Forecasting Company Profits

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 21, 1998 - Business & Economics - 201 pages
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Encounter an integrated approach to the theories which underpin the forecasting process. This approach recognizes the limitations faced by the outsider in the real world, where time and hard facts may be in short supply.
Wellings emphasizes the patterns of industrial and corporate behavior, and the forecaster's ability to recognize and anticipate those patterns.
  • Establishes the definitive work for those who need to forecast the profits of a company other than their own
  • Essential for budget planning and industrial forecasting
  • Helps finance directors understand how analysts forecast corporate profits
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