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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview When evaluating a company’s financial strength, one of the most important factors is how much debt a company has taken on. However, you can’t evaluate a company based on the absolute value of its debt, as larger companies with higher earnings and/or more assets can afford...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview You might have heard talk in recent years about the threat of certain Chinese companies like Alibaba and Baidu being delisted from the US stock exchange. In this article, we go over what a delisting is, the circumstances under which it can occur, and what delisting...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Assuming you’ve found a company that you believe to be fundamentally good and want to invest in, the next question you’re likely to ask yourself is when to buy that company’s stock. That’s what we’ll be covering in this article.  Buy it When it’s Fairly or...
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By William Cao. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar Taking a Step Back into History If you have been on the internet throughout the last decade, then you have probably heard of the Doge meme – the iconic Shibe filled with comic sans and broken modifiers as it expresses its many phrases like “much wow” or “so...
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By William Cao. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview  In this article, two financial concepts named Tax Deductions and Refunds will be dissected and written into a more simplistic and concise manner. It is crucial for one to learn and familiarize themselves with the knowledge behind these two processes due to the many applications U.S. citizens...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Facebook needs no introduction, it is the largest social media company in the world, owning 4 of the 5 most popular social media platforms worldwide. As of 10/16/21, it has a market cap of 913B, making it the 6th most valuable company in the world.  It...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview The Market Wizards is a classic trading book written by Jack D. Schwager and published back in 1989. It features a series of interviews that takes you through the minds of the 16 greatest traders in the world. In this article, we summarize some of the...
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By Aidan Hackett. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Game theory is, according to Investopedia, “a theoretical framework for conceiving social situations among competing players”. Basically, what this means is analysing what one person should do, assuming they are rational and acting in their own self-interest, contingent upon what other people are going to do. Before its...
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By Aidan Hackett. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview In stark opposition to the ideas of Keynes, demand side theorists, large government advocates, and those pushing for higher tax rates, supply side economic theory posits lower taxes, more business freedom, and incentivising growth through production, investment and saving, rather than just “spend, spend, spend”.  As Keynesian...
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By Aidan Hackett. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Bonds are instruments of debt. Companies use bonds as a way to raise capital without diluting shareholders equity. To a business, a bond is a gamble that a certain project will yield enough return to pay back investors, and for investors, bonds are a tool to limit...
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