ACCT205 Final Financial Statement Analysis.docx

Overall conclusion thus knowledge of having chosen to

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Overall conclusion “Thus, knowledge of having chosen to pursue information encourages higher weighting of the information in subsequent decision making to avoid the dissonance that would occur between low information weights and the choice to pursue information” Nelson, & Tayler, (2007). Knowing how to feed from the balance statement can show what the future revenues, liabilities, and other cost would be. Although Dell has showed increases to decreases back to increases, means that they are taking advantage of the would of technology and getting more involved in the components of it, increasing revenue. With Dell ending 2007 over the previous year by $3 billion, and has had it financial losses, there is more gain and future gains predicted based on financial statements. It had a net income of $55 billion in the end, so the increases over the years up to date have been continuous. “During the quarter that ended Aug. 4, sales were $19.3 billion, Dell said. It had an operating loss of $979 million. In the previous period, sales were $17.8 billion, and the operating loss was $1.5 billion.” DataCenter Knowledge. (2016). Recommendation would be for any investor or individual to invest in Dell as a good move. References
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6 Analysis DataCenter Knowledge. (2016). “Dell Benefits in First Year After EMC Merger With Sales Up” Retrieved from Ken Ishibashi, Takuya Iwasaki, Shota Otomasa, Katsutoshi Yada. Volume 96, 2016, Pages 1681-1690. Retrieved from - _rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_origin=gateway&_docanchor=&md5=b8429449ccfc9c30159a5f9aeaa92ffb&ccp=y Nelson, M. W., & Tayler, W. B. (2007). Information Pursuit in Financial Statement Analysis: Effects of Choice, Effort, and Reconciliation. Accounting Review, 82(3), 731-758. Wainwright, S. K. (Ed.). (2012). Principles of Accounting: Volume I [Electronic version]. Retrieved from
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