Tag: business intelligence

Sick Business? The Prescription May Be With Subscriptions

How Can You Find Recurring Revenue? How can you simultaneously make your forecasting easier and improve the salability of your company? Figure out ways to turn as much of your revenue as possible into recurring revenue.  This may be with the use of renewable subscriptions or service contracts.  A few examples of models you can… Read more »

Buzzword of the Week: Baby Bills

Baby Bills

I remember when the old AT&T was broken up in the 1980s, so I was familiar with the Baby Bells that came out of that breakup. I was browsing on the Investopedia site recently, and saw the term “Baby Bills,” which at first I thought was a misspelling. Instead, I found that the term was… Read more »

Buzzword of the Week: Odious Debt

Odious debt

When I first came upon this term on the Investopedia site, I thought maybe it was referring to bonds that had been sitting in safe so long they’d developed mildew. But I was wrong, Instead, “Odious Debt” refers to money borrowed by one country from another country, which is then misappropriated by national rulers. A… Read more »

Buzzword of the Week: Fakeout

Fakeout

I love browsing through the Dictionary on the Investopedia website. I am forever running into financial terms I’d not heard of before. While browsing recently, I came on the term “Fakeout.” It turns out that Fakeout is a term used in technical analysis to refer to a situation in which a trader enters into a… Read more »