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## What is investment replacement?

**the INVESTMENT that is undertaken to replace a firm’s plant and equipment or an economy’s CAPITAL** STOCK, which have become worn out or obsolete. See CAPITAL CONSUMPTION.

## What is the difference between investment and gross investment?

**Net Investment**, on other hand, is the actual addition that is made to capital stock in a given period.

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Difference between Gross Investment and Net Investment.

Gross Investment | Net Investment |
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Does not consider depreciation for determining final value | Considers depreciation for determining final value |

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## What happens if gross investment is greater than depreciation?

If gross investment is consistently higher than depreciation, **the net investment figure will be positive**, indicating that the company’s productive capacity is increasing. If gross investment is consistently lower than depreciation, net investment will be negative, indicating that productive capacity is decreasing.

## When can gross investment be equal to net investment?

<br> Gross investment can be equal to net investment . True . It is possible when **depreciation** is zero.

## Which is real investment?

Real investment is **money that is invested in tangible and productive assets such as machinery and plant**, as opposed to investment in securities or other financial instruments.

## Which investment includes replacement investment gross or net?

It is the total spending on newly produced physical capital (fixed investment) and on inventories (inventory investment)—that is, gross investment—minus replacement investment, which simply replaces depreciated capital goods.

## What is the formula of net investment?

The formula for net investment is: **Net Investment = Capital Expenditures – Depreciation (non-cash)** In order to calculate the net investment of a company, you must first know the amount of capital expenditures and non-cash depreciation they have.

## What is the difference between gross investment and depreciation?

**Net investment** is the gross investment minus the depreciation on the existing capital. The gross investment is the total amount spent on goods to produce goods and services. While net investment is, the increase in productive stock.

## What is the formula of gross investment?

In measures of national income and output, “gross investment” (represented by the variable I ) is a component of gross domestic product (GDP), given in the formula **GDP = C + I + G + NX**, where C is consumption, G is government spending, and NX is net exports, given by the difference between the exports and imports, X − …

## How is NINV calculated?

NINV = **Purchase price + Annual depreciation expense**, which equals $16, 388. NINV = Purchase price + Shipping and.

## What is always true if net investment is negative?

If net investment is negative this means that **depreciation is greater than gross investment**, or more capital wears out than is produced so we would have a “declining economy”. If gross investment (all new capital that is produced) EQUALS depreciation (capital that wears out) then net investment will equal zero.

## How can I calculate depreciation?

How it works: **You divide the cost of an asset, minus its salvage value, over its useful life**. That determines how much depreciation you deduct each year.