Value Line Project
With the data on the following pages, I am going to analyze three good companies that are doing well in the next coming years and one bad company that I think will be going down. In order to evaluate the companies’ operating and financial statues, we need to base on the figures of many factors such as revenues per share, cash flow per share, earnings per share, book values per share, common shares outstanding, net profit, net profit margin, long-term debt, and return on share equity, which are commonly used to predict the development of company in the future.
3. Johnson & Johnson
Coca Cola Company (KO)
The Coca-Cola Company is one of three good companies I chose. As of now, it has been doing well in several years. Coca-Cola was ranked No.1 in 2006 on the Fortune 500’s list of the best beverage companies. The products of Coca-Cola are sold in more than 200 countries and being sold 1.7 billions servings per day all over the world. It has been my favorite drink ever. The company earned 47.92 billion dollars in 2012 and increased more 10 billion than 2010. Based on the value line report, sales per share, earnings per share, and net profit of this company increase slightly each year, while common shares outstanding decreases. The long-term debt is about 14.736 billion, but it is just a small number to its revenue, so the company will easily pay it off. It is a good company.
McDonalds Corp (MCD)
McDonalds is the largest fast food market share with more than 34000 outlets, serving 69 million consumers in 119 countries. McDonald is in every corner of our city, so we can see it becomes very popular nowadays. Based on the value line report, revenues per share, cash flow per share, and earnings per share all increase by years. Its revenues from 1148.2 million in 2003 increase to 27567 million in 2012. The long-term debt is about 12797.9 million. Although McDonalds has faced several challenges such...