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Accounting for Restricted Stock.mp4
 
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Accounting for Restricted Stock.mp4
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Restricted Stock Awards Vs. Restricted Stock Units- Theresa Oatman CEP
 
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What is the difference between Restricted Stock Awards and Restricted Stock Units?
Views: 779 Japjot Sethi
Restricted Stock
 
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An Easy Overview Of Restricted Stock
Views: 239 Christopher Hunt
Compensatory vs Non-Compensatory Stock Options
 
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http://www.accounting101.org/introduction-to-the-components-of-capital-structure/ So, when a corporation gives non-qualified stock options to an employee, on the grant date nothing happens- there is no tax impact because the employee hasn't received any income. But, the day that the employee exercises the option by purchasing stock at the option price, that is taxable. This creates ordinary income in the amount of the difference between the fair market value of the stock and the option price paid. The employee's basis in the stock is the amount he or she paid for them, plus the income it generated... this means it's equal to the fair market value of the stock on the date of exercise. Then if the stock goes up in price and the employee sells the stock, the gain will be taxed at capital gain rates but only on the difference between the stock's value on the date of sale and the stock's value on the exercise date. For incentive stock options, or ISOs, there is also no impact on the grant date. There is also no tax impact on the exercise date, but there's a small exception. The exception applies if the taxpayer is using the alternative minimum tax. When the employee sells the stock, that will be taxable on the difference between the stock's value on the sale date and the price paid on the exercise date.
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Intermediate Accounting 18A Expensing Stock Options
 
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Ken Boyd is the owner of St. Louis Test Preparation (www.stltest.net). He provides tutoring in accounting and finance to both graduate and undergraduate students. Ken is the author of Cost Accounting for Dummies (Available in March of 2013). As a former CPA, Auditor, Tax Preparer and College Professor, Boyd brings a wealth of business experience to education.
Views: 1207 AccountingED
Vesting of Shares
 
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Vesting of Shares Brought to you by: Rick Citron, Citron & Deutsch When you bring on a new person into your company, it's very often that you want them to earn their shares of stock or their stock options over time. The difference between getting stock now and stock options is tax basis. How you hand that stock out is very important. Most of the time, that stock is handed out over time with milestones to be met by the person who is earning the stock. So, for example, if someone who comes on board with you a few months after you've started, and he's going to get 5% of the stock in the company, you may want to give him 1% for accomplishing a certain task, 1% for accomplishing another task. You define those tasks very carefully so they're black and white, rather than ethereal, where you can't quite figure out if the person earned the stock. As they earn the stock, you give them their stock certificates. Another way to do that is to give them their stock upfront, and have that stock vest over time, rather than stock options which they earn over time. What happens if for some reason they don't accomplish all of the tasks they are supposed to do, that stock comes back to the company.
Views: 2085 CitronandDeutsch
Understanding Your Employee Stock Options
 
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Explains the value of your employee stock options and how to maximize the values for yourself.
Views: 458 John Olagues
USING PHANTOM STOCK
 
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Bob Wilkening discusses the uses of phantom stock compensation systems in private companies. More information available at http://www.wilkeningco.com
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What are the tax differences between stock and stock options?
 
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What are the tax differences between stock and stock options? Brought to you by: Rick Citron, Citron & Deutsch When you first form a corporation, the founders buy stock at a very low price. At some point in the future when you start adding on people, they can pay that same low price for the stock because that's the value of the stock. When you first have an outside investor come in, to purchase stock at a higher value, you reset the value of the company at that time. Your new people who you give stock to have to look at the valuation to see how much they're going to have to pay for that stock. Often they don't want to pay that amount for the stock. So, instead you give them stock options to get that stock. In either case, you would have vesting for them over time based upon accomplishments, timelines and milestones. The tax differences between owning stock at the beginning and having stock options that you exercise later on are very significant. If you want to hold your stock after you've exercised your options and received it, for 12 months, you don't get capital gains tax treatment. That tax treatment means you pay about half the amount in taxes. There are ways to work through these issues that you need to think through, every time you have a new shareholder come in who's getting stock for work that he does. You have to be very thoughtful about it because the tax consequences can be very significant. Tax Differences
Views: 313 CitronandDeutsch
Why 83(b) Elections Matter for Restricted Stock
 
