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    Management of Working Capital Case Study: “George’s Trains” Based on the video, George is running a very profitable business. Yet, George is conscious and knows that one is in a MBA Managerial Finance class. George feels that one is able to address and give contributable guidance on his working capital practices. George approaches you with a few questions related on how to advance on his working capital practices. For example, what are the potential dangers in Capital Budging practices, what are working capital practices, including his methods of capital budging and analysis techniques, and lastly, what are some areas of improvement would one recommend? George’s trains is one of the leading and seasoned establishment when it comes to model trains. George’s train’s offers model trains and in addition to one of the only few shops that offers an online array of exclusive modeled trains. George dedicates himself to repairing, trade-ins, sales, and all types of model trains to his customers. As one can image, George has layouts, sets, model accessories and scenery. George bases his business on family values which involves traditional values, fairness, integrity, and honesty. George offers all types of services and sales to both his seasoned customers and those customers that are more on the momentous side of collecting model trains. George’s original interest towards model trains began a little after World War I and when he decide to build a train layout for his…

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    As I understand it, the errors in most of the important decisions he made were proven to be fatal and completely irreversible. For example: his overtrading never had the chance of evening out and becoming part of a normal shareholders company. Had Ebbers been transparent in the performance of his duties and visible with his operations at a stage the economics of his business were not sustainable, he probably would have had to declare bankruptcy years before the world saw the end of WorldCom…

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    compared to the baseline of 34.4 in the year before last, as a result of borrowing more money from the bank to finance its expansion. The interest cover ratio of PLL has slightly enhanced by 4% during the past two years, indicating PPL’ capacity to service its long-term obligations has levelled off. 2. Analysis the problems Although the loan facility of PLL had been increased (from £3.6 million to £6.6 million) during the rapid development period, PPL still had to use the overdraft as…

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    numbers on a large scale. statement{} After I had arrived in the United States, I taught myself Java, Python and R in the Specialization of Algorithm through Coursera last summer. I also strengthened my computational skills in C++ from learning all the algorithmic techniques. Credited to that, I accomplished several independent projects in financial data analysis. My first project was an event study covering announcements of addition or deletions to the S&P 500 in Python. The first step was to…

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    short term basis, but it is very reasonable to think a person can make 9% a year over a long time as long as they using a tax-free vechicle and you reinvest dividends. What about the 12% mutual fund? The fallacy most people have is they should invest in a mutal fund because mutual funds have a better returns than the overall market. The truth is, 70% of mutual funds do not beat the S&P 500 on a consistent basis. Only 20% of mutual funds actually have greater returns than the overall market. Of…

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    interest rate following the 2008 crisis. Stock markets have trended upward while commodity prices have trended downward.] For a fall in interest to stimulate the economy, it has to “‘coincide with a tendency from other causes, to a speculative rise of prices, and with the opening of new fields for enterprise’” (p. 223). Otherwise, any action undertaking by the central bank to stimulate the circulation of money will not affect prices (p. 223). Nevertheless, “a low rate of interest may foster and…

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    After a fall in 2010, Morrison has maintained a consistent sales revenue to capital employed level up until 2012. In comparison with Tesco, Morrison has a higher value; which suggests that the firm is using their assets more productively than Tesco to generate sales revenue. This is also reflected in Morrison’s lower trade payables rate and inventory turnover period. Morrison’s value is not too high to suggest overtrading on their assets (Atrill and McLaney, 2011). This ratio helps ordinary…

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