the assignment will be turned in to a turn it to check plagiarism. Complete your 2,500-word (excluding tables, figures, and addenda) financial analysis of your chosen company selected in Module 2. Following the nine-step assessment process introduced belo
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the assignment will be turned in to a turn it to check plagiarism. Complete your 2,500-word (excluding tables, figures, and addenda) financial analysis of your chosen company selected in Module 2. Following the nine-step assessment process introduced belo

the assignment will be turned in to a turn it to check plagiarism. Complete your 2,500-word (excluding tables, figures, and addenda) financial analysis of your chosen company selected in Module 2. Following the nine-step assessment process introduced below and detailed in Assessing a Company's Future Financial Health: Analysis of fundamentals: goals, strategy, market, competitive technology, and regulatory and operating characteristics. Analysis of fundamentals: revenue outlook. Investments to support the business unit(s) strategy(ies). Future profitability and competitive performance. Future external financing needs. Access to target sources of external finance. The viability of the 3-5-year plan. Stress test under scenarios of adversity. Current financing plan. As you conduct the analysis, you will compile research on your chosen company, including analyst reports and market information. Disclose all assumptions made in the case study (e.g., revenue growth projections, expense controls) and provide supporting reasons and evidence behind those assumptions. Finally, in order to assess the long-term financial health of the chosen company, synthesize the research data and outcomes of the nine-step assessment process. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. The company Apple Inc. Here are two resources Gitman, L. J., & Zutter, C. J. (2014). Principles of managerial finance (14th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. ISBN-13: 9780133507690 Please Note: My Finance Lab is not required for online students. http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/pearson/2014/principles-of-managerial-finance_ebook_14e.php Piper, T. (2010).Assessing a Company's Future Financial Health.[Adobe Digital Editions version]. Retrieved from http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/harvard-business-school-press/2010/harvard-business-school_-assessing-a-companys-future-financial-health_ebook_1e.php

 

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