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Baker Donelson's Entrepreneur Minute features attorneys, entrepreneurs and business leaders sharing advice on starting, growing, and running your business. Find out more about Baker Donelson's Emerging Companies practice group at http://www.bakerdonelson.com
Views: 438 BakerDonelsonOnline
Effective Use of Executive Equity
 
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Steve Harris, CCP, Managing Director, Frederic W. Cook & Co. discusses current use of executive equity based on a recent survey of the top 250 market cap companies in the U.S.
Views: 57 WorldatWorkTV
Real Estate investments vs stocks and shares
 
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This weeks news talks about how real estate portfolios have grown in Kelowna, BC compared to a comparable investment in the stock market.
Views: 127 mark jb
What is Section 1202 Stock
 
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What is Section 1202 Stock? To encourage investment in new ventures, small businesses, and specialized small business investment companies, Section 1202 of The Internal Revenue Code grants relief to investors who risk their funds in these businesses. Noncorporate investors may exclude up to 50 percent of gain they realize on the disposition of qualified small business stock issued after August 10, 1993 and held more than five years. As part of recent legislative efforts to stimulate the economy, the Section 1202 exclusion was raised from 50% to 75% for QSB stock acquired during most of 2009 and 2010. Then in September, the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 was enacted, further amending Section 1202 to exclude 100% of qualifying gain from gross income. For QSB stock purchased between September 27, 2010 and December 31, 2010, a zero percent effective income tax rate will apply to at least the first $10 million of gain upon its ultimate sale if applicable requirements are met. Excluded gain from these investments will not be treated as a preference item for AMT purposes, so the benefits extend equally to AMT taxpayers. The amount of gain eligible for the exclusion is subject to per-issuer limits. The exclusion is available to taxpayers who own eligible stock in a qualified corporation (hold the stock for more than five years), and the corporation meets requirements that it actively conducts a qualified trade or business and is under a maximum gross assets test. The five year holding period requirement can be satisfied no earlier than August 12, 1998, since the exclusion can only apply to stock issued after August 10, 1993. For gain on its stock to qualify for the exclusion, a corporation must be a C corporation other than a Disc A regulated investment company A real estate investment trust; A real estate mortgage investment conduit; A financial asset securitization investment trust; A cooperative; or A corporation electing the Puerto Rico and possessions tax credit. Stock issued to a taxpayer cannot qualify for the exclusion if the issuing corporation purchases (directly or indirectly) any of its own stock from the taxpayer or persons related to the taxpayer, with the four-year period beginning two years before the issue date. A 'safe-harbor' de minimis amount can be redeemed without rendering the stock ineligible for the exclusion. The aggregate amount paid for the stock by the issuing corporation in such redemptions cannot exceed $10,000 or more than 2 percent of the stock held by the taxpayer and all related persons. Stock will also not qualify for the exclusion if the issuing corporation engages in a 'significant redemption'. A redemption is significant if the corporation, within a two year period beginning one year before the issuance of the stock, redeems stock with an aggregate value exceeding 5 percent of the aggregate value of all the corporation stock. A de minimis exception applies if either the aggregate amount paid for all stock redeemed during the two year period does not exceed $10,000 or no more than 2 percent of all outstanding stock. Per-issuer limitation There is a cumulative limit on the gain from a single issuer that a taxpayer may exclude. Eligible gain from any one corporate issuer in any given tax year is taken into account only to the extent that it does not exceed the greater of, $10 million reduced by the aggregate amount of eligible gain taken into account by the taxpayer in prior years from the same issuer, or 10 times the adjusted basis of all qualified stock of the issuer that the taxpayer disposed of during the tax year. Additions to the basis are disregarded. This limitation can severely restrict the tax benefit of this provision in the event of a truly substantial windfall. The $10 million limitation is applied on a shareholder-by-shareholder basis and any property contributed to the issuing corporation is its fair market value as of the contribution date. Married taxpayers filing separately have $5 million of eligible gain for each spouse. View the complete article at: http://www.groco.com/readingroom/sec1202_gain.aspx
Stock Awards
 
