| Friday, October 10, 2008 - 11:39 pm |
My bad, what I meant by stockpiling is using the "reserve monthly production"
That way, after that month's gone, you're fine, and if you're ever short on supplies (provided you have all the corps in a supply chain) you can manually transfer things around.
Another thing ira, there's another very valid reason to stockpile, especially on new-corps, which I cannot get into, as the CFO's of NeXXuS and Omnipian Securities would sue my a$$ for betraying company secrets.
*CFO - Chief Financial Officer*
Now, a question about "automatic transfers". The money goes to the Enterprise that owns the corp, right? And, in case of public corps, gets split along shareholders?
I have this MAJOR problem with those automatics - not so much for the private corps, but for publics, THEY ARE A PEST!
I have a corporation, that, after an PO, had ~200B. The profit transfer is set to zero, and the corp makes, roughly, 2B per month. Next day,
(6 months, LU time), this is the conversation:
CEO (me): what is the cash situation?
CFO: Oh, that; well, CEO, its.. ahem... er... *very softly spoken* 26B SC$ *cough, cough*
*tables are smashed, computers fly out company HQ balconies*
I assume the money went into dividents to the shareholders, and, in private case, I wouldn't mind. The problem is, i like having ~40B-50B liquidity in my corporations. ESPECIALLY public ones, since I can't just put cash into them. Why would they pay out dividents, to drop their liquidity below, 40B ??