Starbucks project, Managerial Accounting

1)Prepare a three (3) year forecast of estimated future cash flows for you company and give valid economic/business reasons for your projections. This means you will have a statement of incremental cash flows. One year in the future, develop a future market value of equity and an estimated future price per share for the company’s common stock.

Write a 1 page analysis, which incorporates marketing, accounting, sales, production, management, technology, etc. information into your estimates of future cash flows. Please
cite 2-3 media sources for this analysis.
a) Perform a what-if analysis for your cash flows using at least one of the following: sensitivity analysis, scenario analysis, or simulation analysis. Also, provide a written summation of your what-if analysis.

b) Collect and evaluate information on inflation estimates and incorporate those estimates, as you see fit, into your cash flow estimates.

c) Comment on how future cash flows maybe affected by information contained in the footnotes to the financial statements. Footnotes are often more interesting than the rest of the financial statements and provide valuable information.


d) Do a brief analysis of your competitors, the prospects of their future cash flows, and how that affects your company''s cash flows.

e) Conduct a "post-audit" of one (or more) of your company''s major past projects and incorporate this qualitatively into your estimates of future cash flows

2) SECURITY ANALYST’S REPORTS:
Evaluate what securities analysts are saying about your company, and explain if you agree or disagree with their recommendations. What is the sentiment for your stock: are there a lot of buy recommendations or are there a lot of hold/sell
recommendations?
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