FNCE 3001 Discussion would you invest

Discussion: Would You Invest? If you had to make an investment decision rightnow, such as whether to put $1,000 into one of three companies, it wouldbe helpful if you could rely on more than your personal feelings orsentiments toward a company. As illustrated in this week’s LearningResources, financial statements help provide that additional insightinto a company’s financial health. These statements will not be usefulto you, however, if you do not know how to interpret them and understandthe implications of what the numbers represent. Interpreting financialstatements can be as much of an art as a science because analysts mayinterpret the data differently depending on their goals and outlook. Inthis Discussion, you will locate a publicly traded company, review itsfinancial statements, and determine if investing in the company is agood or bad decision. To prepare for this Discussion: Visit the Nasdaq Company List at http://www.nasdaq.com/screening/company-list.aspx and locate a public company of your choosing. Select the company’s page and scroll down to the Fundamentals section of the navigation menu. Click on Income Statement. Review the company’s Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Operating Cash Flow for the periods listed. Take note of any trends, whether positive or negative. Year overyear, has the company performed well? Do you note any risks or areas forconcern? Review the Academic Writing Expectations for 2000/3000-Level Courses, provided in this week’s Learning Resources. Post a 75- to 150-word (1- to2-paragraph) description of your selected public company’s financialoutlook based on the financial statements you reviewed. In yourdescription, include the following: A link to the company’s NASDAQ page, as well as the name and stock symbol A brief explanation of whether you would invest in the company based on the financial trends you observed (Note:You do not need to provide detailed financial data in your response;focus instead on overall trends year over year for the periods listed.) To support your response, be sure to reference at least one properly cited scholarly source.

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