TASK: 150-200 word per category with refences
Need to have the following questions answered based on the SEC 10-k Report for Dell. The link and additional information on Dell (might not need) is included below before the questions.
Reading the balance sheet, note Dell is using the financial strategy of negative working capital. This does not mean they cannot pay their bills (this must on the internet somewhere about negative working capital). The grocery industry often uses negative working capital as a strategy. For Dell is only noteworthy. Why the accumulated deficit? With the 3 years presented on the statement of cash flows and the statement of shareholders’ equity, again, you will many areas to present in your SEC 10-K deliverables. A major acquisition or change in ownership often results in issues such as an accumulated deficit. With Dell’s recent profitability you can see how things continue to change. Mention the payment (or non payment) of cash dividends each year. It is not the per share values the overall cost of dividends. How do they compare to net income? With the accumulated deficit Dell may not be provided cash dividends at this time.
Dell Technologies Inc. NYSE: DELL
Category: Stock Market 1. Describe three facts about the stock exchange on which your corporation’s stock is traded. 2. Explain how investors use these indices to make more informed investing decisions: a. Dow Jones Industrial Average (DOW) b. NASDAQ Composite Index (NASDAQ) c. Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 Category: Assets and LIabilities 1. Briefly describe your company’s investments and intangible assets. 2. Does your company list “Other Assets?” If so, what items are classified in this category? Category: Analysis 1. Prepare a vertical analysis of your company’s Balance Sheet for the current year. 2. Calculate the following ratios for the most recent two years and comment on the results of your ratio analysis. How do the results for your company compare to industry averages? a. Current ratio b. Inventory turnover c. Asset turnover d. Debt to assets