# Fight Finance

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Business people make lots of important decisions. Which of the following is the most important long term decision?

The investment decision primarily affects which part of a business?

The financing decision primarily affects which part of a business?

The working capital decision primarily affects which part of a business?

Payout policy is most closely related to which part of a business?

The expression 'cash is king' emphasizes the importance of having enough cash to pay your short term debts to avoid bankruptcy. Which business decision is this expression most closely related to?

The expression 'you have to spend money to make money' relates to which business decision?

Which of the following decisions relates to the current assets and current liabilities of the firm?

Which of the following statements is NOT correct?

The sayings "Don't cry over spilt milk", "Don't regret the things that you can't change" and "What's done is done" are most closely related to which financial concept?

In his survey paper from 1956, John Lintner stated: “A prudent foresighted management will always do its best to plan ahead in all aspects of financial policy to avoid getting into such uncomfortable situations where dividends have to be cut substantially below those which the company's previous practice would lead stockholders to expect on the basis of current earnings.”

This is a statement about which decision made by financial managers?

A company manager is thinking about the firm's book assets-to-equity ratio, also called the 'equity multiplier' in the Du Pont formula:

$$\text{Equity multiplier} = \dfrac{\text{Total Assets}}{\text{Owners' Equity}}$$

What's the name of the decision that the manager is thinking about? In other words, the assets-to-equity ratio is the main subject of what decision?

Note: Du Pont formula for analysing book return on equity:

\begin{aligned} \text{ROE} &= \dfrac{\text{Net Profit}}{\text{Sales}} \times \dfrac{\text{Sales}}{\text{Total Assets}} \times \dfrac{\text{Total Assets}}{\text{Owners' Equity}} \\ &= \text{Net profit margin} \times \text{Total asset turnover} \times \text{Equity multiplier} \\ \end{aligned}