Unformatted text preview: involve cash, but they reduce the company’s net income on the books. Me I would be most interested in the cash flow because it is one way measure and evaluating a company, it is important because it focuses on actual operations and eliminates one-time expenses and non-cash charges. But and investor should also review the balance sheet, a nalyzing how the balance sheet changes over time will reveal important information about the company's business trends. You can also monitor the company’s ability to collect revenues, how well they manage their inventory, and even assess their ability to satisfy creditors and stockholders....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course ACCT 230 taught by Professor Yates during the Winter '09 term at Arizona.
- Winter '09