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attinkMatrerm : so just on average...
im new to this whole thinge so im not quite sure.
how much per month?
-including bills and food ect.


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Cnoefbc : Hi,
I would like to ask about how investing works for private companies.

Please consider this scenario:
Lets say 5 people decide to start a private company (pty ltd)
does that mean each person has 20% ownership of the company? (perhaps this is negotiated by the 5 people, but lets move away from that).
Now say that we wish to have investors inject money into our company, lets say.. 2 people decide to provide $500,000 each.

Now the problem is, is that i dont know how the ownership of the company is distributed.

Does this mean there are 7 owners of the company now?
so that each person receives (100/7)% of the company?

Also, are the original 5 people shareholders/directors? Please fix me up on this information
I am confused as who would be CEO, who would be the directors, and who would be shareholders

Thank you so much if you can help me!!!

(also i am referring to Australia's regulation, but please feel free to answer if you are in the US, i believe they have similar policies).
Thank you!!
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DubsLoorb : Ive got the funds to build a new school and have great contacts in the building business. i've always wanted to open one since the age of 15. I hope to cater over 1000 students from Nursery to Sixth form, but is their a simple way to apply?
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AnthonyCH : I'm currently a college student, i have an internship at an elite investment bank in NYC which i'll be doing a rotational internship between investment banking, investment management and private wealth management. I can't wait, it starts Monday. After i finish college i want to get the CFA degree because professionally i want to work as an asset portfolio manager at a high profile hedge fund preferably. Lets say after i get the CFA, do i have to start out working as a financial analyst first since CFA is an analyst degree and then i work my way up to portfolio management?
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Slolcadly : Here is the typical track for equities. This assumes that you excel at each level.

- Analyst (quantitative or fundamental) for several years
- Portfolio manager (long only) several more years
- Hedge Fund manager

The CFA charter has experience requirements in addition to passing the 3 exams.

It sounds like you have an excellent start. Be aware that many of the folks competing for the elite jobs also have MBA or MS Finance.
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Shietlewappal : Who gets better training and are they alike or not.
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GokGlarlAbort : Navy seals. What kind of question is this???
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ivanbyss : The Marine Corps does not have Tier One capabilities. The Navy SEALs have Tier One capabilities. Also, the SEALs have always been viewed as the apex of combat forces.
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Evarroria : Force Recon is a Special Operation Capable unit while the Navy SEALs are a Special Operation Force. Both have very different roles, Force Recon main role is Reconnaissance and they would be better trained in this role while SEALs are trained in areas like Direct Action. They aren't alike and the SEALs would get better funding because they are apart of SOCOM while Force Recon is not Special Operations and is apart of the Marine Corps and is funded by it.
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