Turn financial statements into powerful allies in your decision making
Whether you're an investor, creditor, consultant, regulator, manager-or an employee concerned about your company's well-being and the stability of your job-the ability to successfully interpret and analyze financial statements gives you a leg up in today's rough-and-tumble marketplace. Analysis of Financial Statements, Fifth Edition, by Leopold A. Bernstein and John J. Wild, gives you every practical, up-to-date method for making the data in financial statements clear and meaningful. You get analytical tools that range from computation of ratio and cash flow measures to earnings prediction and valuation as you learn how to reconstruct the economic reality embedded in financial statements. User-friendly and engaging, this hands-on classic is loaded with graphs, charts, and tables, so you can see how topics relate to the business practices of actual companies. A concluding comprehensive case analysis of the Campbell Soup Company gives shape and color to the author's step-by-step lessons.
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Analysis of Financial Statements is a powerful business handbook for investors, bankers, and other professionals who rely on financial statement understanding and analysis. For investors who need to evaluate why increased sales didn't lead to higher stock prices...for bankers who need to know the underlying reasons a customer wants to borrow funds...for any business person who needs to analyze and understand financial statements...Let Analysis of Financial Statements be your guide to understanding the language of financial statements. This valuable reference helps investors and other business professionals utilize the appropriate methods for analyzing, interpreting, and understanding financial data, and use those data to take full advantage of opportunities while sensing those data to take full advantage of opportunities while sensing and sidestepping unforeseen financial risks. Open its covers and see for yourself why it has been called "today's most unique, useful reference for results-driven financial analysis."About the Author:
Leopold A. Bernstein, Ph.D., CPA, is Professor of Accountancy at the Bernard M. Baruch College, City University of New York, and a consultant to numerous financial institutions and accounting firms. Dr. Bernstein is recipient of several prestigious honors, including the Graham and Dodd Award from the Financial Analysts Federation. He is author of several notable books including the influential college text Financial Statement Analysis, and writes frequently for business and professional journals including Financial Analysts Journal, Harvard Business Review, and others.
John J. Wild, Ph.D., is Professor of Business and Vilas Research Scholar at The University of Wisconsin at Madison. A frequent speaker at both national and international conferences, Dr. Wild is Associate Editor of Contemporary Accounting Research. His research on financial accounting and business periodicals. He is the author of several bestselling books including Fundamental Accounting Principles.
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