Analyze and evaluate the investment value of Wal-Mart
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This study analyzes and examines whether Wal-Mart has good investment value or not. The main objective of this research is through the analysis of investment value to investigate if WMT has good investment value, and helps WMT seek for potential investors. In addition, to the administrator, it reflects the specific information from all aspects; to the shareholders and stakeholders, the case study could help them to a make a better decision. In order to better research this study, we use SWOT method to evaluate the market performance of Wal-Mart and use the financial analysis tools to assess Wal-Mart’s financial information analysis. In the first aspect, it analyzes the strength, weakness, threats and opportunities of Wal-Mart, and in the second part, the dissertation presents how we use profitability, liquidity, and operation capacity as three criterions to do financial evaluation. In the financial analysis part, firstly the case uses the net profit, return on assets and return on equity as an indicator to assess Wal-Mart’s profitability performance. Then, it uses the current ratio and quick ratio to assess the liquidity of Wal-Mart. At last, the case study uses the inventory turnover and receivable turnover to examine Wal-Mart’s operation capacity. The study presents the Wal-Mart’s investment value from questions above.
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