Allie measured her foot Essay

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Allie measured her foot

Allie measured her foot and it was 21cm long, and then she measured her Mother’s foot, and it was 24cm long. “I must have big feet, my foot is nearly as long as my Mom’s!” But then she thought to measure heights, and found she is 133cm tall, and her Mom is 152cm tall. In a table this is:
The “foot-to-height” ratio in fraction style is:

So the ratio for Allie is 21 : 133
By dividing both values by 7 we get 21/7 : 133/7 = 3 : 19
And the ratio for Mom is 24 : 152
By dividing both values by 8 we get 24/8 : 152/8 = 3 : 19
The simplified “foot-to-height” ratios are now:
Allie:

“Oh!” she said, “the Ratios are the same”.
“So my foot is only as big as it should be for my height, and is not really too big.” The following assignment illustrates the process a company initiates in order to implement a successful integrated marketing communications strategy.

Please read the “Integrated Marketing Communcations at Ogden Publications” case study (page 524-525). After reading the case, please answer the Critical Thinking questions at the end of the case study. In addition, after watching the video, “Integrated Marketing Communications at Ogden Publications,” located in the Week 9 Resources area. Answer the following:

What are the challenges of maintaining a consistent look and feel across different media? What are the editorial and design differences between a Web magazine and a print magazine? What in-house marketing groups have to coordinate efforts to plan and execute Ogden’s IMC campaigns and activities? Your assignment should be at least 1-2 pages in length.

The following assignment illustrates the process a company initiates in order to implement a successful integrated marketing communications strategy. 1. Please read the “Integrated Marketing Communcations at Ogden Publications” case study (page 524-525). 2. After reading the case, please answer the Critical Thinking questions at the end of the case study. In addition, after watching the video, “Integrated Marketing Communications at Ogden Publications,” located in the Week 9 Resources area. Answer the following: What are the challenges of maintaining a consistent look and feel across different media? What are the editorial and design differences between a Web magazine and a print magazine? What in-house marketing groups have to
coordinate efforts to plan and execute Ogden’s IMC campaigns and activities? Your assignment should be at least 1-2 pages in length.

Week 9: Week Nine – Class Discussion Week 9: Week Nine – Class Discussion

Class Discussion
Graded Activity: Class Discussion (25 points)
Instructional Objectives for this activity:
Describe the types of bonds and how their sales price is determined Bonds can be classified based on their features, including security, timing of payment of the principal, and identification of ownership. This week’s discussion will focus on types of bonds and the determination of the sales price of the bonds.

Please respond to all of the following prompts in the class discussion section of your online course:

Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? The minimum expectation for class discussions is to respond directly to each part of the discussion prompt and to respond to at least two other posts, either by a student or instructor, by the end of the week:

Submit one main post responding directly to each part of the discussion prompt. This should be a substantive response to the topic(s) in your own words, referencing what you have discovered in your required reading and other learning activities. For citation guidelines, please refer to the table in the APA Style section of the syllabus. Reply to at least two posts. Responses can be made to students or to your instructor. Responses
to other individuals’ posts should:

Expand on their ideas.
Discuss the differences between your thoughts and theirs.
Explain why you agree or disagree.

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Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Sort by Read/Unread Sort by Response Sorted Ascending, click to sort descending Sort by Author Sort by Date/Time* Collapse Mark as Read WELCOME TO WEEK 9!!!!!! Instructor Drakopoulou 9/7/2013 9:26:59 AM

Our Week 9 discussion begins today. When posting your main response, be sure that you address all questions.

In Question 1, we will be exploring the bond features including security, timing of payment of the principal, identification of ownership, types of bonds and the determination of the sales price of the bonds.

In Question 2, we will be discussing the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation.

I’ll look forward to some fantastic discussions this week!

