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The State of the Private Equity Market

Private Equity Markets

Private Equity Markets

The private equity market is showing great promise for 2015 and beyond. The choices for new ideas and business concepts are seemingly endless, the entrepreneurs are eager to get their start-ups running and the loan rates are relatively low. Investors have the potential to make huge profits from smart new tech companies that aim to make life easier for consumers. By focusing on a select group of start-ups, venture capitalists can expect to spend more money on fewer investments, but they can also expect a bigger return for their money. Read the rest of this entry

The Current State of Venture Capital in the World

Venture Capital in the World

Venture Capital in the World

Last year brought many changes to the state of venture capital around the world. The fact is that fewer deals were actually made. The interesting part, however, is that the deals were made at a higher cost, showing an increase over that of 2013. That growth has continued in 2015, mainly in terms of tech companies. The market hasn’t come close to being saturated with new, inventive ways to save time, save money or enhance social media usage as we know it. These areas still show promise worldwide for the near future. Read the rest of this entry

How Does VC Affect the Global Economy?

Globalization

Global Economy

As a venture capital firm, Effi Enterprises seeks out emerging businesses that are in need of the funding necessary to grow into a thriving, public company.  These early-stage companies have extreme potential for improvement, but assistance from a firm like Effi Enterprises is all they lack.  In exchange for equity in the company, venture capital firms will invest large amounts of financial capital into the startup to give it the boost necessary to become successful.  As an entrepreneur, Efraim Landa, the founder of Effi Enterprises, understands the importance of innovation and the promotion of small business to the overall success of the economy. Read the rest of this entry

What is Demand-Side Economics?

Supply and Demand Cartoon

Supply and Demand Cartoon

As a venture capital firm, Effi Enterprises seeks out emerging businesses that are in need of the funding necessary to grow into a thriving, public company.  These early-stage companies have extreme potential for improvement, but assistance from a firm like Effi Enterprises is all they lack.  In exchange for equity in the company, venture capital firms will invest large amounts of financial capital into the startup to give it the boost necessary to become successful.  In demand-side economic theory, the government must take action to stimulate the economy when it is need and give it the necessary boost for recovery.

Introduction to Demand-Side Economics

Demand-side economics is an economic theory characterized by the idea that economic growth will be created by increasing the demand for goods and services.  Also known as Keynesian economics, demand-side economics strives to stabilize the economy through using government intervention.  To stimulate the economy, demand-side economics suggests the government should lower taxes on the middle and working class and increase government spending.  To prevent inflation, the government should raise taxes and reduce their spending.  Proponents of demand-side theory believe that when the economy is in a recession or economic downturn, the government should step in and take action to stimulate it. Read the rest of this entry

What is Supply Side Economics?

 

lowering income tax

Taxable Income

Efraim Landa is an entrepreneur that has founded Effi Enterprises to assist early-stage businesses in obtaining the funding and managerial assistance necessary to propel them into a public company in ten years or less.  Effi Enterprises understands the importance of investment and production efficiency to the success of a business and the economy as a whole.  These are the principles that underlie Supply-Side Economics.

Introduction to Supply-Side Economics

Supply-side economics is a macroeconomic theory that emphasizes the importance of increasing the efficiency of production, or supply, as the key to an economy’s potential for long term growth.  It maintains that aggregate supply constitutes the primary driving and stabilizing forces in the economy.  Focusing on alleviating barriers to higher productivity in supply, supporters of this theory advocate for lowering marginal taxes and deregulating heavily regulated industries. Read the rest of this entry

What is Macroeconomics?

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

What is Macroeconomics? Macroeconomics is the study of economics on a large scale. The Economist’s Dictionary of Economics defines Macroeconomics as “The study of whole economic systems aggregating over the functioning of individual economic units. It is primarily concerned with variables which follow systematic and predictable paths of behavior and can be analyzed independently of the decisions of the many agents who determine their level. More specifically, it is a study of national economies and the determination of national income.”

Macroeconomics examines the economy as a whole. Things to think about when it comes to Macroeconomics are what causes the economy to grow over time, and what causes changes in the economy? These are questions that affect the economy as a whole. Macroeconomics can be best understood in contrast to microeconomics which considers the decisions made at an individual or firm level. Macroeconomics considers the larger picture. You must understand microeconomics to understand macroeconomics. Once we understand how one person, can affect the economy, we will then understand how it affect the larger scale of things. Read the rest of this entry

What is Microeconomics?

Microeconomics

Microeconomics

What is Microeconomics? Simply put, Microeconomics is the study of economics on a small scale. Economist’s Dictionary of Economics defines Microeconomics a bit more detailed, “The study of economics at the level of individual consumers, groups of consumers, or firms… The general concern of microeconomics is the efficient allocation of scarce resources between alternative uses but more specifically it involves the determination of price through the optimizing behavior of economic agents, with consumers maximizing utility and firms maximizing profit.”

Basically, microeconomics deals with economics decisions made on a micro level. Microeconomic decisions come from both firms and individuals; these firms and individuals are motivated by cost and how it benefits the economy. The cost that is concerned about in microeconomics is that of financial costs (average fixed costs and total variable costs), and opportunity costs. Read the rest of this entry