Investment Decision

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Investment Decision

Determination of where, when, how, and how much capital to spend and/or debt to acquire in the pursuit of making a profit. An investment decision is often reached between an investor and his/her investment advisors. Depending on the type of brokerage account an investor has, investment managers may or may not have tremendous leeway in making decisions without consulting the investor himself/herself. Factors contributing to an investment decision include, but are not limited to: capital on hand, projects or opportunities available, general market conditions, and a specific investment strategy.
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14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- All financial decisions involve a tradeoff - spend money now or save it for later - that figures prominently in financial decision-making.
Analyzing 10 different types of credit behavior, NYU Stern Professor Xavier Gabaix, with colleagues Sumit Agarwal at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, John Driscoll at the Federal Reserve Board and David Laibson at Harvard University, conclude that the least costly financial decisions occur around age 53.
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The Company's breadth of top-grade services empowers a wide audience of retail and professional investors, by delivering information they can rely upon to make sound, informed financial decisions.
are teaming up to help high school students learn how to make financial decisions through an educational program that teaches financial planning, budgeting and decision-making in the classroom.
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Families of high school seniors need to make some very important financial decisions related to college and how a college budget affects the family budget and whether the student or parent take out the loan," said Mick Endersbe, president of College Planning University.

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