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion(Week 9) Rosatta Hudson 9/10/2013 9:28:53 AM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. (a). Colchester International Bond Fund

United States (New York) (New York)
Industry Finance
Funding History: October ,16 2012 $307,000,000
August , 4 2010 undisclosed amount Director: Keith Lloyd
Director: Mamak Shahbazi
Director, Executive officer: Edward Wong
The type of bond that I think this is Security Bond

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? (a). I would choose convertible bonds ( and it is because it allows you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation) And I would determine the sale price based on the investment that I have made into this company . Meaning the material that I have purchase in order to make this business work, the time that I have also invested to running a successful business this all would play a big factor into what my price would be. Because you have to think about this is your pride and joy this is what has made you
what you are today you can’t let it go for any amount of money you have to put the time and energy into making the best discussion for your family.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? (a). Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future (b). Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Instructor Drakopoulou 9/11/2013 10:51:29 PM
Dear Rosatta,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Can you explain the difference between corporate bonds and stock from the standpoint of the issuing corporation?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 5:50:44 AM
I think that the stock the represent the money that the corporation has invested into the company and the bond are the company that are willing to invest time as well as money into the business to help it grow

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:47:11 AM
great post i like how you described stocks and bonds. i understan.d the differences a bit more

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:53:03 AM
Rosatta,
You did a great job with the class discussion on this week! I like how you added the history of your findings in the discussion, by you doing this it helped me out a lot!

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Penny Eccles 9/13/2013 4:48:37 PM
Great post. I like how you described the stocks and bonds. I understand it better now.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:02:13 PM
Good job I wasn’t sure about it you explained where I understand it better now.

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Collapse Mark as Read cd Shareta Holiday 9/11/2013 12:15:51 PM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would
you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a type of bond for my company it will be secured bond because this is when a company is backed up by specific corporate assets…… I would determine the sale price by for finding out the face value then I will determine the interest that will charge on the face value of the investment. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bonds are written promises to pay a specific amount of money at a specific time and a debt of corporation. Stock represent corporate ownership or equity there is no promise to pay any specific amount of money back.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Cassie Leuschen 9/11/2013 7:56:57 PM
Great company to research, cell phone companies are so huge right now, good post and good job!

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:44:13 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

i chose verizon because i like how there technology networks are always up to date and always new phones coming out. it was good to see the bonds for verizon.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a type of bond for my company it will be secured bond because this is when a company is backed up by specific corporate assets. I would determine the
sale price by for finding out the face value.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bonds are written promises to pay a specific amount of money at a specific time and a debt of corporation. Stock represent corporate ownership or equity there is no promise to pay any specific amount of money back. www.stocksandbonds.com

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:06:35 PM
Dear Tiffany,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. How is Premium on Bonds Payable shown on the balance sheet? How is

Discount on Bonds Payable shown?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read Dear Cassie Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:09:24 PM
Dear Cassie

How is the periodic interest expense affected by the amortization of the

premium on bonds payable?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Instructor Drakopoulou 9/11/2013 10:52:34 PM
Dear Shareta,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Will a bond sell at a discount or at a premium if the stated rate is greater than the market rate on the bond? If the stated rate is less than the market rate?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:45:20 AM
great post. i also picked verizon because of the technoogy and they are always up to date with things. great post.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:57:05 AM
Shareta,

It looks like we may have researched the same company! You did a really good job, you had some things that I didn’t in mine and it helped me out.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:11:38 PM
That mean you both on the same page and have the same ideas.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 12:15:45 PM Very good post this week I enjoy reading your post every week

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion Week 9 Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:50:24 AM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, and the sales price of the bond. Black Rock is the company that purchased a bond from Verizon Wireless, the bond amount is 49 billion, this is a secured bond, and the sale price was 13 billion.

