Assess the financial position of the Netflix 2011 financial statement in comparison to Redbox their competitor. The emphasis is on cash flow for this analysis.
1. Compute the return on assets, profit margin and asset utilization rate of both companies.
2. Assess Netflix’s competitive financial position.
3. Compute the free cash flow of both companies.
4. Assess Netflix’s relative cash position and comment on its receipt and use of cash during the year.
Please also provide links to all sources of financial information.
The Everglades Marine Company has the followng inventory balances at the beginning of January:
Raw Materials Inventory $71,568
Work-in-Process Inventory $109,788
Finished Goods Inventory $92,757
During January Everglades incurred $106,806 in overhead costs and direct labor cost of $193,200. Materials costing $51,891 were entered into production, and materials costing $65,541 were purchased. At the end of the month, the following inventory balances remained:
Raw Materials Inventory $85,218
Work-in-Process Inventory $17,640
Finished Goods Inventory $10,017
What was Everglade Marine’s Cost of Goods Sold for January?
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