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How to Sell Anything to Anyone Udemy Free Download

Are you nervous about selling products & services online or off?

Do you feel that some people don’t take you seriously enough or that you don’t have the much-needed confidence?

Are you happy with your income? Are there missed opportunities slipping through your fingers that you don’t know about?

If you want to drastically improve your sales success then you’ve come to the right place.

These testimonials sum up what this course can do for you:

Scott Jackson

In this course on sales Desmond points out some very enlightening information. I have been in outside sales for a number of years and thought I was an old hat at it. He showed me that and “old dog can learn new tricks” with his training and new insights on this course. His delivery keeps me very interested in the subject matter and I seem to be able to remember it even better. Everyone is in sales no matter what you are doing so this course can be a benefit to anyone who needs to improve their sales skills. Even if you are just trying to get a date, job, promotion, talk your partner into going out to dinner – this course if for you!
Desmond’s training is spot on. He has a style that is easy to understand and learn from. So don’t hesitate – get this course and you will have a better grasp of sales!

Jennifer Johnson

Calling all entrepreneurs, salespeople, career driven people, and anyone looking to boost their productivity! This class provides you with actionable methods to understand how your potential customers think, what tools you can use to hook them with the unexpected, and how to lead them to the proverbial water most effectively, rather than forcing them to drink. Instructor Desmond Bryam introduces concrete techniques for pitching to clients and investors, what you need to become awesome at public speaking (which we all need), and how to close the sale. I’m not a salesperson, but this course taught me how to pitch myself in career settings (after all, we have to be selling our skills and framing ourselves the best we can in order to snag that job or promotion), as well as boost my productivity at work with hacks such as the pomodoro technique, and how to set “mini habits” for success. Desmond is a phenomenal speaker and teacher, and he truly practices what he preaches. I highly recommend this course, and encourage you to learn from the best!

A Little About My Experience – HOW TO SELL

I started my first sales company when I was 15 years old & I already had a team working for me at that time (we sold embroidered polo shirts)

By age 22 I owned a full-time investment agency (Doyle Wealth Financial) with my own team – HOW TO SELL

But my age & shyness were always a factor. Being taken seriously & being assertive enough to demand the authority that I deserved in each industry was a problem for me.

The answer came when I discovered Neuro-Scientific research that pointed to why we all do what we do & think how we think.

These ideas gave me the confidence to overcome the unknown because it shined a bright light on everything that I needed to know to own the sales world.

Have you ever learned something about a topic that once seemed so terrifying, and then when you understood it all, you sort of laughed at yourself for fearing it all this time?

Well that’s exactly what happened to me & what will happen to you once you learn the killer system in this very course.

I developed this proven method in order to now share with you what led to my success so early on.

The Close More Sales Method (Years In The Making) Is Backed By Science & Proven Results:

  • Learn This One Thing That Gets Everyone’s Attention (Fast)
  • Create Your Own Inner Value Proposition
  • Gather Specific Intelligence To Present Like A Pro
  • Get Real-Time Insights About Your Prospect
  • Work With Screeners, Gatekeepers, And Assistants
  • Perfect Your Opening & Closing Statements
  • Minimize Resistance
  • Get A Commitment For The Next Action
  • Stay Motivated
  • And Much, Much More!

You are going to learn the rock-solid neuroscience & psychology behind these unstoppable sales techniques.

I’ve learned over time that those who truly want to succeed in sales, for the longterm & for many years to come, are those that know the value of a good reputation & trust, plus they aren’t lazy, they actually want to succeed & make a good living off of helping everyone win.

This course will teach you how to craft a true win-win-win scenario where first the customer wins by getting exactly what they want & the company wins by growing & you automatically win by getting paid for your results. The more you help everyone else win, the more you will win & this is a timeless method that will boost your career for a lifetime.

Honesty never goes out of style in selling, but short gimmicks only last so long.

I am going to show you how I was so frustrated in sales because I was being so honest with my customers but still not selling as much as I could have, I was barely making it.

