Lesson 11
Researching Companies

Applying economic reasoning, the students gather information about investment possibilities. They learn that the cost of acquiring information must be compared to the anticipated benefit the information will provide. The students recognize that among specialists there is intense competition to find information about companies. They select companies for their research by participating in a classroom drawing and by listing companies they know.


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