If he sells 100 furbys to her and she pays 40 for each he will make 4000

If he sells 100 furbys to her and she pays 40 for

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If he sells 100 furbys to her and she pays 40$ for each he will make 4,000. (100*40=$4,000) additionally interest rates for option A would be $4000/(1+0.06%)= $3773.58 If he was to choose option B he would only make half of that and wouldn’t collect much interest on it. For option B if she was to pay for 80 Furby toys he would receive 2800 for the dolls (80*35=$2800) 5. At the height of the craze, Furby toys are doing so well that you consider investing in Hasbro (the company that makes Furby toys). Explain in your own words the difference between stocks and bonds and how the prices of each are determined. Stocks are a percentage of the company that a organization makes public for anyone to take part of. The prices of a stock is determined on how good or bad a company is doing. Bonds are like a loan to the company that collects interest. Bond prices depends on certain percentages. (Khan Academy,2018) © Copyright 2015 College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. All rights reserved.
Apply Economic Theories, Furby Mania Supply and Demand Worksheet References Khan Academy. (2018). Bonds vs. Stocks. Retrieved from: - intro-tutorial/v/bonds-vs-stocks Khan Academy. (2018). Market Equilibrium. Retrieved from: librium/market-equilibrium-tutorial/v/market-equilibrium The Saylor Foundation. (n.d). Principles of Economics: Supply and Demand. Retrieved from: © Copyright 2015 College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. All rights reserved.

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