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Stock Awards
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Legal Stuff Explained 3: Equity Compensation
 
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Zeke explains the tax treatment of a stock grant, and how 83(b) elections work. This is a excerpt from the 1-hour session he did for Legal Stuff explained on 4/5/2012 (http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3236467361) For more information and upcoming classes check our blog at http://legalstuff.tumblr.com Legal Stuff Explained is kindly brought to you by Docracy, the home of open and free legal documents. Join for free at www.docracy.com
Views: 153 Docracy
Equity Administration and Option Expensing under ASC Topic 718 (FAS 123R)
 
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Learn how Corporate Focus can help you take control of your stock plan administration and equity compensation reporting under FAS 123R (now ASC Topic 718) in a single, consolidated online system. Learn more at www.corporatefocus.com.
Views: 1055 TwoStepSoftware
Employee Stock Options
 
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An Easy Overview Of Employee Stock Options Created under Creative Commons: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Employee_stock_option
Views: 938 Christopher Hunt
Taxation of Employee Stock Options
 
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A brief description of the taxation of Employee stock options here in Canada.
Views: 655 Peter Russell, CA
Startups and 83(b) - www.TaxTV.com
 
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This video from http://www.TaxTV.com explains the 83(b) election for restricted stock and why startups commonly use this tax election
Views: 1261 WatchTaxTV
When and how do you authorize stock?
 
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When and how do you authorize stock? Brought to you by: Rick Citron, Citron & Deutsch When you go to file your articles of incorporation, you authorize a level of stock that you believe you're going to issue over the next three years . We authorize 30 million common shares and 20 million preferred shares. Out of the 30 million common shares, we issue to the Founders about 10 million shares of stock. There are a number of reasons to do that. The first is the valuation on a start-up company is lower, let's say $2 million, if you've got 10million shares of stock issued, and $2 million valuation, your stock is $0.20 per share. When you go to issue that stock, and under $1 a share, it's more attractive to smaller investors who are usually the people you're dealing with when you first start a company. Second reason is when you go to hand out stock to people per employment agreements, instead of giving them a few shares of stock, let's say you're going to give them 1% of the company, you give them 100,000 shares-1% of the company feels better to the employee who's getting the stock.
Views: 678 CitronandDeutsch
Employee Stock Option Plan
 
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Earl Springer discusses some of the unique opportunities available to Sheetz employees, including their Employee Stock Option Plan.
Views: 823 SheetzJobz
Dean of Accountancy RSU
 
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Magpul MOE vs CTR Stock Comparison
 
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The MOE & CTR stocks are similar except for the addition of the friction lock and QD mount on the CTR stock. CTR: http://amzn.to/1mQyK65 MOE: http://amzn.to/1mQz30L
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Tesla  RSU
 
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Zynga Grants Stock Awards to Staff
 
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Aug. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Cory Johnson reports on Zynga's stock incentives. He speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Views: 173 Bloomberg
Understanding TradeStation's Futures Symbols
 
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Understanding TradeStation's Futures Symbols TradeStation uses an easily identifiable naming system to help you differentiate between pit, electronic, daytime and other variations on futures symbols, including continuous contracts. This online seminar will help you understand what those symbols are, how to find them, and possible uses for them.
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Tax Issues in Receiving Stock in Lieu of Compensation : Taxes, Insurance & Investment Tips
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowfinance Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowfinance Receiving stock in lieu of compensation could potentially cause a few issues come tax season. Find out about tax issues in receiving stock in lieu of compensation at work with help from a certified financial analyst in this free video clip. Expert: Noah Rosenfarb Bio: Noah Rosenfarb is a certified divorce financial analyst with Freedom Divorce Advisers. Filmmaker: Luis Trueba Series Description: Whether you're running your own business or are just an employee, at some point you will have to sit down and take a very serious look at your taxes. Get tips on issues that people face when it comes to dealing with taxes and the Internal Revenue Service with help from a certified financial analyst in this free video series.
Views: 169 ehowfinance
Employee Stock Ownership Plan
 
