Capital growth is defined as the increase in the value of assets over a period of time. It is measured as per the current value of the asset under consideration as compared to the original investment. It is one of the primary reason for investment by most investors. It can be categorised as moderate growth ..
A Balance Sheet is a financial statement of any company or is the summary of its assets and liabilities, equity capital, total debt, etc. at a specific point in time. It reflects the financial health of a firm and gives appropriate knowledge to the investors about what is owned and owed by the firm along ..
Asset Turnover Ratio is a vital determinant of performance of any company and is basically the ratio of company’s sales or revenues and the value of its assets. It is used to gauge the efficiency of use of a company’s assets in the generation of revenue. Higher ratios are a symbol of good health as ..
Asset Allocation is a strategy to invest in which investors or portfolio managers try to balance risks and rewards by making a suitable adjustment of the percentage of the amount which is invested in an asset or portfolio. This usually varies with the risk tolerance of the investor, his long-term goals and also time frame ..