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    Join the word up into a story

    capital, stock, share, dividend, profit, shareholder, prosper
    for example:
    “If you want to run a small business, for example, a book store, you need 20000 RMB, but you haven’t enough capital to…you may ask 3 of your friends for help, each one of you will invest 5000, and now you will be issued stock. If you divide the book store in to 20000 shares, each share will be worth 1 RMB. Through the investment all your friends and yourself make get some dividends when the company are making profit…
    something like that, but better than that.


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    Smile Re: Join the word up into a story

    Quote Originally Posted by sallyhoudongmei View Post
    capital, stock, share, dividend, profit, shareholder, prosper
    for example:
    “If you want to run a small business, for example, a book store, you need 20000 RMB, but you haven’t enough capital to…you may ask 3 of your friends for help, each one of you will invest 5000, and now you will be issued stock. If you divide the book store in to 20000 shares, each share will be worth 1 RMB. Through the investment all your friends and yourself make get some dividends when the company are making profit…
    something like that, but better than that.

    I'm not clear if you want a "story" as your subject line says, or if you just want the words used in a sensible fashion, within the context of one idea.

    I'll supply the following, thinking along the lines of the context of one idea.



    Taxable capital gains frequently result from the selling of stock shares. If one holds shares, one might also collect dividends. This, too, is a form of profit which is taxable at a special rate. The sharehold is responsible for correct reporting of dividends earned, as well as accurate reporting of capital gains accrued on the sale of stocks. When a person chooses wisely, it is quite possible to prosper from the handling of money invested in this way.



    I'm quite sure others will have more ideas for you.

    Good luck.

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