Value: Page 2
Buying is fundamental to any investment's success. But what makes a good investment? Here are three things to look for when measuring the gap between the price you pay and the value you get.
Building my business with this principle front-and-center has helped our team thrive.
After several years of robust growth, the pandemic tailwinds, and many articles from us the market has finally caught on to the fact BJ's Wholesale Club (NYSE: BJ) is a...
A high P/E ratio isn't necessarily a deal breaker. It can simply mean the market expects rapid earnings growth in the future and is willing to bid up the price...
Rocky Brands (NASDAQ: RCKY) and Weyco Group (NASDAQ: WEYS) are two shoe manufacturers/retailers seeing strong demand. The two companies reported earnings simultaneously and reported near-identical results save for one minor...
Money is not always what it seems. You would do better aiming to earn purchasing power, not pursue more dollars.
Even if you've spent years in upper management and leadership, you'll need to keep developing your values so your personal and professional lives align.
Every business is unique, and there is no universal template, but some ideas may be helpful for other entrepreneurs and their teams.
You're probably pricing your products and services the wrong way.
Keeping clients is cheaper than finding new ones.
It's natural to think of costs as necessary and to focus on covering them. But a better plan is to focus on value. (Costs are, ultimately, chosen.)
The local pizza place isn't do custom pricing, so why are you?
If you can come up with a truly unique idea, this is a gateway to success with enormous potential. With no competition, you'd have exclusive access to your target customers. But truly unique ideas are rare.
The music-biz duo discuss how to thrive as artists and as entrepreneurs.