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a secured bond, because it is backed up by specific assets, such as a home or business. The sales price can be determined based on the investment that was made into this company.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date. A stock is corporate ownership or equity there is no money promised to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 12:12:38 PM
Very good post this week, great ideas and I agree with you. I would get a secured bond as well, simply because I want to make sure my money is safe

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Collapse Mark as Read Dear Chiedeka Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:07:57 PM

Dear Chiedeka,

How is the amount of bond premium or discount to be amortized in a period

determined using the straight-line method?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Dear Chiedeka Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 9:25:51 PM
“In some circumstances the profession permits an exception to the conceptually appropriate method of determining interest for bond issues. A company is allowed to determine interest indirectly by allocating a discount or a premium equally to each period over the term to maturity—if doing so produces results that are not materially different from the usual (and preferable) interest method. The decision should be guided by whether the straight-line method recording interest each period at the same dollar amount. would tend to mislead investors and creditors in the particular circumstance.

By the straight-line method, the discount in Illustration 14-2 and Graphic 14-4 would be allocated equally to the six semiannual periods (three years):

Allocating the discount or premium equally over the life of the bonds by the straight-line method results in a constant dollar amount of interest each period. An amortization schedule, then, would serve little purpose.” I do not quite understand this though, could you explain in plain English for me please? Reference: http://connect.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0077328787/student_view0/ebook/chapter14/chbody1/the_straight-line_method_a_practical_expediency.htm

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Penny Eccles
9/13/2013 4:51:58 PM
Great post I like how you described stocks and bonds.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 7:50:13 PM
I read your post and I never knew that about that company that good to know. I dint know that Verizon wireless was a bonded company

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:04:44 PM
Dear Wendy,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Explain the meaning of a bond price quotation of 95. Of 102.

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:11:01 AM
Hi Wendy,

My preference would be to receive a bond instead of stock. The value of the bond would be paid and with the stock you are not guaranteed the value because stock can drop dramatically.

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Collapse Mark as Read week 9 discussion Penny Eccles 9/13/2013
4:59:17 PM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Colchester International Bond Fund

United States (New York) (New York)
Industry Finance
Funding History: October ,16 2012 $307,000,000
August , 4 2010 undisclosed amount Director: Keith Lloyd
Director: Mamak Shahbazi
Director, Executive officer: Edward Wong
The type of bond that I think this is Security Bond

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose convertible bonds (it is because it allows you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation). I would determine the sale price based on the investment that I have made into this company . Meaning the material that I have purchased in order to make this business work, the time that I have also invested to running a successful business this all would play a big factor into what my price would be. Because you have to think about this is your pride and joy this is what has made you what you are today you can’t let it go for any amount of money you have to put the time and energy into making the best discussion for your family.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 7:52:46 PM
I read your post it has variable information for this class assignment it gives us ideal about bonding

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:05:27 PM
Dear Penny,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. What accounts are affected when bonds are issued at face value?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Courtney Robinson 9/14/2013 11:53:46 AM
Great Post! Good job on your example of a company that got funding from a bond. Good point a convertible bond it does allow you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation. You are right you should determine the sale price based on the investment that you made into the company. I agree with you a bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future and a stock does represent corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid.

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Collapse Mark as Read CD WK 9 Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 9:31:20 PM Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

· If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why?

I would choose a secured bond, because it is backed up by specific assets, such as a home or business. The sales price can be determined based on the investment that was made into this company.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: CD WK 9 Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:13:08 AM Hi Chiedeka,

I agree that a secured bond is the way to go. Also, I think the bond should be registered so that you would know all who owns them.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: CD WK 9 Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:13:44 PM
great post I came acroos the same artcle about Verizon

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Collapse Mark as Read Week 9 Class Discussion Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:05:03 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond.

Pimco and BlackRock Incorporated are companies that received funding from a bond. The amount of the bond was $49 billion, the type of bond was a registered bond and the sale price of the bond was for BPimco was $8 billion and for Blackrock was $13 billion.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why?

If I had to choose a type of bond for my company to issue I would choose would be a registered bond. My reason is that it is recorded in my corporate records so that I would know all the owners within my corporation. I would determine the sales price by the market value. The reason is the market value of the bond could fluctuate. It makes the bonds more valuable.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation?

The biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation is that bonds are issued for debt securities and stocks are issued for equity securities. Bonds are not sold like stock which could be sold over the counter and are less risky than stocks.

