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the medical field, using the capital budget, impacts operations, and in turn would have a higher impact on cash flow in and out of the organization. Reading through everything I could find related to Cryo-Cell International INC, if I had to make financial suggestions for the long- and short-term goals of the organization, increase revenue without increasing the cost of prices for cord banking. I think this can be done if Cryo-Cell International INC lowered servicing costs, this could increase traffic and clients, this can be done without having to reduce production costs and additional unforeseen expenditures. To be competitive, I’d use a P/E ratio (price-earnings), this tool essentially “compares” other companies that work within the same industry, an example, when one optometry practice advertises a free eye exam with a pair of glasses and another practice offers a free eye exam with a pair glasses and upgraded lenses. This means, to me, an organization that can have a higher P/Eratio means that its more invested or more worthy/expensive vs. a company that has a lower P/E ratio. Cryo-Cell International INC has the lowest P/E ratio (Cryo-Cell, n.d.), at 144.9%, divided by shares at 3.00, stock costs 0.483.
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