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what is the difference between issuing stock privately and publicly
Weegy: Private stock is issued by a private company. It is hard to get into a private company so unless you know someone, you probably won't have the opportunity to invest. [ Information about the company and access to the stock is not subject to the rules of the SEC so the company is not obligated to share financial information. There is no PE on private stock because the market has no influence over pricing. You may also have trouble trying to sell your shares. Private companies control the number of shares, who can buy them, when and if you can sell them and at what price. The company will be the one to buy back your shares and redistribute so you have little control, if any. In my experience, you have to know about the plans for the private company and trust the owners and hope they meet their goals - increasing the value of your shares. Sometimes companies are private because in order to become public they need to have a certain amount of money in the bank and are striving for enough capital to get there. For others the goal is to build enough value in the business to sell it for a substancial gain at which point you would benefit incrimentally. For most investors, this is not a good way to go. Public stock means a company has basically sold a portion of itself to the public by offering shares in the business. In becoming "public", these companies are obligated to the rules of the SEC and have to report all financial information on a regular basis. You have the opportunity to study the company, market conditions, PE etc in hopes that if you invest, your share price will go the right direction. You can also buy and sell at market value through a broker. Either way - it's gambling. ] (More)
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what is the differrence between privately issued stock and publicly issued stock
Weegy: Private stock is issued by a private company. It is hard to get into a private company so unless you know someone, you probably won't have the opportunity to invest. [ [ Information about the company and access to the stock is not subject to the rules of the SEC so the company is not obligated to share financial information. There is no PE on private stock because the market has no influence over pricing. You may also have trouble trying to sell your shares. Private companies control the number of shares, who can buy them, when and if you can sell them and at what price. The company will be the one to buy back your shares and redistribute so you have little control, if any. In my experience, you have to know about the plans for the private company and trust the owners and hope they meet their goals - increasing the value of your shares. Sometimes companies are private because in order to become public they need to have a certain amount of money in the bank and are striving for enough capital to get there. For others the goal is to build enough value in the business to sell it for a substancial gain at which point you would benefit incrimentally. For most investors, this is not a good way to go. Public stock means a company has basically sold a portion of itself to the public by offering shares in the business. In becoming "public", these companies are obligated to the rules of the SEC and have to report all financial information on a regular basis. You have the opportunity to study the company, market conditions, PE etc in hopes that if you invest, your share price will go the right direction. You can also buy and sell at market value through a broker. Either way - it's gambling. ] ] (More)
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what is the biggest reason a company should incorporate (become a corporation)
Weegy: There are many benefits to incorporating your business regardless of its size. Advantages of forming a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) include: Personal asset protection. Additional credibility. Name protection. Perpetual existence. [ Tax flexibility and incorporation tax benefits. Deductible expenses. ] (More)
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in the united states, the economy is. A . mostly based on government made choices. B . largely based on choices made by producers and consumers. C . not based on choices. D . able to meet all needs of its people
Weegy: The U.S. economy is B. largely based on choices made by producers and consumers (More)
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in the united states, the economy is? A mostly based on government- made choices. B largely based on choices made by producers and consumers. C not based on choices. D able to meet all the needs of its people
Weegy: in the united states, the economy is? A mostly based on government- made choices. (More)
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