It comes down to the moment of truth. The Decision is the final step of our Systematic Financial Analysis. All of the i's have been dotted and t's have been crossed. However, the analysis means nothing without an executive decision. This decision could send a company or investor into the stratosphere or leave them in utter RUIN. (no pressure!)
The decision may be made by an officer above or the analyst may be called upon to make the decision him or herself. Consider other investments that your company has made and how it will fit into a diversified portfolio of projects and assets.
Review the various potential investments, since it is likely that you will have more than one Comprehensive Summary on your desk. Reject the options that have the lower profits and higher risks. Using your best judgement, make the choice that has the greatest profit potential.
Congratulations on your Financial Analysis Decision!
Thank you for reading my first series of blog entries. I haven't done a string of blogs like this previously, and I think I was successful. Drop me a comment. I'd love to know what people thought and how I can improve on future blog entries.
Previous posts in the series:
I would like to remind you to visit the website of Gary Giroux, a very knowledgeable author in financial analysis: www.wiley.com/college/giroux.
Much of the material in this series of blog entries contains wisdom borrowed from his book "Financial Analysis: A User Approach"
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