Fixing a previous order on (Market, industry and company analysis for ( over the last five years

The order was completed by another writer but I have received the feedback below from the professor. Could you please fix it and make sure that all the required ratios for the past 5 years for the company are in the order. You can use the two sample papers from last year for guidance. I will attach the required documents and the previous order. Thanks in advance

professors feedback

for analyzing the company these ratios are required for the last four or five years :
-1Liquidity Measurement Ratios
-2Profitability Indicator Ratios.
-3Debt Ratios
-4 Operating Performance Ratios
-6 Investment Valuation Ratios
Investment Valuation Ratios: Price/Book Value Ratio
Investment Valuation Ratios: Price/Cash Flow Ratio
Investment Valuation Ratios: Price/Earnings Ratio
Investment Valuation Ratios: Price/Sales Ratio
Investment Valuation Ratios:Dividend Yield

#Once youve done your research and decided that you like a company and you think that the company is positioned favorably for your investment timeframe, its time to decide if you should buy the stock now or if you should wait a little while for a better price.:
To calculate the intrinsic value if the company pays dividend, follow the dividend growth model

P0 D1/(Ks a g)


P0 is the price of stock now

D1 is the dividend at time 1, equal to (D0(1+g))

g is calculated as the growth rate in dividend, use the following

g ROE X retention rate (i. e. retained earnings, if the company pays 20% of its earnings as dividends, then the retention rate will be 1-.20 .80

ROE is the return on equity (take 5 year average)

Ks is the required rate of return, calculated from the capital asset pricing model Ks Krf +Bs (km a krf) .

There is an approximate method used in by financial analysts which also you can use especially if the company does not pay dividends:

Get most value to least price:
Calculate the value to price ratio

Value Net earnings + dividends

Price Price to book ratio

Score Value/price

Score under 2 the stock will fall

Scores between 2 and 10 are average

Score over 10 the stock is expected to rise

So, 1CAPM is needed for each year, and to calculate it the risk free of the market is required for each year, the Beta of the COMPANY for each year.

for rm : rm the average of P1-P0/P0

2-Price Div/Ks-g for each year

3-closing price for company each year you compare it with the price(div/Ks-g) to see whether its under or overpriced.

PLEASE!.. see the attachments one of them is how to analyze the company ratios, and the other two files are examples for a complete project.