Obtain from your library, the Internet, or other source the most recent annual report of a publicly owned company.
a. Using the annual report data, compute the basic measures of liquidity, long-term credit risk, and profitability summarized in Exhibit 14–26 . Compare these measures with the appropriate industry norms available in your library. Briefly comment on your findings.
b. Using the financial pages of a daily newspaper (such as The Wall Street Journal ), determine ( 1 ) the current market price of your company’s common stock, ( 2 ) its 52-week high and low market prices, and ( 3 ) its p/e ratio. Briefly comment on your findings.
c. On the basis of your analysis in parts a and b, make a recommendation as to whether investors should buy shares of the stock, hold the shares they currently own, or sell the shares they currently own. Defend your position.
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