Dara's Dilemma

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DARA’S DILEMMA
Based on the details provided in the case, the major problem seen, in this case, is the Dara's dilemma regarding whether to hold the stocks of Casinos International or sell them. If she sells the shares now, the can earn $54 per share. In other case, if she holds the stocks and the company get the permission to open the floating casino, then she can sell it for $60 per share while in the worst scenario, the price of the stock will fall together with the bearish market.

Alternative 1:
Investing in the IPO of Tech Company could be a good decision unless there is a good possibility of growth in the market. This investment could be the profitable as the technology companies are growing rapidly. They can earn good profits and the profit margins in these types of companies are good. NewestHighTech.com has received early financing, and it has found its new client who is using its chip to manufacture the cell phones. Therefore, in this situation this can be a profitable investment. Nevertheless, if the economy is going to face the downturn, then the investment could be the nightmare. The tech industry will be hit hard in case the economy faces recession. The mobile phones sales will be reduced as the result of which the company's chips sale will be affected leading to low profit.

Alternative 2:
The alternative of buying the Casinos stock remains to be the midpoint. The stocks can go high if the court grants the permission for the floating casino. If the permission is deferred by the court, then the company will lose the profitable investment opportunity. This restriction will not relay the positive message for the investors as the company will have to sacrifice its profit opportunity. In this case, the price of the company's stock will follow the downside movement together with the economy. So, this investment can be the decision creating loss.…...

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