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Fixed Assets and Inventory

Fixed Assets and Inventory

Fixed assets are long-term assets that a business uses to generate revenue, such as buildings or equipment. Inventory refers to the products a business has on hand to sell to customers. In our lemonade stand example, Ackman explains that the business will need to buy a lemonade stand for $300 (a fixed asset) and inventory such as lemons, sugar, and cups for $200.

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If you're new to finance and investing, you might feel overwhelmed by all the jargon and technical terms. However, understanding the basics can help you make informed decisions about your money. In this article, we'll explore the fundamentals of finance and investing using a simple example: a lemonade stand by William Ackman.

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