Identify undervalued stocks, Corporate Finance

In an application of the concepts employed in the example problem and solution, this problem assigns the analysis like that of the example problem to the Food Processing industry (incl. Kraft Foods and H.J. Heinz). The point is to identify relatively undervalued stocks in the food processing industry. To do this problem: (i) assemble the data already marked for you in gold, (ii) use the regression command to do the regression like the example problem, (iii) set up a solution table, and (iv) identify undervalued stocks.

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