Then I discovered that honesty & trust needed one more critical key added to it in order to become the ultimate selling machine.

After learning these simple ideas (all backed by science & proven results) I was then able to work part time hours & earn the same (or more) commissionable income than the top agents in my firm who worked fulltime hours!

I found those critical pieces that were missing, what we all desire & what specific pieces of information mean the most to us & help us feel good & secure about our purchase. This drastically increased my success in sales.

I am going to show you exactly what they are & how you can easily obtain these skills in your own career/pursuit/venture or project.

It’s interesting how we all create a narrative based on what we think is important. We see what we want to see. But just because you’re not looking at something… doesn’t mean it’s not there. Learn the missing key to your sales success right here & right now.

This strategy kept working in every industry I moved on to, it was insane! This is because of a very fundamental fact, you are always selling to a human, robots don’t buy stuff.

Even the most reasonable person is still a human & has feelings & emotions no matter how hard you think it is to find it in them. But they always have a direct route or channel to their emotion switch. We are all hardwired with that same exact switch.

Some people’s emotional switch might be a little harder to turn, you might have to put a little more effort into it, but its still there & I’ll show you how to find it & work with it so that both you & your customer truly win every single time.

Your probably having the same exact doubt that I had: this works fine with person to person sales in the public, but working B2B is a different game all together.

I thought the same exact thing too – HOW TO SELL

And I was wrong, this method works even better!!!

I found out that in bigger industries where selling to big companies is so important, the employees are even more desperate to be treated this way & to be truly understood even more so because everyone just sees them as one big company faceless company with no individuality.

But when you put a face on something it changes how you view it, even how you treat them. A study done with X-Ray technicians found that if you add a photo of the person to their folder, then the technician spends more time, gives more accurate & thorough findings & overall gives better quality. All they did was add a photo of the person to the chart. They put a face on them.

I found a way to be unexpected & it worked so well that I used a presentation time & again that was just a restaurant menu template. The first time I used it was with an extremely hard to sell accountant who counted everything twice – HOW TO SELL

After I delivered the presentation to the CEO & then again to the tight budgeted CFO, this simple presentation resulted in a six figure deal that lasted for years. I will show you how to the deliver like this.

If you want to learn how to close more sales & reach your full selling potential then this course is right for you.

Let’s take this journey together. I’ll see you inside.

Who this course is for:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small Business Owners
  • Managers
  • Young Professionals
  • B2B sales people
  • B2C sales people
  • Sales Executives
  • Business Directors

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Teds class collects aluminum cans to sell to to the recycling center the center pays 0.002 for each kilogram of aluminum

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Teds class collects aluminum cans to sell to to the recycling center the center pays 0.002 for each kilogram of aluminum

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A share of stock in the Lofty Cheese Company is quoted at 251/4. Suppose you hold 30 shares of that stock, which you bought at 201/4. If you sell your stock at 251/4, which one of the following statements would be true?

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A share of stock in the Lofty Cheese Company is quoted at 251/4. Suppose you hold 30 shares of that stock, which you bought at 201/4. If you sell your stock at 251/4, which one of the following statements would be true?

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Cornerstone bakery sold 78 pies on Monday,96 pies on tuesday,40 pies on Wednesday,104 pies on Thursday and 77 pies on Friday.on average, how many pies did they sell per day

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Cornerstone bakery sold 78 pies on Monday,96 pies on tuesday,40 pies on Wednesday,104 pies on Thursday and 77 pies on Friday.on average, how many pies did they sell per day

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The Europeans in the 1700s were the first to trade and sell Africans as slaves. true or false

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False

Explanation:

The Africans were the first to trade and sell African slaves. In fact, that’s how the Europeans started using slaves in the New World. It all began with conflicts in Africa, which caused the subjugated people to be enslaved.

The Atlantic Slave Trade began in the late 1400s with Portuguese colonies. The Portuguese offered goods and weapons and the Africans in exchange gave whom they considered to be criminals, deters, or prisoners of war from rival tribes.