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An Easy Overview Of "Employee Stock Ownership Plan"
Views: 688 Christopher Hunt
Disqualifying Disposition Of Shares Under ISO- Theresa Oatman CEP
 
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What is included in an employee's W-2 in connection with the disqualifying disposition of shares acquired under incentive stock options?
Views: 328 Japjot Sethi
How Numbers of ESPP Shares Are Calculated : Finance FAQs
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowfinance Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowfinance The numbers of ESPP shares are typically calculated in a very specific way. Find out about how the numbers of ESPP shares are calculated with help from a certified financial planner in this free video clip. Expert: Wayne Blanchard Contact: www.moneyprofessionals.com Bio: Wayne Blanchard became a Certified Financial Planner in 1986. He has taught money management seminars in college throughout the Florida panhandle. Filmmaker: Andrew Stickel Series Description: The world of finance is a complicated one, so you should always be aware of all of your options before entering into any type of transaction or investment. Get tips on finance with help from a certified financial planner in this free video series.
Views: 679 ehowfinance
Predicting Stock Price movement statistically
 
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Predicting Stock Price movement statistically. Here we use historical data to predict the movement of stock price for next day. It is completely mathematically valid. The mathematical model of Brownian motion has several real-world applications. Stock market fluctuations are often cited, although Benoit Mandelbrot rejected its applicability to stock price movements in part because these are discontinuous. This is a momentum indicator used in technical analysis, which compares the stock's closing price to its price over the course of a particular time frame. During an upward trend in the market, a stock's share price will close near its high (highest price traded), and when in a downward-trending market, the security's price will close near the low (lowest price traded). This may determine whether a stock is overbought or oversold, thus predicting a possible momentum change. http://www.garguniversity.com Check out Ebook "Mind Math" from Dr. Garg https://www.amazon.com/MIND-MATH-Learn-Math-Fun-ebook/dp/B017QEIF18
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Made $1,100 Shorting $goog Options "Day-Trade"
 
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Taiwan-- Google Inc. (GOOG) is building in Taiwan its third data center in Asia for more than US$300 million as traffic on the U.S. search engine in the region will likely continue to grow robustly. This is in spite of the region being dominated by local players and, in some countries, issues of restricted data flow owing to political censorship. The center is being built on a 15-hectare site in mainly agricultural Changhua county of central Taiwan . There will be 25 full-time staff when it comes online as early as the second half of 2013, Google said Tuesday. The facility will be larger than Google's two other centers--still under construction--at Hong Kong and Singapore . Spending on all three centers will be more than US$700 million . Google --along with other Internet companies like eBay Inc. ( EBAY )--are expanding in Asia where new Web users and traffic are growing as more people use smartphones and tablets to access content that demands more bandwidth. "More new Internet users are coming online everyday here in Asia than anywhere else in the world," Daniel Alegre , Google's Asia-Pacific president, said at the Taiwan center's ground-breaking ceremony. Despite huge market potential in Asia , Google is facing an uphill battle to grow in countries like China where it is losing share to local rivals like Baidu Inc. (BIDU). In 2010 Google rerouted its China search engine via Hong Kong because of censorship concerns. Several southeast Asian countries--including Vietnam and Thailand --have sought to block some sites, including Facebook , to limit political debate online. Data centers house computers, telecommunications and storage systems and typically include backup power supplies and other security devices. Google has six data centers across the U.S., one in Finland and one in Belgium . Google added Tuesday that it will launch a program in Taiwan that provides annual grants between US$5,000 and US$50,000 to organizations developing technology literacy and focussing on renewable energy and new-economy entrepreneurship
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Straight Talk on Stock Option Expensing under ASC Topic 718
 
