Assess the liquidity and solvency of the company, Financial Accounting

Students are to prepare and report as a financial advisor to an investor as to whether the public company selected is a suitable investment for the investor. In preparing the essay students must address the following issues:

1. Evaluate from the Balance Sheet and Income Statement if the company is financially stable and growing.

2. Assess the liquidity and solvency of the company.

3. Assess by the return to owners by dividends, and the return on assets, if the company is matching its competitors in its market.

4. Make a recommendation as to whether the investor should invest their money in this company and why.

Note: Students must supply the Internet (Web) address of the company, so that the information contained in your report can be validated. A copy of the Income Statement and Balance Sheet should also be included and attached to your essay.

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