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A cotton candy vendor has 22 cones of blue cotton candy to sell. If the blue cotton candy is 50% of the total number of cones, how many total cotton candy cones does he have?

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A cotton candy vendor has 22 cones of blue cotton candy to sell. If the blue cotton candy is 50% of the total number of cones, how many total cotton candy cones does he have?

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what causes Daniel Shays to sell off half of this land after the American revolution

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Daniel Shays may have sold off half his land to pay off his debts or his family’s debts. 

Massachusetts was Daniel Shays home. In this area, a lot of farmers were in debt and others find it difficult to pay off their debts. Those who were unable to pay their debts were sent into prison, making life more difficult for the farmers and their families.

Daniel Shays was a leader of a revolt against Massachusetts government. They protested the against the high taxes imposed on their lands as well as the forceful seizure of farmlands by the local sheriffs. The rebellion was identified as Shays’ Rebellion. 

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Frank corporation manufacturers a single product that has a selling price of $20.00 per unit. fixed expenses total $45,000 per year, and the company must sell 5,000 units to break even. if the company has a target profit of $13,500, sales in units must be:

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Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:25 AM

Frank corporation manufactures a single product that has a selling price of $20.00 per unit. fixed expenses total $45,000 per year, and the company must sell 5,000 units to break even. if the company has a target profit of $13,500, sales in units must be:
Answer: 6,500

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A manufacturer determines that the number of drills it can sell is given by the formula D=-4p^2+160p-270, where p is the price of the drills in dollars. a. At what price will the manufacturer sell the maximum number of drills? b. What is the maximum number of drills that can be sold?

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That is the vertex
if we complete the square
to get y=a(x-h)^2+k form wher (h,k) Is vertex
D=-4(p²-40p)-270
D=-4(p²-40p+400-400)-270
D=-4((p-20)²-400)-270
D=-4(p-20)²+1600-270
D=-4(p-20)²+1330
vertex is (20,1330)
that is at p=20 and D=1330

A. at the price of 20 units
b. can sell 1330 drills

or you can use the calc way
take deritivive to find where the slope equals 0

D'(x)=-8x+160
0=-8x+160
8x=160
x=20

we know this is the max because D'(15) is positive and D'(25) is negative so therefor at x=20, that is the max
to find the max number of drills, we do
D(20)=-4(20)²+160(20)-270
D(20)=1330

a. 20
b. 1330

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1. What was Truman’s plan for the American people called? Square Deal Dynamic Liberalism Fair Deal Dynamic Conservatism 2. John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs were an important issue of the 1960 presidential campaign. True False 3. What group was headed by Elijah Muhammad? Black Power Black Panthers Nation of Islam none of the above 4. Because Kennedy was elected by a slim margin, he lacked a popular mandate. True False 5. What seems to have been the chief purpose(s) of mass media during the 1950s? A. to entertain B. to sell products both a and b neither a nor b

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1. What was Truman’s plan for the American people called? Square Deal Dynamic Liberalism Fair Deal Dynamic Conservatism 2. John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs were an important issue of the 1960 presidential campaign. True False 3. What group was headed by Elijah Muhammad? Black Power Black Panthers Nation of Islam none of the above 4. Because Kennedy was elected by a slim margin, he lacked a popular mandate. True False 5. What seems to have been the chief purpose(s) of mass media during the 1950s? A. to entertain B. to sell products both a and b neither a nor b

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When campaign workers are canvassing neighborhoods, one of their goals is to identify voters who will support their candidate. sell campaign buttons door to door. determine the income level of a community. find out which candidate voters have selected?

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Answer:

The correct answer here is to identify voters who will support their candidate.

Explanation:

Door-to-door campaigning is a process and a method that has been used by a lot of different organizations because it allows for a more personalized and individualized contact so that messages can be conveyed in a more personal manner. But probably, one of the sectors that has used this method more is the political sector, especially during political campaigns. This is because it allows for candidates to, through their representatives, have closer contact with their potential voters, it allows for messages to be delivered directly to individuals, instead of in mass, which can also help convince those who are undecided, and most importantly, this method allows candidates to rally their voters, seem closer to them and generate a voter group who will support the candidate.

