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Answer the following questions. Show your work, including all formulas used, if the question requires calculations. Use complete sentences when reporting your answers.
1. What does the auditor's report signify about financial statements?
2. Explain the relationship between SUE and fundamental security analysis.
3. Use the chart below and write the calculations that demonstrate the values requested.
Combining information from the S&P reports and some estimated data, the following calendar-year data, on a per-share basis, are provided:

a. Calculate the D/E, ROE, and TR for 2002, 2003, and 2004. (Use the average of the low and high prices to calculate TRs.)
b. Show that from 2000 through 2004 the per annum growth rate in dividends was 6.9 percent and for earnings was 8.2 percent.
c. Using the current price of \$47, with estimated earnings for 2005 of \$6.75, show that the P/E would be evaluated as 6.96.
d. On the basis of the annual average P/E ratios shown above and your estimate in Problem c, assume an expected P/E of 7. If an investor expected the earnings of GF for 2005 to be \$7.50, show that the intrinsic value would be \$52.50.
4. Describe a bar chart and a point-and-figure char
Answer the following questions. Show your work, including all formulas used, if the question requires calculations. Use complete sentences when reporting your answers.
1. What does the auditor's report signify about financial statements?
2. Explain the relationship between SUE and fundamental security analysis.
3. Use the chart below and write the calculations that demonstrate the values requested.
Combining information from the S&P reports and some estimated data, the following calendar-year data, on a per-share basis, are provided:

a. Calculate the D/E, ROE, and TR for 2002, 2003, and 2004. (Use the average of the low and high prices to calculate TRs.)
b. Show that from 2000 through 2004 the per annum growth rate in dividends was 6.9 percent and for earnings was 8.2 percent.
c. Using the current price of \$47, with estimated earnings for 2005 of \$6.75, show that the P/E would be evaluated as 6.96.
d. On the basis of the annual average P/E ratios shown above and your estimate in Problem c, assume an expected P/E of 7. If an investor expected the earnings of GF for 2005 to be \$7.50, show that the intrinsic value would be \$52.50.
4. Describe a bar chart and a point-and-figure char

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http://workbank247.com/q/intrinsic-value/4518 Answer the following questions. Show your work, including all formulas used, if the question requires calculations. Use complete sentences when reporting your answers. 1.

What does the auditor's report signify about financial statements? 2.

Explain the relationship between SUE and fundamental security analysis. 3.

Use the chart below and write the calculations that demonstrate the values requested. Combining information from the S&P reports and some estimated data, the following calendar-year data, on a per-share basis, are provided: a.

Calculate the D/E, ROE, and TR for 2002, 2003, and 2004. (Use the average of the low and high prices to calculate TRs.)  b.

Show that from 2000 through 2004 the per annum growth rate in dividends was 6.9 percent and for earnings was 8.2 percent.