BEC Financial Management Review 7

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  1. What is correlation?
    Correlation is the tendency of two variables to move jointly.
  2. When 2 stock are correlated --------------- if one 's return falls when the other's returns raises.
    When 2 stock are correlated negatively if one 's return falls when the other's returns raises.
  3. When 2 stocks are correlated ---------------, when one's return rises the to the same degree the others return raises.
    When 2 stocks are correlated positively, when one's return rises the to the same degree the others return raises.
  4. ------------------------- is the entity's current assets.
    working capital is the entity's current assets.
  5. What is working capital?
    working capital is the entity's current assets.
  6. ------------------------- is current assets less current liabilities.
    Net working capital is current assets less current liabilities.
  7. What is net working capital?
    Net working capital is current assets less current liabilities.
  8. holding -------------beyond the minimum requirements lowers a firms earning.
    holding cash beyond the minimum requirements lowers a firms earning.
  9. holding cash beyond the minimum requirements lowers a firms ---------------.
    holding cash beyond the minimum requirements lowers a firms earning.
  10. -------------------------- typically earn lower returns than operating assets, but generally earn higher returns than cash.
    Marketable securities typically earn lower returns than operating assets, but generally earn higher returns than cash.

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