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My mom just painted our house;however, we are planning to sell it.

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Answer:

– Delete – remove; cross out(word delete refers to remove or get rid of erase)

– Metaphor figure of speech(metaphor exemplifies the use of a word for comparison in order to invoke a direct a similarity between two things)

– Draft – a preliminary copy(draft is the early version of a written work, often called a preliminary sketch or outline)

– Colloquial – informal, conversation(colloquial refers to pertaining to an informal conversation)

– Italicize – set in special print for emphasis(Italicizing is the process that employs use of words in special print in order to emphasize its meaning or impact)

– Trite – unoriginal; overused(Trite is synonymous to hackneyed or unoriginal)

– Anthology – collection of stories(anthology illustrates a collection of literary works like poems or short stories)

Copyright –  ownership of the right to print and sell(copyright is the right by law to determine the publish, copy or distribute a piece of art which could be a piece of writing, music, etc.)

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“All right, then—not a word about any sell. Go along home, and advise everybody to come and see the tragedy.” Based on the excerpt, the townspeople of Arkansas are afraid of being seen as gullible. serious. dishonest. uneducated.

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Here are a few pointers; hope this is useful)

Ovation-by definition- is show of appreciation from an audience, for a person’s accomplishments or flaw.

“Everyone deserves a standing ovation because we all overcometh the world.”

A person’s accomplishment could be how they made a positive change in this world, strong leadership- that makes them a effective leader or simply helping others. A person’s flaw- mistakes in life, sin or even guilt should also be considered an appreciation- an ovation for representing mankind’s flaw and that humanity makes mistakes, fulfilling at least one deadly sin such as greed, lust, selfishness etc.

Thus, regardless of a person’s achievement or flaw- a person deserves an applause for, not the least, living in this society and this world that we are all living together and dying together.

That was just the introduction.. the best part is yet to come.. now it’s your turn!!

Here are other pointers to talk about in your essay:

Shakespeare’s famous line “All the World’s a stage. That agrees with your line: “Everybody deserves a standing ovation…”

Shakespeare explains that men and women are like players: they live, and die, some being celebrated and some forever living in solitude till their death. Shakespeare states the world is a “stage” which symbolizes that mankind is in its peak. The world is changing everyday: little by little and humanity is falling behind.
Due to our world turning into machinery: factories, an automotive future: where humans only job to live (entrance) and to die (exit) the famous humans remembered and the flawed not recalled.

This is according to Shakespeare’s imagery.

I don’t know what grade your in, but I think simplifying Shakespeare’s word of mouth in your essay would be handy and useful as it has strong references of your quote, and agrees strongly in your essay.

Hope this helps 🙂

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How Do You Sell More Walnuts In A Perfectly Competitive Market? If the equilibrium price in a perfectly competitive market for walnuts is $4.99 per pound,then an individual firm in this market can A. Not sell additional walnuts unless the firm lowers its price. B. Not sell additional walnuts at any price because the market is at equilibrium. C. Sell an additional pound of walnuts at $4.99. D. Sell more only by increasing its advertising budget. the subject is Economics.

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Employee                                 Mary      Zoe         Greg         Ann           Tom

Cumulative Pay                       $6,800   $10,500  $8,400    $66,000   $4,700

Pay subject to FICA S.S.         $421.60  $651.00  $520.80 $4092.00 $291.40
6.2%, (First $118,000)

Pay subject to FICA Medicare $98.60 $152.25    $121.80    $957.00    $68.15
1.45% of gross

Pay subject to FUTA Taxes      $40.80  $63.00     $50.40    $396.00  $28.20
0.6%

Pay subject to SUTA Taxes   $367.20  $567.00  $453.60  $3564.00 $253.80
5.4% (First $7000)

