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Profits, Interest, and Investment5.pdf. And Other Essays on the Theory of Industrial Fluctuations. The essays collected in this volume are a selection from the various attempts made to develop the outline of a theory of industrial fluctuations contained in two of Hayek's books on Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle and Prices and Production. N An investment philosophy is a coherent way of thinking about markets, how they work (and sometimes do not) and the types of mistakes that you believe consistently underlie investor behavior. N An investment strategy is much narrower. It is a way of putting into practice an investment philosophy. N For lack of a better term, an investment. The extent and depth of coverage, the level of difficulty, and the philosophy of addressing the issues. Over the last several decades there has been an outcry that theory-oriented analytical subjects, such as finance, should make way for more important, newly emerging subjects such as leadership.

  1. Our aim in this book is to provide a brief overview of three aspects of investment: the various options available to an investor in financial instruments, the tools used in modern finance to optimally manage the financial portfolio and lastly the professional asset management industry as it exists today.
  2. Different economists have different viewpoints on eco-nomics. Some economists had a viewpoint that economics is a study of money, while others believed that economics deals with problems, such as inflation and unemployment. Therefore, to simplify the con-cept, economics is defined by taking four viewpoints, which are listed in.
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  1. Investment
    1. Introduction to investment
    2. Conclusion
  2. Investment assumptions
    1. Introduction
    2. Time of investment and start of business
    3. Cash earnings
    4. Cash investments
    5. Taxes
    6. Interest amounts
    7. Relevant amounts
    8. None committed amounts
    9. Opportunity amounts
    10. Marginal amounts
    11. Discount rate
    12. Investment horizon
  3. Investment evaluation methods
    1. The Net Present Value Method
    2. Internal Rate of Return Method
    3. The Annuity Method
    4. The Pay-Back Method
  4. Investment motives
    1. Investment in additional capacity
    2. Investment in a new project
    3. Rationalization investments
  5. Critical values in investments
  6. Choosing between investment evaluation methods
  7. Investments and taxation
    1. Introduction
    2. General assumptions on taxes
  8. Investment and inflation
    1. Introduction
    2. Investment including inflation – one inflation rate
    3. Investment including inflation – multiple inflation rates
  9. Investment and working capital
    1. Introduction
    2. Including working capital in investment evaluations
  10. Replacement of investments
    1. Introduction
    2. The no-replacement situation
    3. The identical replacement situation
    4. Replacement of old technology with new technology
  11. What to include in real life?
  12. Financing
    1. Introduction
    2. Equity financing
    3. Debt financing
  13. Financing considerations
    1. Introduction
    2. Business environment
    3. Loan terms
  14. Amortization of loans
    1. Introduction
    2. Standing loan (bullet loan)
    3. Serial loan
    4. Annuity loan
  15. Evaluation of loans
    1. Introduction
    2. Evaluation of a standing loan (bullet loan)
    3. Evaluation of a serial loan
    4. Evaluation of an annuity loan
    5. Evaluation loans – overview
  16. Evaluation of other credit
    1. Introduction
    2. Overdraft accounts (non-scheduled amortization)
    3. Trade creditors
  17. Financial planning
    1. Introduction
    2. Finding the right financing package
    3. Evaluation of cost of the financial package