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    capital
  • (of an offense or charge) Liable to the death penalty
  • first-rate; "a capital fellow"; "a capital idea"
  • wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value
  • assets available for use in the production of further assets
  • Of greatest political importance
  • Of or relating to wealth
    invest
  • make an investment; "Put money into bonds"
  • furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
  • Expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial schemes, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture
  • Devote (one's time, effort, or energy) to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result
  • Buy (something) whose usefulness will repay the cost
  • endow: give qualities or abilities to
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How Not To Invest (Stakes Investment Series)
How Not To Invest (Stakes Investment Series)
This book is born out of the authors' close rapport and discussion with investors who have become victims rather than victors in the investment market place. It teaches how investing ought not to be done in order to train on how it should be done. Its major aim is to bridge the lacuna between the knowledge of how processes operate and the understanding of uncondonable paths.

How not to Invest explores eight (8) carefully observed paths which investors ply and have lead to their doom. It authoritatively expounds on these success obstacles to give the reader a new and exciting dimension to investing knowledge. It also offers practicable insights to avoiding these eight stumbling stones. It will without doubt increase the investment acumen of the average investor, taking him or her to a breadth of understanding that is expected for profitable investing.

The book is inspired by the life of world renowned inventor, Thomas Edison, who after making laborious attempts to invent the electric bulb recorded 999 failures. But while the world condemned him for been such a gargantuan failure, he said, “I’ve learnt 999 ways not to make an electric bulb”.

This book is born out of the authors' close rapport and discussion with investors who have become victims rather than victors in the investment market place. It teaches how investing ought not to be done in order to train on how it should be done. Its major aim is to bridge the lacuna between the knowledge of how processes operate and the understanding of uncondonable paths.

How not to Invest explores eight (8) carefully observed paths which investors ply and have lead to their doom. It authoritatively expounds on these success obstacles to give the reader a new and exciting dimension to investing knowledge. It also offers practicable insights to avoiding these eight stumbling stones. It will without doubt increase the investment acumen of the average investor, taking him or her to a breadth of understanding that is expected for profitable investing.

The book is inspired by the life of world renowned inventor, Thomas Edison, who after making laborious attempts to invent the electric bulb recorded 999 failures. But while the world condemned him for been such a gargantuan failure, he said, “I’ve learnt 999 ways not to make an electric bulb”.

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Healthcare sector continues to be favoured by PE investors, Tata Capital PE Likely To Invest In Two Healthcare Firms
Healthcare sector continues to be favoured by PE investors, Tata Capital PE Likely To Invest In Two Healthcare Firms
Tata Capital, the financial arm of Tata Group, is likely to invest USD 20 million in two healthcare companies through its Private Equity arm, as reported by a financial website. A healthcare fund of Tata Capital PE will be investing about $8-10 million for minority stakes each in Intas Biopharmaceuticals Limited (IBPL) and VLife Sciences Ltd shortly.
Capital Dome
Capital Dome
The dome of the Old Louisiana State Capital. I took several shots of the dome but I liked this one because of the light fixture in the corner.

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capital to invest
Angel Financing: How to Find and Invest in Private Equity
Your guardian angel has arrived

Capital is the single most important factor to getting your venture off the ground, but finding it can be a challenge, particularly if you're running out of funding options. Suppose your venture is too small for institutional players. What do you do once you've exhausted your personal financial resources? Where do you go after banks, the leasing companies, the venture capital firms, have turned you down? What you need is an "angel"--a private investor with high net worth. Angel Financing--the only book of its kind--provides you with a road map to this valuable, little known, source of capital financing.

Explains the structure of the direct private capital market
* Covers everything from the valuation process to writing an investor-oriented business plan

Gerald A. Benjamin (Sausalito, CA) is a Senior Managing Partner of International Capital Resources (ICR), an investment banking, corporate finance, and capital sourcing firm. He is also publisher of the California Investment Review. Joel Margulis (Mill Valley, CA) is a freelance writer who has published books and articles on a range of business and finance topics.

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