Sound Investing, Chapter 21 - Cash From Operations Cons
This chapter comes from a book written by financial accounting expert Kate Mooney. Sound Investing provides you with the expertise to recognize signs of trouble or fraudulent reporting in a company's financial statements. Using recent scandals as examples, it offers clear direction on locating specifics in financial statements as well as the notes, SEC filings, and the annual report that signal possible trouble and presents action steps to take when warning signs appear.
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