Tag: FinancingsNow

30
Jul

RTO vs. IPO

What is an RTO? Taking the easy way out isn’t only reserved for doing tasks that are less than desirable (like shoveling snow off the driveway but then deciding you’re better off just making tire tracks) or attempting to put an argument with the in-laws to rest—they also have to do with finances. In the world of money, many companies
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30
Jul

Flow-Through Financing

Flow Through Financing April 15 is a grim day—no one likes taxes, getting taxed, or paying taxes. That’s just the truth. In the United States, taxes are everywhere from grocery shopping to personal services. But Canada is doing something right. Flow-through financing (or flow-through investments) are typically dedicated to the Canadian market. Flow-through financing is simply a financial instrument where
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30
Jul

Convertible Debenture

Convertible Debenture At the end of the day, it takes money to make money. We (those interested in finances) know this and so do businesses. Sometimes, however, businesses are looking for an extra buck or two to expand their business internationally or to simply grow. This is where convertible debentures come into play. Convertible Debenture Example Let’s start off with
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30
Jul

Bought Deal

Bought Deal Most investors hardly see the backend process of purchasing stocks and other investments. Oftentimes, retail and newbie investors will go on their brokerage app or website and make stock and investment purchases according to their own research. There are always a certain number of shares that a company is willing to put up for sale. These shares can
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30
Jul

Legends on Warrant Certificates

Legends on Warrant Certificates Just in case you’re jumping the gun and learning about legends before warrant certificates, here is a little refresh. Warrant certificates are options issued by exchanges to investors. Most warrant certificates are issued for small-cap companies, rather than the large-cap companies of the world (think Papa John’s Pizza not Microsoft). Warrant certificates include securities in the
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30
Jul

Unit vs. Common Share

Both common share and unit offerings are different types of purchasing options for stocks and securities of a company. Common share offerings are the most known and frequently purchased stock options, whereas unit offerings are a more complex and grouped security purchasing option.What are Common Share Offerings? A common share offering is simply an initial share offering that is being
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30
Jul

Escrow Release

You can’t run before you learn to walk (though some of you out there may think you can do anything), and it’s almost impossible to understand what an escrow release is before learning what an escrow itself is. An escrow is a financial agreement between two parties that make financial transactions secure by using an escrow account. An escrow account

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30
Jul

Subscription Agreements

A subscription agreement is a firm handshake between a private or public company and a private investor—no “dead fish” handshakes allowed. A subscription agreement (also known as a private placement) ensures a specific number of shares are sold at a specific price. The document created for a subscription agreement includes: The number of shares being sold The price the shares

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