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This 50-minute recorded webinar is intended to help CFOs, Controllers, Consultants, Attorneys - any party who helps solve the ASC Topic 718 stock option expensing puzzle for privately-held, venture-backed companies - learn: - The six variables used by the Black-Scholes formula to determine the grant-date fair value for a stock option award. - The eight terms you need to know to properly amortize the fair value over the service period, including true-ups related to vesting and forfeitures. - Two reports that will cover the requisite disclosures you need to provide to your auditors. For more information, visit www.corporatefocus.com
Views: 751 TwoStepSoftware
Building Wealth Investing in Stocks by Douglas Goldstein, CFP
 
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Building Wealth provides a great introduction to stocks. Find out the meaning of terms such as "preferred stocks" and "blue chip stocks" and what stocks and bonds actually are. This video tells you more information about the book.
Views: 218 Douglas Goldstein
Invest in Growth Stocks and Mutual Funds to Save on Taxes
 
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http://www.freetaxusa.com helps you file your taxes for free. You can also save on taxes if you invest in growth stocks and growth mutual funds. The fewer times you sell and reinvest, the more money you can keep invested in the market, instead of having to use part of your gains to pay taxes. Also, long-term capital gains are taxed at favorable rates, while dividends, interest, and short-term capital gains are taxed at your highest rate.
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Daily Report Binary Options Signals 16th July S&p 500 Emini Futures - How To Trade Futures
 
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Daily Report Binary Options Signals 16th July S&p 500 Emini Futures - How To Trade Futures.Most Indicators And technical Analysis lag. Check out http://www.sceeto.com...it does not lag. Get a free trial at http://www.sceeto.com Please also visit http://www.binaryforecast.com Most Indicators are just pure trash as they lag .In today's electronic markets you need real time indicators. Some of the fastest indicators on earth are from Sceeto.com and BinaryForecast.com check them out and use them for free signals and also learn how to trade properly....how get the best trading software out there. text courtesy of Wikepedia Sector analysisSector analysis involves identification and analysis of various industries or economic sectors that are likely to exhibit superior performance. Academic studies indicate that the health of a stock's sector is as important as the performance of the individual stock itself. In other words even the best stock located in a weak sector will often perform poorly because that sector is out of favor. Each industry has differences in terms of its customer base, market share among firms, industry growth, competition, regulation and business cycles. Learning how the industry operates provides a deeper understanding of a company's financial health. One method of analyzing a company's growth potential is examining whether the amount of customers in the overall market is expected to grow. In some markets, there is zero or negative growth, a factor demanding careful consideration. Additionally, market analysts recommend that investors should monitor sectors that are nearing the bottom of performance rankings for possible signs of an impending turnaround.[2] Quantitative cumulative value analysis Quantitative cumulative value analysis: This method is also commonly referred to as fundamental analysis. Fundamental analysts consider past records of assets, earnings, sales, products, management, and markets in predicting future trends in these indicators and how they may affect a company's future success or failure. By appraising a firm's prospects, these analysts determine a stock's intrinsic value and assess whether a particular stock or group of stocks is undervalued or overvalued at the current market price. If the intrinsic value is more than the current share price, then this stock would appear to be undervalued and a possible candidate for investment. While there are several different methods for determining intrinsic value, the underlying premise is that a company is worth the sum of its discounted cash flows (DCF). The DCF is the value of future expected cash receipts and expenditures at a common date, which is calculated using net present value or internal rate of return. This means a company is worth the combined sum of its future profits, while at the same time being discounted in consideration of the time value of money. This value, as determined by the discounted cash flow analysis or its equivalents, consists of two components: 1.Current value ratios, such as the price-earnings (P/E) ratio and price-book (P/B) ratio.[3] The PE ratio, also called the multiple, gives investors an idea of how much they are paying for a company's earning power. The higher the PE, the more investors are paying, and therefore the more earnings growth they are expecting. High PE stocks -- those with multiples over 20 -- are typically young, fast-growing companies. P/B is the ratio of a stock's price to its book value per share. A stock selling at a high PB ratio, such as 3 or higher, may represent a popular growth stock with minimal book value. A stock selling below its book value may attract value-oriented investors who think that the company's management may undertake steps, such as selling assets or restructuring the company, to unlock hidden value on the company's balance sheet. 2.Earnings growth which may be reflected in measures like the Prospective Earnings Growth (PEG) ratio. The PEG ratio is a projected one-year annual growth rate, determined by taking the consensus forecast of next year's earnings, less the current year's earnings, and dividing the result by the current year's earnings.[4] [edit] Management issuesManagement issues involves examining perceptions about management and perceptions by management. It includes various qualitative judgments regarding the competence of current and prospective company management, as well as issues related to insider buying, future strategies to increase operations and market share. Most large companies compensate executives through a combination of cash, restricted stock and options. It is a positive sign when members of management are also shareholders. When management makes large purchases of their own stock with private funds, it may indicate that management insiders feel the company is undervalued, or that a favorable company event will occur soon.
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5 Awesome .22 LR Firearms
 
