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Two easy(?) Financial improvements (Kebir Blue)

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Bad Karma (White Giant)

Friday, November 05, 2004 - 07:55 pm Click here to edit this post
Risk should NOT be based on how much is already taken out. That is an unimportant number. Net income means yearly income-yearly costs (does not include costs from building up infrastructure or military) Interest rates should be the ratio

r*(total debt/(total cash+net income))=interest rate

If your taking loans it is because your country is in the negative already. The more loans you have, the more less your liquid cash as any cash on hand is negated by loans already given out. You might have 1T in cash on hand but 2T in debt. Your cash on hand should not be seen as 1T but rather -1T. That 1T in cash infact someone elses. The risk factor for someone who has no money of their own, and only money given to them via loans by another is incredibly high. The percentages show this. Should be happy it caps out at 12% and doesnt keep going beyond with a limitless ceiling.

Once upon a time you actually lost your country to rebellion if your debt was too high and your finances short. I do not believe that is true now however, havent gotten in that position to find out.

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