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Liquidity Ratio: Definition & Overview

Liquidity ratios are used to measure the financial health of a business. These metrics are used by banks and creditors to determine loan eligibility, and by investors to decide if the company is a safe investment. The liquidity ratio helps the company itself determine if they have too little capital or have a surplus of capital that can be put to use.

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How to Invest in Pre-IPOs & How They Work

“Getting in on the ground floor” is the dream of just about every investor who has heard of the fortunes amassed by early investors in Apple and Amazon. Because of that, the average retail investor shows a keen interest in Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).

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How to Become an Accredited Investor

We’ve all heard the phrase, it takes money to make money, but to rephrase it in terms that accredited investors would understand, we must make an appendage: it takes money to make money in unregistered offerings. 

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