The balance sheet is the document where assets, liabilities, and equity of a particular company or a person are recorded. It’s a crucial financial statement wildly used in accounting, investing, analytics, and other areas. In this article we’ll explain what a balance sheet is, cover its essential components, and answer the most common questions.
The climate change topic seems to be heated these days, eco-friendly goods and services grow in demand and more people interested in renewable energy. So, let’s look at the opportunities this new green world has to offer to investors. We gathered green public companies in various industries (energy, automotive industry, food and farming) that you can consider to add to your portfolio to jump on the green trend and make some money off it.
Assets, liabilities, and equity are three core accounting concepts. It’s impossible to evaluate a company properly without a thorough knowledge of them. The word “equity” has many meanings but, in this article, we focus on equity in the general accounting sense, although we briefly cover other kinds of equity too.
Assets, liabilities and equity are three basic building blocks that form the balance sheet equation and any investor should have a deep understanding of what they mean. In this article, we’ll explain what liabilities are and we’ll also provide a real example using a balance sheet of a public company.
The stock market have been very generous towards investors during the recent years and the S&P 500 index is at its highest levels now. Unfortunately, good past returns do not guarantee good future returns and some market analysts, economists, and investors have started to worry about the yield curve movements.