Reference
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323392204579071272388990370.html

http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/difference-between-bond-stock-market.asp

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Week 9 Class Discussion Courtney Robinson
9/14/2013 11:47:38 AM
Great Post! Good Job on your example of a company that got funding from a bond. I choose a secured bond but after reading what you said about a registered bond it is good to because it is recorded in the corporate records so that you can know all the owners of the corporation. You are right you can determine the sales price of the market value. Good point the biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation is that bonds are issued for debt securities and stocks are issued for equity securities.

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion Courtney Robinson 9/14/2013 11:39:08 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Company Name: PimCo

Amount of the Bond: $49 million
Type of Bond: Unsecured Bond
Sales Price of Bond: $8 million

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a secured bond because it is backed by specific corporate assets, which is a form of a collateral on the loan. I would determine the sales price by the market value and the investment of the company.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money or a specific future date. A stock represents corporate ownership or equity; there is no promise to pay any definite amount of money.

Reference:
Heintz, J.A. & Parry, Jr., R.W.(2011). College accounting(20th ed.). United States of America: South-Western: Cengage Learning.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:21:41 PM
a secured bond is a good bond to choose be cause of the corporate assets.

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Collapse Mark as Read Main Post Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:00:59 PM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. AT&T bond is 50 million dollars, this is a secured bond, and the sale price was 15 billion.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I pick secured because it plays a big role in a company and business.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A stock is a share of a company, or a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation’s assets and earnings.

A bond is a debt investment with which the investor loans money to an entity (company or government) that borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a specified interest rate.

Stock = equity
Bond = debt

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Collapse Mark as Read Main Post Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:11:55 PM
From doing a search online I found Pacific Investment Management Co. and BlackRock Inc bought $billion of a corporate bond deal. If i had to choose a type a bond its would be a Corporate bonds. Companies sell debt through the public securities markets just as they sell stock. A company has a lot of flexibility as to how much debt it can issue and what interest rate it will pay, although it must make the bond attractive enough to interest investors or no one will buy them. The biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Stocks, or shares of stock are ownerships interest in a corporation. Bonds are a form of long-term debt in which the issuing corporation promises to pay the principal amount at a specific date.Stocks pay dividends to the owners, but only if the corporation declares a dividend. Dividends are a distribution of a corporation’s profits. Bonds pay interest to the bondholders.

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Class Discussion
Graded Activity: Class Discussion (25 points)
Instructional Objectives for this activity:
Describe the types of bonds and how their sales price is determined Bonds can be classified based on their features, including security, timing of payment of the principal, and identification of ownership. This week’s discussion will focus on types of bonds and the determination of the sales price of the bonds.

Please respond to all of the following prompts in the class discussion section of your online course:

Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. If you had to
choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? The minimum expectation for class discussions is to respond directly to each part of the discussion prompt and to respond to at least two other posts, either by a student or instructor, by the end of the week:

Submit one main post responding directly to each part of the discussion prompt. This should be a substantive response to the topic(s) in your own words, referencing what you have discovered in your required reading and other learning activities. For citation guidelines, please refer to the table in the APA Style section of the syllabus. Reply to at least two posts. Responses can be made to students or to your instructor. Responses to other individuals’ posts should:

Expand on their ideas.
Discuss the differences between your thoughts and theirs.
Explain why you agree or disagree.

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To post your main response to this topic, click the blue Respond button below. To respond to a classmate or your instructor, click the blue Respond button below his/her post.

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Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Sort by Read/Unread Sort by Response Sorted Ascending, click to sort descending Sort by Author Sort by Date/Time* Collapse Mark as Read WELCOME TO WEEK 9!!!!!! Instructor Drakopoulou 9/7/2013 9:26:59 AM

Our Week 9 discussion begins today. When posting your main response, be sure that you address all questions.

In Question 1, we will be exploring the bond features including security, timing of payment of the principal, identification of ownership, types of bonds and the determination of the sales price of the bonds.

