This week we were given the option to choose whether financial analysis leads to better decision making
(green side) or whether the resources to do a lengthy analysis (time, talent, information) are not always
available (red side). In order to pick a side
Great post this week explaining the difference between future value and present value. I agree with you
that technology is flawed in the sense that the calculations can be inputted incorrectly, and by a person
understanding the formula and wha
This week we were given the option to agree or disagree with the following statement: After the merger
announcement, the stock price greatly increased. Then it fell for the next 12 days, before becoming
relatively stable. This is proof against the efficie
discuss how a projects risk can be incorporated into capital budgeting analysis. Should discounted cash
flows be used to evaluate capital budgeting projects?
This week we are to discuss how a projects risk can be incorporated into capital budgeting analys
The sixth principle of finance is reputation matters. The unethical behavior of corporate leaders has
been well documented and publicized in previous years. On the positive side, there are ethical leaders.
In 250 words, describe the actions of an ethical
This is a great post. I like how you incorporated the ethical behavior into our everyday lives instead of
just focusing on the role it plays in business. I completely agree with you that corporate leaders have to
walk the walk, basically lead by
Very informative post this week. I agree with your position. I think there are truths to both sides,
however, analyzing financial statements does result in better decision making. When a firm analyzes its
financial statements, it is able to se
Interesting response to this weeks forum considering majority of the class disagreed with the statement.
I think your take on the scenario above is very insightful in your statement that the merger had to have
been anticipated because a deal li
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Question 1 of 25
In general, the more net working capital a company has
A.the greater the risk.
B.the lower the risk.
C.the less likely creditors will lend to the firm.
D.none of the above
Answer Key: B
Question 2 of