Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on The Task You have a nominal 10,000 with which to buy shares of a company that MUST be listed on the London Stock Exchange. Try to invest in a company that you think will do well over the next six months and give you a good return on your investment, eve. It needs to be at least 1000 words.
Of all the stocks in our portfolio, these stocks are the one that we should monitor the most especially if there are significant events that may influence the company’s stock prices.
The other group of investment will be allocated to long-term investment – they are Starbucks and Samsung. These companies may not show dramatic profit in six months but they are very likely to profit in the long-run. These companies are already established in the market and have experienced markets up and downs, financial crisis and intense competition. Needless to say, these companies are already tested and durable.
Political – Cupid PLC is a dating company and makes it vulnerable to controversy which could affect its viability in the market. This same prone to controversy however made the company attractive to many people that made the company profitable.
Economic – As of 2011, the company made a turnover rate of 202% or £25.7m with a pre-tax profits increase of 325% making the company the fastest growing company in UK thus making it a favorable company to invest to profit in the short run.
The political environment is the regulatory atmosphere of which Starbucks operate as a business. The political environment could determine whether Starbucks can open a franchise in a certain country or if its bean can be had without any regulatory issue (issue of quota, banned goods, taxation etch.,). This is non-issue to Starbucks because Starbucks enjoys good corporate citizenship that its franchises are virtually welcome anywhere in the world making it a good investment.
Economic environment determines the financial capacity of its market. In the case of Starbucks, economic environment made Starbucks reconsider its position in the market when the financial crisis hit in 2008-2010 that companies were compelled to adapt to the new market realities to stay afloat as a