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Jason Wilcox Assignment 3 Investing P6.3 Assuming the Kracked Pottery had $2.5 Million in assets, $1.8 million is collected debt, and $200,000 in preferred stock; their book value would be $500,000. If the same numbers were used and Kracked Potter had 50,000 in outstanding common stock the book value per share would be $10 per share Case 6.2 A. Wally’s present investment program is on the conservative side and he does not have much risk in his portfolio. He has minimal knowledge in the market thus making him want to invest in something that has worked for him in the past. He also does not have a lot of time to track his investments due to his career. However his investment program fits his objectives allowing his nest egg to continue to grow just not at a large rate. Although Wally feels his financial needs are being met now by utilizing an investment banker Wally’s portfolio could increase substantially. B. 1. Annual dividend per share: 2007-$1.95 2008-$2.04 2009-$2.15 2010-$2.42 2011-$2.75 2. If the prices were realized from the expected rates Wally was expecting in 2007
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