NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- One of the things that I enjoy the most about the financial markets is that there are few "gray" areas. More than any other business, what you see is usually what you get.You can look at debt on one side and equity (if you're lucky) on the other. On one page there is either a profit or a loss. The financial scale will always favor one side over the other -- that's why it's called a balance sheet.
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