Leadership reinvest in the student funding for America
As a new investment manager of financial aid in the United States educational system, I would propose a different position for the government to reinvest in the student funding for America. We will review the basis of this decision in my analysis fighting for increased funding. The United States Educational system needs to funding allocation is an investment strategy blended into a unique art and science used to diversify portfolios of government programs for calculated returns.
An evaluation of categories, classes, and types of investments determine approximately 85% of a portfolio’s success in the market. Government strategists suggest an end of the tax cut could cause novice investors as well as seasoned investors to capitalize their investments by analyzing each program’s effectiveness through shares with intensive research and assistance from professional brokers. Our government’s portfolio’s diversification should reflect our specific needs and wants for financial security for students within the educational system.
The cornerstone of funding is our investment strategy is the risk of an investment and the risk tolerance of the system. For example, New Zealand’s strategies include immediate funding through governmental means by projecting costs effectively (Ministry of Education, 2005, p.1).
At one institute, the government invested $27 million to increase globalization means to strengthen their presence in the market (Ministry of Education, p.1). Our toleration and uncertainty or complete lost of investments in some programs have triggered concerns from secondary schools. Financial aid issues have risen since the 2001 election of President Bush. According to statistics, the tax cuts have hindered our nation’s ability to cover the No Child Left Behind program and other programs needed for pre-school efforts.
We, the nation, has experienced high risk methods that tend to invest in stocks for new grants just appearing on the market, but may show promise in the future. Calculate the potential risk of each investment strategy then consider which risk we are willing to take. All of our assets (back funding, budgeting, and programs) should never allocate into one segment of our portfolio. Our educational systems should diversify its present allocations to strengthen weak areas within the system. Stock investments are the core to the educational portfolio of our nation. Methodologies have always been investors and sponsors invest in the basis of each program. With funding low, there are breaks in the supplementations to programs that could increase the nation’s return on investment (ROI).
In contrast, it is apparent that students must receive financial aid in the university systems in order to better our New Economy of advanced technologies. Not to brush the issue too much, but our economic environment is not in its best standings right now. In numerous programs such as Advance Placement of its Innovation and Improvement programs for educational facilities. The lack of $82,217 of funding may leave gifted students out of more opportunities to gain leverage in the global marketing (Mallard, 2006, p.2). The budgeting issue should pertain to gaining a stronger stance in the world’s advancement in each economical standard.
What are we looking for in ways of more funding? Is our government looking for short- or long-term returns? The economical climate has stripped our hope in identifying more important methods. If our government uses stocks and bonds as valuable assets our advantages as investors. For example, we could gain a more logical perspective by analyzing funding methods as an investment portfolio with bonds and mutual funds. The following scenarios explain the highly effectiveness to allocate funds appropriately.
In the aspect of education, will the funding for innovation and improvement programs receive more favorable votes if the nation capitalizes on the leading program? We could expect a great ROI from improving the aspects of the educational systems that are causing certain areas a lacking stance in the market. Our projects could be a little off if we expect a 100% return from the direct funding.
Retired investors will enjoy investing in company bonds because they will receive interest rates until the bond reaches maturity. Will we have puts, calls, and average advancement opportunities available, or principle payments available? The new methodology may place our system in a more favorable stance if we incorporate foreign companies to invest in our educational systems.
Our economic environment makes it hard to recycle funds into our system when money is tight and the Federal Bank does not print enough. An effective investment strategy includes a variety of bonds included in an investor’s portfolio. Are the mutual funds coordinated with our progression goals? An educational fund is a collaboration of dozens to hundreds of tax regulations with potential to grow in some degree. Program managers should give investors a report of the companies that will be considered for investments.
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