Company''s present stock prices, Accounting Basics

 

  • How do your calculated stock prices compare to the company's present stock prices?
  •   What do you think is causing them to deviate? This will need you to investigate a little into your stock.
  • Of the 3 stocks you evaluated, which if any would you invest in? Why?

 

 

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