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What is the difference between a growth investor and a value investor?

The difference between a growth and value investor is that growth investors look towards the future while value investors look to the past. A growth investor believes that companies growing quickly will have god returns. The investor will pay according to how high the anticipated growth is. On the other hand, a value investor looks at financial statements to figure out an intrinsic value of the stock and then compare this figure to the current price of the stock. If the current price is lower than the value then the investor will buy to raise the market place to equal the intrinsic value price.

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What are some smart concepts from social entrepreneurship?


One of the 'smartest' concepts from social entrepreneurship is reinvesting 100% of the profits back into the business for the purpose of
increasing the reach of your product/service to create maximum positive impact. Because social enterprises are slaves to their mission rather than their investors,
they can afford to create the biggest, best business without promising high returns to their investors.

The implications of this are that social enterprises can become high growth, sustainable businesses at a faster rate than corporate enterprises.You can get the detail from.
http://www.EntrepreneursBest.com

Mar 21, 2014 | Mcgraw-Hill Social Entrepreneurship For...

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