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1. Forecasting Common Stock Return on Investment   (5  Pages, 59.75 $ (USD) )
A 5 page paper discussing indicators to monitor to reduce investment risk. An old rule of investing that still holds true is not to invest more than you can afford to lose. While it is highly unlikely that IBM or Yahoo stock will crash any time soon, stock performance can never be assured. There are indicators that can be used to make best guesses as to the soundness of investments, and many of the best brokers are masters at reading those indicators to their best advantage. The investor's wisest move is to assess the company's historic performance, the state of the company's industry and the state of the general economy in judging the relative risk of any single stock. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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2008, 14 Pages, 2439 Words, 35 $ (USD)
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3. Comparing Market Indicators   (12  Pages, 143.4 $ (USD) )
A 12 page paper discussing three market indicators. The Consumer Confidence Index and the Purchasing Managers’ Index are two market indicators on which many investment analysts rely. Consumer confidence reflects consumers’ attitudes for the present and short-term future; purchasing managers’ index is a leading indicator of what can be expected from the manufacturing sector over the next several months. The “contrarian index” is not a set index at all, but rather consists of a set of dynamic indicators that can vary with any investor’s specific interest to allow the investor to locate undervalued stocks that carry promise of growth over the long term. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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4. Two Year Forecast of Indicators Affecting the Housing Industry, using ecomomic indicators: The real gross domestic product rate (GDP), unemployment rate, inflation rate, the CPI (consumer price index), PPI (producer price index), & housing starts...
2008, 9 Pages, 1711 Words, 11 Sources, 30 $ (USD)
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5. The U.S. Economy During The Nineties   (5  Pages, 59.75 $ (USD) )
A variety of economic indicators are reviewed in this 5 page overview that looks at the years between 1990 and 1998. A look at the past explains how the nineties economy came to be and, more importantly, how the various indicators are used to assess its health. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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6. Valuation of Technology Stocks   (30  Pages, 358.5 $ (USD) )
This 30 page paper provides an overview of indicators used to determine whether or not technology stocks have been correctly valued. In addition, buy and sell signals are explored in the context of the technical analyst’s job. Other indicators are discussed in detail, such as the beta factor and overall market conditions are explored for the years between 1997 and 1999, with an emphasis on the latter. Fifteen technology stocks are named and specific information is provided for each, including annual high and low figures, beta, P/E ratio and more. Each stock is analyzed in context of the market. Bibliography lists 29 sources.
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7. Macroeconomics in the Early 1980s   (5  Pages, 59.75 $ (USD) )
A 5 page paper discussing how the Office of the Economic Czar of the US should set fiscal policy for the years of 1982 and 1983, and the reasons for the choices made. Those choices of the OEC follow the reasoning of Reaganomics, which was that business generates the wealth of the nation and hires its people to support business activity. If business is encouraged to grow, then the high unemployment of 1982 and 1983 should finally begin to fall, along with the rate of inflation. Both indicators did indeed fall, but the paper discusses what the fictional OEC should do between 1982 and 1983 to further encourage still-troublesome indicators yet not abandon the fiscal policy it had set for the nation prior to 1982. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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8. The American Economy   (8  Pages, 95.6 $ (USD) )
This 8 page paper takes a look at the overall economy in the U.S. and compares it with the 1987 year. Several economic indicators are discussed including GDP, the unemployment rate and inflation. Statistical charts display quarterly and annual figures for some indicators. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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9. Bob Evans Farms, Inc.   (4  Pages, 47.8 $ (USD) )
A 4 page paper discussing current conditions at this restaurant operating company; examining economic indicators; and discussing the relative value of economic indicators for business planning. Bob Evans operates in the pure competition market structure, and as such, has the ability to affect only itself and its own results. The paper concludes that economic forecasts can provide a “best guess” for future conditions, but as no one knows precisely what the future holds, they cannot be expected to be totally accurate. Bob Evans’ best course of action is to turn its attention to product, price and promotion, three of the 4 Ps of marketing. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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10. Performance Indicators in UK Higher Education   (10  Pages, 119.5 $ (USD) )
This 10 page paper examines the different performance indicators (PI's) that are used to assess the performance of universities and other higher education establishments in the UK. The writer explains what indicators are used, how they are used and suggests some alterative measures. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
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