Totals                                     $928.20 $1,433.25 $1,146.60 $9,009.00 $641.55

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An electronics store is having a going-out-of-business sale. They have 220 computers in their inventory, and they believe they can sell 3 computers every day. If y represents the total number of computers in their inventory and x represents the number of days, which function rule describes this situation? A. y=3x-220 B. y=220-3x C. y=3(x-l)-220 D. y=220-3(x-1)

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An electronics store is having a going-out-of-business sale. They have 220 computers in their inventory, and they believe they can sell 3 computers every day. If y represents the total number of computers in their inventory and x represents the number of days, which function rule describes this situation? A. y=3x-220 B. y=220-3x C. y=3(x-l)-220 D. y=220-3(x-1)

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A plant breeder found a species of flowering plant with red flowers, some white flowers, and some pink flowers. While she would like to sell all three colors of flowers, she only has permission to dig up one plant to bring back to the nursery as breeding stock. What would be the best thing for her to do? (2 points)

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When red crosses with white flowers to give pink flowers, we are looking at incomplete dominance, i.e. the offspring is a blend (pink) of the parents’ characteristics (red or white).

Since we’re given in the question two pink flowers crossed to give 25% red, 25% whit and 50% pink, we would be thinking of a punnett square between RW and RW, to give

RR RW

RW WW

Since both parents are RW, that makes both parents heterozygous.

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Business firms that sell to retailers and other merchants, and/or to industrial, institutional, and commercial users-but which do not sell in large amounts to final consumers-are ________.

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Business firms that sell to retailers and other merchants, and/or to industrial, institutional, and commercial users-but which do not sell in large amounts to final consumers-are ________.

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Harry accepts franks offer to sell a used car for $2,000. at what point is there a binding contract

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Harry accepts franks offer to sell a used car for $2,000. at what point is there a binding contract

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An item sells for 2 for 66 cents. What would 5 items sell for?

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An item sells for 2 for 66 cents. What would 5 items sell for?

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You work forty hours a week at a furniture store. You receive a 1,200 dollar weekly salary, plus a 4.1% commision on sales over 12,000 dollars. Assume that you sell enough this week to get the commission. Given the functions f(x) = 0.041x and g(x) = x ̆12,000, which of (fog)(x) and (gof)(x) represents your commission?

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Answer:

Number of copy machines must be made to minimize the unit cost=160.

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given that the unit cost function C ( the cost in dollars to make each copy machine)

If machines are made =x

Then the unit cost function is given by

C(x)=0.8x^2-256x+25939

We have to find the number of copy machines for  minimize the unit  cost

C(x)=0.8x^2-256x+25939

Differentiate with respect to x

Then we get

frac{mathrm{d}C}{mathrm{d}x}=1.6x-256 ……(equation I)

To find the value of x then we susbtitute frac{mathrm{d}C}{mathrm{d}x} is equal to zero

frac{mathrm{d}C}{mathrm{d}x}=0

1.6x-256=0

1.6x=256

x=frac{256}{1.6}

By using division property of equality

x= 160

Again differentiate the equation I with respect to x then we get

frac{mathrm{d}^2 C}{mathrm{d}^2 x}=1.6 >0

Hence, the unit cost is minimize for x=160

Therefore, the number of copy machines must be made to minimize the unit cost =160

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At the fall festival the tennis team is selling hamburgers for $2.00, hotdogs for $1.50, and drinks for $1.00. Half of the money raised will go towards the purchase of team uniforms. If they sell 21 hamburgers, 34 hotdogs, and 65 drinks, how much money will they have to put towards the purchase of uniforms?

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Answer:

29.68%

Step-by-step explanation:

Allen’s monthly take-home pay is $3000

His monthly rent is $750

Now both his monthly take-home pay and his rent increase by $200

So, After increase Allen’s monthly take-home pay =$3000+$200= $3200

After increase His monthly rent = $750+200=$950

Now we are supposed to find what percentage of Allen’s take-home pay will be used to pay rent

So, percentage = frac{text{Rent after increase}}{text {Take- home pay after increase}} times 100

                          = frac{950}{3200}times 100  

                          = frac{950}{32}  

                          = 29.68%  

Hence 29.68% of Allen’s take-home pay will be used to pay rent.                          