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Founders/Shareholders Agreements (Lesson 3.3.1 Introduction)
 
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Lesson 3.3 (approx 20 minutes) discusses Founders Agreements, which are also sometimes called Shareholder Agreements and Buy Back Agreements. Why are these agreements so important? What types of provisions should they contain? What process should you use to develop consensus? How should agreements address important issues? Like voting and other decision-making, stock transfer restrictions, procedures for selling the business, rights to buy back stock or to sell stock, especially if a shareholder stops working for the business? How do you value the business if someone has a right to buy or sell?
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Rule 144
 
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An Easy Overview Of Rule 144
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Equity Series - Shelf Registration
 
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Dennis McCarthy - (213) 222-8260 - [email protected] - capitalmarketalerts.com - Welcome to the Equity Series -- Raising Equity for Small Cap Public Companies This particular video addresses why your company should consider using a shelf registration statement and what's involved. In another video, I said that to get the best deal, a small cap public company needing equity should plan ahead and file a shelf registration because it permits the company to be opportunistic and sell equity immediately when conditions are favorable to the company. The securities that are sold to investors under a shelf registration are "public" securities tradable by the purchaser without further SEC registration. This type of "public" security appeals to a very big universe of potential investors which should enable the offering company to get the good terms without a restricted security discount. But what's involved in a shelf registration? The first step to a shelf registration requires a small cap public company to file with the SEC, Securities Exchange Commission, a document that incorporates or "refers to" all the company's SEC filings and describes the types of securities it might offer within a three year period, which is the life of the shelf. A public company, traded on one of the exchanges or on NASDAQ and current in its periodic filings, annual report and quarterlies, can file a shelf registration statement with the SEC. To be usable, a shelf registration must be declared effective by the SEC. Granting effectiveness, by the way, is not a sign of approval by the SEC. To keep the shelf available, a company must keep current its periodic filings. Also, in a shelf registration, the company doesn't typically specify (i) when it will offer the securities, (ii) what type of security it will offer, (iii) how much money it plans to raise, and (iv) which broker-dealer will be involved. So while it's publicly visible that the company has filed a shelf registration, there are a lot of key facts, which are unknown to investors. In the past, many small cap public companies feared that a shelf registration would signal to investors that the company was planning to conduct offerings and this would depress the company's stock price. Now, that fear has diminished substantially because companies and investors recognize that having a shelf registration available is simply a prudent corporate move to permit efficient and fast public offerings. There're several videos on the use of a shelf registration so I'll leave this discussion here. Please contact me to help your company to raise equity or complete other capital market projects.
Views: 3291 Dennis McCarthy
Wire Security Cage Installation by Storage & Handling Equipment
 
