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Apollo Group Inc; Statistical Test the Share Price Data
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This 4 page paper is based on data supplied by the student. Using closing share price information from historical data a statistical test is undertaken comparing recent performance to the historical mean. The result is used to determine whether or not the share should be held or sold based purely on statistical information. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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Apple Computer: A Financial Analysis
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5 pages in length. In any financial analysis of a company the first goal is to measure the company’s profit to determine the cash flow that shareholders can expect to receive from owning the company’s common stock. Financial managers strive to maximize the company’s profit and minimize risk in order to maximize the stock price. This paper examines the leverage ratio, liquidity ratio, profitability and solvency of Apple Computer.
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Apple Computers
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This 5 page paper considers the history and development of Apple Computers and then examines the company’s’ financial performance between 2003 and 2005 looking at the growth in revenue, share price performance along with vertical and horizontal ratio analysis. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Application of I.A.S.-1
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An 11 page paper discussing the application of I.A.S.-1, the International Accounting Standard number 1. This standard defines the framework and responsibilities organizations have for presenting their financial statements, having as its goal uniformity across time, within organizations and across industries. I.A.S.-1 ensures uniformity in financial reporting so that investors can make sense of any organization's true financial condition. Requirements of the I.A.S.-1 standard do not prevent organizations from furnishing additional information, but rather constitutes minimum requirements for transparent reporting. The paper provides several examples of how organizations meet those minimum standards and in the case of Southwest Airlines, how they choose to exceed them. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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