(solution) There are 10 financial questions, please help me to finish it.

(solution) There are 10 financial questions, please help me to finish it.

There are 10 financial questions, please help me to finish it. You have to use the information from the screenshot that under the each questions. You can find the answer on the screen, but you need use your own words to answer the questions. Do not copy anything from websites.

BLOOMBERG EXERCISE #1: STOCK ANALYSIS
1. Essay: In two paragraphs, explain fundamental stock analysis in your own words. Include in your explanation
the multiplier (P/E) valuation model, relative valuation of a stock?s growth rates and how its capitalization
affects the appropriate risk premium for the stock. Consider also models for estimating earnings per share, and
methods for estimating appropriate P/E multiples. Bloomberg Part: Use Bloomberg to begin to evaluate Sprouts Farmers Market (Ticker: SFM)
using fundamental analysis. Turn in the 2-paragraph essay along with the following items:
1. Using the DES (Description) screen, find: Full company description. # of employees.
Any other important, relevant information for your company. (Basic ratios, rates, etc.?) 1. 2. Using the RELS (Related Securities) screen, find: What?s relevant to your company?s financial position?
Example: # of preferred securities, # of bank loans (What are they; how much?). o
3. Using the CF (Company Filings) screen: Review Latest 10K and summarize the following:
o Products/Services Summary.
o Competition Summary.
Other company specific relevant data. o 4. Using the HDS (Major Holders) and OWN (Equity Ownership) screen, find: Top 5 holders: (HDS)
o Amount held.
o % Outstanding. Top 5 ownership types (by %). (OWN) % of institutional shares held. % of insider shares held. Are ?smart? people holding the stock? 5. Using the SPLC (Supply chain) screen (using company exposure), find: # of Suppliers:
o Top 5 suppliers. # of Customers:
o Top 5 customers.
# of Peers
5. 6. Using the DDIS (Debt Distribution) screen, find: What does their debt look like? (# issues, total $) Maturity schedule. 7. Using the AGGD (Debt Holders) screen, find: Do they have ?smart? debt holders? 8. Using the BRC (Research on Company) screen, find: Relevant recent news:
o New products, services, etc. 9. Using the DRSK (Credit Risk) screen, find: Can they afford to pay their obligations? 10. Using the CL (Company Litigation) screen, find: Are there any red flags?