Numerology is an ancient system of numbers that has been used for over five thousand years, and is used to gain a greater understanding of ourselves and our universe. The Chinese, Japanese, Hebrews, Greek, Phoenicians, Egyptians, early Christians, Mayans, and Incas all used numbers as a way of gaining knowledge of themselves and the world we live in. Numerology is used to describe the different life cycles we encounter on our journey, as well as give us some guidance with relationships, career, and opportunities and challenges that will arise. Everything in this world is considered to be vibrating energy, and the same rule applies to numbers. Volcker Rule. This rule prohibits proprietary (hedge-fund-like) trading at banks. Banks can engage in sales and trading, but the activity must expedite customer activity. All trading must be tied to customer flows. Banks can hold corporate bonds and equities, as long as they are eventually sold to customers. Banks, especially institutions with large trading desks and a recent history of occasional surges in trading profits, have responded in various ways. Many have reduced emphasis on trading, shed desks, and focused on fewer asset classes. Others have aimed to increase market share, while committed to making money from customer flow.
Because the number of business cards that would need to be made is usually quite high, they need to be as cheap as possible without looking bad quality, AND they must be reasonably quick to make. To save money, recycling materials is a great idea. Don’t scrimp on quality for the sake of just a few pence however – I am much more likely to take note of a quality card thickness and vivid print.
Businesses with limited certainty over future cashflow or short or non-existent track-records of delivering profits typically carry more risk (particularly if they have no assets to offer as security) and therefore are less suited to high levels of debt financing. However, even businesses that have a good track record may not be as suited to debt finance as they may think.