Definition The earning power of assets measured as the ratio of the net income (profit less depreciation) to the average capital employed (or equity capital) in a company or project. Expressed usually as a percentage, return on investment is a measure of profitability that indicates whether or not a company is using its resources in an efficient manner. For example, if the long-term return on investment of a company is lower than its cost-of-capital, then the company will be better off by liquidating its assets and depositing the proceeds in a bank. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/return-on-investment-ROI.html#ixzz4G1MEA1AY
Let’s just say that I actually do work from home as an online investor, and since according to Bill Gates and his brand ambassador Jacqueline Howard, investing in women and girls is the key to economic prosperity and the alleviation of poverty in the New Global Economy, and it is plainly evident that hundreds of millions of women and girls on the planet are actively spending their time and energy seeking to attain an investment of some type (Likes, Follows,Comments, etc.) on their preferred online social networking service of choice, we have to give a shout out to the young Fifth Harmony sisters for demonstrating what is the most ideal investment choice for individuals who are looking to attain a positive return on their investments that makes great business sense, and now we have a scale model to go by, moving forward and upward into the month of August and the rest of the 2016 Summer.
And with that said, it’s on with the show, because the show must go on!
A “Know Biz Like Showbiz” perspective to consider.