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A Business Investment: A Portrait of Financial Security ] BUS 401 Principles of Finance Instructor Dawn McKinley March 8, 2010
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Introduction The scope of financial management encompasses a vast amount of complexities in order for an organization to create and maintain shareholder wealth. To maximize this wealth, in conjunction with maximizing profits, management must formulate goals and calculate investments based on market standings and risk assessment levels that will potentially contribute to this maximization. To do so, an organization must first calculate the investment’s expected return and then determine the level of risk the investment entails; they then must weigh the level of risk against the expected return based on principles that form the foundation of financial management to determine if an investment will contribute to raising shareholder wealth.
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Before an organization is able create investment opportunities, an understanding of the principles in which the foundation of finance is built must be understood. They play an important
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