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# Step1: Find the financial statements for a publicly traded company, and print out the financial statements. Make sure I can tell what year the...

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Find the financial statements for a publicly traded company, and print out the financial statements. Make sure I can tell what year the financial statements are for. You can find financial statements by searching for a company's annual report, or you may also be able to locate the financial statements on websites such as Yahoo finance or Bloomberg.

I want you to turn in the financial statements of the annual report.

Calculate the following ratios:

1. Quick Ratio

2. Inventory Turnover

3. Accounts Receivable Turnover

4. Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio

5. Total Debt to Total Asset Ratio

6. Profit Margin

7. Total Asset Turnover

8. ROA

9. ROE

10. Net Operating Working Capital

Please circle the numbers on the financial statement that you are using in calculating the ratios above. For example, you use inventory in the Quick Ratio....I want you to find Inventory on the balance sheet and circle it.

Step2:

Find another company from the same industry. If you picked Apple for example, go find the financial statements for Microsoft, Google, or some other tech firm. Just pick one company that you will use as a compare group. Print the financial statements. Circle the numbers that you use to calculate the above ratios. Calculate the ratios listed in Step 1. You will use this firm to compare to Apple.

Step 3:

Write up the results of your calculations.

Additional Notes:

· There are websites that will calculate the ratio for you. Feel free to look at these, but the document that you turn in should be your own calculation of the ratio. Show your work.