The Capital Investments In Optioned Securities
In a free market economy, the capital investments are targeted to the most unusual areas, the main criteria for taking such decisions being a high level of capital earnings for the capital involved in a controllable and lower risk manner. In such context a series of securities as houses and lands are more often auctioned by banks on the main reason that their owners could not pay the owned amounts. On this way, the future optioned security, for the reasons showed above, can be attractive for a possible capital investment. The problem facing this potential capital investment in such optioned securities, as both its efficiency, it is the main subject which is briefly discussed in this article
Volume (Year): 10 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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