In Question 2, we will be discussing the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation.

I’ll look forward to some fantastic discussions this week!

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion(Week 9) Rosatta Hudson 9/10/2013 9:28:53 AM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. (a). Colchester International Bond Fund

United States (New York) (New York)
Industry Finance
Funding History: October ,16 2012 $307,000,000
August , 4 2010 undisclosed
amount Director: Keith Lloyd
Director: Mamak Shahbazi
Director, Executive officer: Edward Wong
The type of bond that I think this is Security Bond

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? (a). I would choose convertible bonds ( and it is because it allows you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation) And I would determine the sale price based on the investment that I have made into this company . Meaning the material that I have purchase in order to make this business work, the time that I have also invested to running a successful business this all would play a big factor into what my price would be. Because you have to think about this is your pride and joy this is what has made you what you are today you can’t let it go for any amount of money you have to put the time and energy into making the best discussion for your family.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? (a). Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future (b). Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Instructor Drakopoulou 9/11/2013 10:51:29 PM
Dear Rosatta,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Can you explain the difference between corporate bonds and stock from the standpoint of the issuing corporation?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 5:50:44 AM
I think that the stock the represent the money that the corporation has invested into the company and the bond are the company that are willing to invest time as well as money into the business to help it grow

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:47:11 AM
great post i like how you described stocks and bonds. i understan.d the differences a bit more

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:53:03 AM
Rosatta,
You did a great job with the class discussion on this week! I like how you added the history of your findings in the discussion, by you doing this it helped me out a lot!

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Penny Eccles 9/13/2013 4:48:37 PM
Great post. I like how you described the stocks and bonds. I understand it better now.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion(Week 9) Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:02:13 PM
Good job I wasn’t sure about it you explained where I understand it better now.

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Collapse Mark as Read cd Shareta Holiday 9/11/2013 12:15:51 PM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a type of bond for my company it will be secured bond because this is when a company is backed up by specific corporate assets…… I would determine the sale price by for finding out the face value then I will determine the interest that will charge on the face value of the investment. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bonds are written promises to pay a specific amount of money at a specific time and a debt of corporation. Stock represent corporate ownership or equity there is no promise to pay any specific amount of money back.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Cassie Leuschen 9/11/2013 7:56:57 PM
Great company to research, cell phone companies are so huge right now, good post and good job!

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:44:13 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a
bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

i chose verizon because i like how there technology networks are always up to date and always new phones coming out. it was good to see the bonds for verizon.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a type of bond for my company it will be secured bond because this is when a company is backed up by specific corporate assets. I would determine the sale price by for finding out the face value.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bonds are written promises to pay a specific amount of money at a specific time and a debt of corporation. Stock represent corporate ownership or equity there is no promise to pay any specific amount of money back. www.stocksandbonds.com

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:06:35 PM
Dear Tiffany,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. How is Premium on Bonds Payable shown on the balance sheet? How is

Discount on Bonds Payable shown?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read Dear Cassie Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:09:24 PM
Dear Cassie

How is the periodic interest expense affected by the amortization of the

premium on bonds payable?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Instructor Drakopoulou 9/11/2013 10:52:34 PM
Dear Shareta,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Will a bond sell at a discount or at a premium if the stated rate is greater than the market rate on the bond? If the stated rate is less than the market rate?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Tiffany Boyd 9/13/2013 11:45:20 AM
great post. i also picked verizon because of the technoogy and they are always up to date with things. great post.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:57:05 AM
Shareta,

It looks like we may have researched the same company! You did a really good job, you had some things that I didn’t in mine and it helped me out.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:11:38 PM
That mean you both on the same page and have the same ideas.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: cd Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 12:15:45 PM Very good post this week I enjoy reading your post every week

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion Week 9 Wendy Scott 9/13/2013 11:50:24 AM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, and the sales price of the bond. Black Rock is the company that purchased a bond from Verizon Wireless, the bond amount is 49 billion, this is a secured bond, and the sale price was 13 billion.

