Whether investment returns go up or down matters a lot, but it isn’t the only way to make money in systems of finance.
NON-MONETARY BENEFIT
NON-MONETARY BENEFIT
A return that is not in the form of money but makes the opportunity advantageous to the investor
SALE OF ASSETS
SALE OF ASSETS
Gains that come from selling the asset to another party, at a price higher than the original purchase price
SALE OF EQUITY
SALE OF EQUITY
In the sale of the common shares of a company the investor’s return is determined by the price of the share
MANAGEMENT FEES
MANAGEMENT FEES
The blanket term for fees incurred while buying, selling, trading, and holding investments
STRATEGIC BENEFIT
STRATEGIC BENEFIT
An advantage or non monetary benefit related to the way a company operates its business or within the industry or sector in which it exists
BROKER DEALER FEES
BROKER DEALER FEES
Revenue generated through the handling of the sale and resale of securities by a broker dealer
CARRIED INTEREST
CARRIED INTEREST
A share of any profits in a fund (often known as the “carry”) that the general partners of private equity and hedge funds receive as compensation
CONSULTING FEES
CONSULTING FEES
A source of revenue from providing consulting services that add value to the investment process
INTEREST
INTEREST
The charge for the privilege of borrowing money, typically expressed as percentage of the principal of the loan
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