge, is the issuer able to return the investments invested in it?. EBITDA should normally be positive. ? Debt/EBITDA up to 2–2.5 is the best, if more 4, it's worth puzzling. I begin to consider additionally already with 3x. ? ROE (Return on Equity) - the main indicator for business owners. The higher the ROE, the higher the productivity, with which the funds of the owners of shares work in the company. Однако для

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Missed a chance to earn. What is FOMO: theory and practice

“But I would buy Sberbank shares at 200 rub. in the end 2020 G. and would have sold in May by 320 rub., I would go on vacation ". Why didn't I buy Virgin Galactic at $15?"" A classmate managed to make money on the crypt ". If at least once you had such thoughts, quite possible, you suffered from loss of profit syndrome.

Missed a chance to earn. What's like FOMO: theory and practice

“But I would buy shares of the Savings Bank at 200 rub. in the end 2020 G. and would have sold in May by 320 rub., I would go on vacation ". Why didn't I buy Virgin Galactic at $15?"" A classmate managed to make money on the crypt ". If at least once you have such thoughts, there is a possibility, you suffered from lost profit syndrome.

How protected are banks and exchanges from cyberattacks?: Statistics and expert opinions

The security issue in the financial sector has been discussed many times from different angles. Payment and banking systems are vulnerable. While financial institutions are building protection systems, using more and more sophisticated technologies, scammers learn to bypass them. But what is the situation really? Who took the lead today in the confrontation between security experts of financial companies and hackers? Statistics will help us answer this question., supported by expert opinions.

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