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Investment Analysis

Any type of company will invest finance for the sake of deriving a return that is useful for four main purposes as:

1. To reward the owners or shareholders of the business for staking their money and via foregoing their recent purchasing power for the sake of future and current returns.

2. To reward creditors via paying them regular return in form of interest and repayment of their principal like and whenever it falls due.

3. To be capable to retain part of their earnings for plough a back purpose that facilitates not only the company's growth future and the present but also has the implication of raising the size of the company in assets and in sales.

4. for the rises in share prices and therefore the credibility of the company and its skill to increase further finance.

Such a return is necessary to maintain the company's operations moving smoothly and consequently permit the above objective to be achieved.

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