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a secured bond, because it is backed up by specific assets, such as a home or business. The sales price can be determined based on the investment that was made into this company.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date. A stock is corporate ownership or equity there is no money promised to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 12:12:38 PM
Very good post this week, great ideas and I agree with you. I would get a secured bond as well, simply because I want to make sure my money is safe

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Collapse Mark as Read Dear Chiedeka Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:07:57 PM

Dear Chiedeka,

How is the amount of bond premium or discount to be amortized in a period

determined using the straight-line method?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Dear Chiedeka Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 9:25:51 PM
“In some circumstances the profession permits an exception to the conceptually appropriate method of determining interest for bond issues. A company is allowed to determine interest indirectly by allocating a discount or a premium equally to each period over the term to maturity—if doing so produces results that are not materially different from the usual (and preferable) interest method. The decision should be guided by whether the straight-line method recording interest each period at the same dollar amount. would tend to mislead investors and creditors in the particular circumstance.

By the straight-line method, the discount in Illustration 14-2 and Graphic 14-4 would be allocated equally to the six semiannual periods (three years):

Allocating the discount or premium equally over the life of the bonds by the straight-line method results in a constant dollar amount of interest each period. An amortization schedule, then, would serve little purpose.” I do not quite understand this though, could you explain in plain English for me please? Reference: http://connect.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0077328787/student_view0/ebook/chapter14/chbody1/the_straight-line_method_a_practical_expediency.htm

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Penny Eccles 9/13/2013 4:51:58 PM
Great post I like how you described stocks and bonds.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 7:50:13 PM
I read your post and I never knew that about that company that good to know. I dint know that Verizon wireless was a bonded company

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:04:44 PM
Dear Wendy,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. Explain the meaning of a bond price quotation of 95. Of 102.

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Week 9 Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:11:01 AM
Hi Wendy,

My preference would be to receive a bond instead of stock. The value of the bond would be paid and with the stock you are not guaranteed the value because stock can drop dramatically.

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Collapse Mark as Read week 9 discussion Penny Eccles 9/13/2013 4:59:17 PM
1. Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Colchester International Bond Fund

United States (New York) (New York)
Industry Finance
Funding History: October ,16 2012 $307,000,000
August , 4 2010 undisclosed amount Director: Keith Lloyd
Director: Mamak Shahbazi
Director, Executive officer: Edward Wong
The type of bond that I think this is Security Bond

2. If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose convertible bonds (it is because it allows you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation). I would determine the sale price based on the investment that I have made into this company . Meaning the material that I have purchased in order to make this business work, the time
that I have also invested to running a successful business this all would play a big factor into what my price would be. Because you have to think about this is your pride and joy this is what has made you what you are today you can’t let it go for any amount of money you have to put the time and energy into making the best discussion for your family.

3. In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Rosatta Hudson 9/13/2013 7:52:46 PM
I read your post it has variable information for this class assignment it gives us ideal about bonding

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Instructor Drakopoulou 9/13/2013 9:05:27 PM
Dear Penny,

Thank you for your contribution to the discussion of the methods of accounting for bonds. What accounts are affected when bonds are issued at face value?

Veliota

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: week 9 discussion Courtney Robinson 9/14/2013 11:53:46 AM
Great Post! Good job on your example of a company that got funding from a bond. Good point a convertible bond it does allow you to exchange the bonds for capital stock of the corporation. You are right you should determine the sale price based on the investment that you made into the company. I agree with you a bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future and a stock does represent corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid.

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Collapse Mark as Read CD WK 9 Chiedeka Hargrove 9/13/2013 9:31:20 PM Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Verizon

$49 billion
secured bond $17 billion

· If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why?