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http://www.storage-handling.com Here's a recent installion of wire security cages by our team here at Storage & Handling Equipment. Need to create off-limit areas with restricted access? What about keeping medications, electronics or valuable stock secure? Keep out unauthorized personnel and prevent theft with wire mesh panels, wire mesh partitions and wire storage cages. These cages give you the best of both worlds—they protect expensive or sensitive materials and prevent theft while still making it easy to find what you need fast. They provide security and accessibility for a fraction of the cost compared to having to build separate areas or wings from scratch. Wire mesh panels and wire storage cages can satisfy your needs for safety and productivity across a wide range of applications. Storage & Handling Equipment is here to help you sort through all your options such as if you need a roof and whether a sliding or hinge door makes more sense based on your specific needs. Our expert team of installers is always here to lend a hand and you can buy with confidence knowing we represent top names such as Wirecrafters, Jesco & Complex Steel.
Views: 4636 Fred Jackson
C4 Corvette Cutaway Breather Tube
 
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When the fourth generation Corvette was introduced in 1984, many innovative build techniques were implemented. Early Corvette amenities were becoming standard equipment while new options filled every available inch of dash space. The 1984-1989 C4 dash had more modules and controllers to integrate behind an already tight dash area. 1990-1996 Corvettes added more modules along with airbags to the already restricted dash space. After years of working with C4′s, it was apparent that any one without good information would have a difficult time diagnosing electrical issues. Repairing would also be difficult because many internal dash components can not be seen. For example, anyone that has had the daunting task of replacing a heater core in a C4 knows how tough the dashboard is to work on. C4 body and chassis construction was another area that was new to the automotive industry. Stranded fiberglass body panels were no longer used, as Sheet Molded Composite (SMC) panels were implemented. The SMC panels were similar in construction with the exception of two epoxy panels sandwiched as a mat material. In this application, the epoxy panels and mat are pressed under high pressure in a mold to form body panels. Chassis and body are then integrated as uni-body construction, requiring different repair techniques for both body and chassis. We often wondered if anyone at GM had to replace a taillight bulb or service an antenna. For more information visit our blog post at http://blog.corvettecentral.com/2010/10/why-cut-up-a-c4-corvette/.
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Express Scripts shares down 10% on Earnings Release
 
