Standardize Your Processes to Produce Best Results by Donald Bryant
... The best way
to calculate it is either in a spreadsheet or on a calculator. For example, the
standard deviation for the numbers 8, 12, 1, 4 and 5 is 4.18. For the group 5, 5, 5,
5, and 5 the standard deviation is 0, since there is no variety. So, when you are
trying to standardize a process, see if you cannot find some significant measure
that reflects the process and try to reduce the standard deviation as much as
possible. In fact, this is the heart of Six Sigma—reduce the standard ...
Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping by Donna MacMillan
... I don't think you would keep them for very long, but a free lance bookkeeper is able to work around these variables and even more importantly expects to work with flexible schedules. So have I convinced you yet? If so, then just remember "you will get what you pay for". Go for top quality because your financial records are the core of your business and without great bookkeeping you cannot expect to succeed no matter what type of business you have.
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... Investing is graphs, moving averages, annual reports, company statements, calculators and work. Not so sexy. It's kind of like being an accountant but with marginally more life and a few graphs. But the great thing about investment is that in the long run, you decide whether you'll be successful or not. The harder you work at it, the luckier you will be. If you are just starting out, think about YOU first, not the market or companies. Decide on what you want to specialise on, whether the ...
The Truth About Doublers by David Congreave
... It doesn’t take a mathematical genius to work out that if you put any number in a calculator and multiply the result by 2 over and over, the number grows exponentially. Even the most avidly promoted Doubler will collapse when the number of new investors required to sustain the program becomes unachievable. If you are tempted to speculate on these programs, please remember this one important point: The money you receive comes ultimately from the people that lose their investment.
Make Money With No Investment - How To Make Little Money Into Big Money by Jack Reynolds
... That is get a calculator and type in 100 then the multiplication symbol then the figure 2 and repeat 12 times. You will find you will grow it into just under half a million dollars if you can continue to double your money every month. If you start with $200 then your final result at the end of 12 months will be nearly $1 million dollars. Excess intrinsic value is everywhere, spare money lying around just waiting to be scooped up by you. All you have to do is find the right utility and ...
History of the Computer - Computers and Technology by Michael Cooper
... Financial help from the British Government was attained and Babbage started fabrication of a difference engine in 1823. It was intended to be steam powered and fully automatic, including the printing of the resulting tables, and commanded by a fixed instruction program. The difference engine, although having limited adaptability and applicability, was really a great advance. Babbage continued to work on it for the next 10 years, but in 1833 he lost interest because he thought he had a ...
GED Programs and the GED: A Value Beyond Basic Skills Proficiency by Michael Ormsby
... And these abilities are certainly indicated by other benefits reflected in studies of GED holders, which extend to their employment and financial security, to their families and even communities. According to research:
People without a GED or high school diploma find it difficult to progress beyond low-wage jobs, and research shows the climb from poverty toward economic security is linked to continuing education and includes GED accreditation. According to ACE research, two-thirds of GED ...
Yes You Can Trade Stocks and Options Like a Pro by Anatole Raif
... The Position Size Calculator is a calculator that uses parameters you set to determine the correct number of shares you should trade for each investment you are considering as well as the risk/reward ratio and total profit potential if your target is met. In the MSFT example the risk/reward is actually pretty good at 3.0 ($3 up and $1 down). The total profit for the trade is $3,000.00 (not including commissions) which is a 12% gain. That’s not bad for a homegamer.