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________ and their members provide value because they buy and sell securities on behalf of the companies and individuals they represent.

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The following equation of parabola is given:

p(x)= – 5 x^2 + 240 x – 2475

where p(x) = y

This is a standard form of the parabola. We need to
convert this into vertex form of equation. The equation must be in the form:

y – k = a (x – h)^2

Where h and k are the vertex of the parabola. Therefore,

y = – 5 x^2 + 240 x – 2475

y = -5 (x^2 – 48 x + 495)

Completing the square:

y = -5 (x^2 – 48 x + 495 + _) – (-5)* _

Where the value in the blank _ is = -b/2

Since b = -48        therefore,

y = -5 (x^2 – 48 x + 495 + 81) + 405

y – 405 = -5 (x^2 – 48 x + 576)

y – 405 = -5 (x – 24)^2

Therefore the vertex is at points (24, 405).

The company should make 24 tables per day to attain maximum
profit.

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Just as human beings have a personality, organizations also have a “personality”the product(s) they sell and the type(s) of market(s) they participate in.

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The Capital Asset Price Modeling (CAPM) gives the formula
for calculating the expected return of an asset given the risk as:

Rs = Rf + β (Rm – Rf)
Where,

Rs = expected return of the financial asset

Rf = risk free rate of return

β = beta
value of the asset

Rm = average
return on the capital market

The factor
(Rm – Rf) is also called as the market risk premium while the factor (Rs – Rf)
is the stock risk premium.

Rs – Rf = β
(Rm – Rf)

Rs – Rf = 1.7 (0.08)

Rs – Rf = 0.136 = 13.6%

Answer:
greater than 12%  (= 13.6%)

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A sales associate wants to earn at least $90,000 next year. she plans that 60% of the income will come from listings sold and 40% from sales made. if the average commission from listings sold is $3,000, how many listings must she sell in order to achieve that portion of her goals?

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From economics, we know that the formula for Profit is:

Profit = Income – Total Cost

Case 1: Continue producing and selling product x

income is calculated as:

Income = ($30 / unit) * (20, 000 units)

Income = $ 600, 000

Total cost is composed of both the fixed cost and variable
cost:

Total cost = Variable cost + Fixed cost

Total cost = ($21 / unit) * (20, 000 units) + $250,000

Total cost = $670, 000

Therefore, the profit of producing and selling product x
each month is:

Profit = $ 600, 000 – $670, 000

Profit 1= – $70, 000        (decifit)

 

Case 2: Discontinue producing and selling product x

Since there is no income but there is unavoidable fixed
cost of $50,000, therefore:

Profit 2 = – $50, 000       (deficit)

 

The company’s overall net operating income would be the
change in profit (deficit in this case):

Net operating income = Profit 2 – Profit 1

Net operating income = – $50, 000 – (- $70, 000)

Net
operating income = $20, 000


 


Therefore
discontinuing product x would result in an increase in the overall net
operating income by $20,000 per month.

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Elliot’s kitchen, a small diner chain in indianapolis, expanded by purchasing four existing stores. one of the stores was located in a lower-class community unlike the store’s typical upscale customer demographic. rather than sell the property, the owners decided they had a_____ to provide a neighborhood diner to that community.

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We know that Profit = Earnings  – Cost

Case 1: Sold as is

Profit = (300 fans* $20/fan) – (300 fans*
$55/fan)

Profit = – $10, 500 (deficit)

 

Case 2: Processed further then sell

Profit = (300 fans* $90/fan) – [(300 fans*
$55/fan)
+ (300 fans* $40/fan)]

Profit = – $1, 500 (deficit)

 

Since Case 2 has lower deficit, then it is better to
process the fans further then sell to normal selling price.

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