We wouldnt lose the house on the countryside because

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Chapter 3 / Exercise 3-9
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We wouldn’t lose the house on the countryside because poor road conditions crashed one of our delivery trucks causing our crop of quinoa to quilt the country side. Because as a LLC we would also be allowed to invest in other corporations we would not be limited by the issues some partnerships and sole proprietors face of conflicting interests. Limited liability usually comes with limited investor interference. Shareholders want to hear about profits. They rarely care about vision and mission statements so we could run an intrinsic organization with the benefits of a formal structure and an atmosphere of independence. Legally our investors could even choose to live in another country and still own shares.
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Week 3 Homework Answering the questions referred to from your book. Use Formulas given in the PowerPoints, formulas posted for this class week, or formulas in the book to complete the following questions. Use Formulas on Page 82 and 83 for these questions 1. Page 88 self-test problem ST3-1 Ratio formulas and interpretations . Indicate for each of the following ratios the formula for calculating it and the kinds of problems, if any, the firm may have f that ratio is too high relative to the industry average. What if the ratio is too low relative to the industry average? Create a table similar to the one that follows and fill in the empty blocks.
Market price per share of common stock / Earnings per share seasonal affects can cause temporarily elevated P/E ratios, evaluate P/E ratios over time to limit risk. company may have factors other than financial influencing stock price such as bad publicity,

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