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Express Scripts shares down 10% on Earnings Release (VIDEO). Express Scripts (ESRX) announced 2012 third quarter net income of $391.4 million, or $0.47 per diluted share. Adjusted earnings per share, as detailed in Table 4 were $1.02 per diluted share for the third quarter. "Our solid third quarter results demonstrate our continued success as a combined organization," stated George Paz, chairman and chief executive officer. "Integration continues on track and together we are building on our legacy of advancing healthcare through innovation and an unwavering alignment with our clients." Third Quarter 2012 Review (Data reflected on an adjusted basis. See Tables 2 and 3) All key metrics compared to 2011 were affected by the inclusion of Medco results beginning in the second quarter of 2012. Gross profit margin and EBITDA per adjusted claim increases over last year are mainly attributed to improved operating performance, including increased generic utilization. Adjusted claims of 398.9 million, up 116% from third quarter 2011 Gross profit of $2.2 billion, up 153% from third quarter 2011 Gross profit margin of 8.1% up from 7.5% in third quarter 2011 EBITDA of $1.6 billion, up 136% from third quarter 2011 EBITDA per adjusted claim of $4.06, up 9% from third quarter 2011 Year to date cash flow from operations of $2.0 billion, up 23% from third quarter 2011 2012 Guidance Due to strong operating performance, increased generic utilization and the accelerated realization of synergies, the Company now expects to achieve adjusted earnings per share for 2012 in the range of $3.65 to $3.75. Adjusted earnings per share excludes items as detailed in Table 5. Total adjusted claims are expected to be approximately 1.4 billion. The guidance range assumes 2012 diluted weighted-average shares of 750 million. Diluted weighted-average shares may differ due to, among other factors, the exercise of stock options and settlement of restricted stock units, and differences in the dilutive impact of awards granted under either of Express Scripts' or Medco's share-based compensation agreements. The guidance range assumes a full year 2012 adjusted effective tax rate of approximately 39.6%. Variations in assumed diluted weighted-average shares and tax rate may materially impact the guidance range. The successful integration of Medco continues, with the Company meeting or exceeding its targets. 2013 Economic and Environmental Outlook Express Scripts previously announced that it will provide 2013 guidance in conjunction with its fourth quarter results. In addition to the expected claims loss from the UnitedHealthcare book of business throughout the year, the Company believes its 2013 outlook will also be influenced by the current weak business climate and the unemployment outlook. These factors would likely result in significant in-group member attrition, continued low utilization rates and increased client demands and expectations. Express Scripts expects to grow earnings per share and EBITDA in 2013. However, given the factors discussed above, the Company views current consensus estimates for 2013 as overly aggressive. "Despite near-term headwinds and a challenging macroeconomic environment, we remain confident we are well-positioned for continued growth", stated Paz. "We have historically managed expenses rigorously while investing toward the future, focusing on innovation, service and optimal clinical outcomes, and will continue to do so, even when faced with challenges on other fronts." Visit us at http://www.StockMarketFunding.com to learn more! Please like, share, subscribe & comment! FREE High-Frequency Trading Seminar - RESERVE YOUR SEAT http://highfrequencytradingseminar.eventbrite.com/ Subscribe to our channel for a daily videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=StockMarketFunding Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OnlineTradingPlatform Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/TradeEducation Find Us on Google +1 http://gplus.to/TradingStocks Join us on Linkedin http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Pro-Traders-1143227 Other Links Verified Trading Profits http://profit.ly/user/StockMarketFunding/trades Free Trial Signup http://onlinetradinginvesting.eventbrite.com Video RSS Feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/tradereducation Trading Community (Free to Join) http://www.DailyStockCharts.com
C4 Corvette Cutaway Toe Link
 
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When the fourth generation Corvette was introduced in 1984, many innovative build techniques were implemented. Early Corvette amenities were becoming standard equipment while new options filled every available inch of dash space. The 1984-1989 C4 dash had more modules and controllers to integrate behind an already tight dash area. 1990-1996 Corvettes added more modules along with airbags to the already restricted dash space. After years of working with C4′s, it was apparent that any one without good information would have a difficult time diagnosing electrical issues. Repairing would also be difficult because many internal dash components can not be seen. For example, anyone that has had the daunting task of replacing a heater core in a C4 knows how tough the dashboard is to work on. C4 body and chassis construction was another area that was new to the automotive industry. Stranded fiberglass body panels were no longer used, as Sheet Molded Composite (SMC) panels were implemented. The SMC panels were similar in construction with the exception of two epoxy panels sandwiched as a mat material. In this application, the epoxy panels and mat are pressed under high pressure in a mold to form body panels. Chassis and body are then integrated as uni-body construction, requiring different repair techniques for both body and chassis. We often wondered if anyone at GM had to replace a taillight bulb or service an antenna. For more information visit our blog post at http://blog.corvettecentral.com/2010/10/why-cut-up-a-c4-corvette/.
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Preferred Stock
 
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Preferred Stock Brought to you by: Rick Citron, Citron & Deutsch A Key issue that comes up when you're going out to raise money is preferred stock versus common stock. When you first form your co. you're issuing common stock to the founders. Preferred stock is something you will have to issue to sophisticated investors, but you want to try not to have to issue it until its absolutely necessary. The reason for that is preferred shareholders have rights that common shareholders don't have. Often in a preferred class of stock they have the right to control some levels of where the company is going-future money to be raised, how you can raise it, and the minimum prices. Sometimes you put in anti-dilution rights, which prevent the people who've invested in you from losing the percentage of ownership they have. Preferred class of stock has roughly 30 plus pieces to the puzzle that can be drawn into that class of stock-some that are innocuous, some can really impact your future ability to raise capital for your company. You have to be very careful about how you handle it.
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