Financial Analysis: A Programmed Approach
Financial statement analysis; Leverage and break-even analysis; Financial planning and forecasting; Cash, marketable securities, and inventory management; Accounts receivable and current liability management; Time value of money; Value; Capital budgeting; Risk and capital budgeting decisions; Cost of capital; Analysis of financing sources.
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Leverage and BreakEven Analysis
Financial Planning and Forecasting
Cash Marketable Securities and Inventory
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