Eliot H. Sherman
Ama Self-Study (September 1; 2015)
This course gives managerial students the tools they need to crunch the numbers; focusing on prediction rather than reporting. College students will learn how to: connect a company’s past experience to future expectations; identify and explain deviations from anticipated results; apply correct analytical techniques to problems or decisions; use financial ratios to analyze trends; identify issues; and compare results to the competition and industry; evaluate capital investments using net present value; profitability index; internal rate of return; and other methods; make needed adjustments to financial statements; taking into account current values; off-balance-sheet financing; and unrecognized items; manage current assets including cash; credit and collections; and inventory; build a robust financial forecast; determine a company’s optimal capital structure and debt policy; measure the financial impact of a merger or acquisition
This purchase only inlcudes the A Manager’s Guide to Financial Analysis: Powerful Tools for Analyzing the Numbers and Making the Best Decisions for Your Business 6th edition PDF. No online codes included.
Publishers: American Management Association