I would choose a secured bond, because it is backed up by specific assets, such as a home or business. The sales price can be determined based on the investment that was made into this company.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Bond- is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money at a specific date in the future Stock- represents corporate ownership or equity there is no money promise to be paid.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: CD WK 9 Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:13:08 AM Hi Chiedeka,

I agree that a secured bond is the way to go. Also, I think the bond should be registered so that you would know all who owns them.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: CD WK 9 Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:13:44 PM
great post I came acroos the same artcle about Verizon

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Collapse Mark as Read Week 9 Class Discussion Shantra Perdue 9/14/2013 9:05:03 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond.

Pimco and BlackRock Incorporated are companies that received funding from a bond. The amount of the bond was $49 billion, the type of bond was a registered bond and the sale price of the bond was for BPimco was $8 billion and for Blackrock was $13 billion.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why?

If I had to choose a type of bond for my company to issue I would choose would be a registered bond. My reason is that it is recorded in my corporate records so that I would know all the owners within my corporation. I would determine the sales price by the market value. The reason is the market value of the bond could fluctuate. It makes the bonds more valuable.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation?

The biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation is that bonds are issued for debt securities and stocks are issued for equity securities. Bonds are not sold like stock which could be sold over the counter and are less risky than stocks.

Reference
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323392204579071272388990370.html

http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/difference-between-bond-stock-market.asp

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Week 9 Class Discussion Courtney Robinson 9/14/2013 11:47:38 AM
Great Post! Good Job on your example of a company that got funding from a bond. I choose a secured bond but after reading what you said about a registered bond it is good to because it is recorded in the corporate records so that you can know all the owners of the corporation. You are right you can determine the sales price of the market value. Good point the biggest distinction between stocks and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation is that bonds are issued for debt securities and stocks are issued for equity securities.

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Collapse Mark as Read Class Discussion Courtney Robinson 9/14/2013 11:39:08 AM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. Company Name: PimCo

Amount of the Bond: $49 million
Type of Bond: Unsecured Bond
Sales Price of Bond: $8 million

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I would choose a secured bond because it is backed by specific corporate assets, which is a form of a collateral on the loan. I would determine the sales price by the market value and the investment of the company.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A bond is a written promise to pay a specific sum of money or a specific future date. A stock represents corporate ownership or equity; there is no promise to pay any definite amount of money.

Reference:
Heintz, J.A. & Parry, Jr., R.W.(2011). College accounting(20th ed.). United States of America: South-Western: Cengage Learning.

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Collapse Mark as Read RE: Class Discussion Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:21:41 PM
a secured bond is a good bond to choose be cause of the corporate assets.

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Collapse Mark as Read Main Post Trista Boga 9/14/2013 4:00:59 PM
Do a quick search online for an example of a company that got funding from a bond. Report back to the class the name of the company, the amount of the bond, the type of bond, and the sales price of the bond. AT&T bond is 50 million dollars, this is a secured bond, and the sale price was 15 billion.

If you had to choose a type of bond for your company to issue, which would you choose? How would you determine the sales price? Why? I pick secured because it plays a big role in a company and business.

In your opinion, what is the biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? A stock is a share of a company, or a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation’s assets and earnings.

A bond is a debt investment with which the investor loans money to an entity (company or government) that borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a specified interest rate.

Stock = equity
Bond = debt

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Collapse Mark as Read Main Post Diahann Richardson 9/14/2013 7:11:55 PM
From doing a search online I found Pacific Investment Management Co. and BlackRock Inc bought $billion of a corporate bond deal. If i had to choose a type a bond its would be a Corporate bonds. Companies sell debt through the public securities markets just as they sell stock. A company has a lot of flexibility as to how much debt it can issue and what interest rate it will pay, although it must make the bond attractive enough to interest investors or no one will buy them.

The biggest distinction between stock and bonds from the perspective of the issuing corporation? Stocks, or shares of stock are ownerships interest in a corporation. Bonds are a form of long-term debt in which the issuing corporation promises to pay the principal amount at a specific date.Stocks pay dividends to the owners, but only if the corporation declares a dividend. Dividends are a distribution of a corporation’s profits. Bonds pay interest to the bondholders.

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