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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/30/11 Non-Marketable Financial Assets Group 6 Abhishek Mishra Ahsan Usmani Akankhit Das Amit Kumar Amrita Agarwala Ankit Singhal Ashish Kumar Ayush Ghade Radhika Chhapadia
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5/30/11 What is a Financial asset? A financial asset is an intangible representation of the monetary value of a physical item. It obtains its monetary value from a contractual agreement of what it represents. A financial asset is a document that has no fundamental value in of itself until it is converted to cash. Common types of financial assets include certificates, bonds, stocks, and bank deposits. What is a Non-Marketable Financial asset? A portion of financial assets of individual investor that represent personal transaction between the investor and the issuer. For e.g. :- When a person desires to open a savings bank account at a bank, then he or she needs to deal directly with the bank personally. In contrast when you buy equity shares in the stock market you do not know who the seller is and you do not care. The important non-marketable financial assets held by investors are briefly described below.
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5/30/11 Types of Non Marketable financial assets Bank Deposit Perhaps the simplest of investment avenues, by opening a bank account and depositing money in it one can make a bank deposit. There are various kinds of bank accounts: current
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Ke during the Spring '11 term at Lethbridge College.

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