Posted: August 2nd, 2015
Search the internet and find a cash flow statement for a company of your choice with at least two year’s data. Understanding how to read a cash flow statement will help you understand how a firm raises capital and how it spends its funds.
There are 3 parts to a cash flow statement: the operations, investing, and financing sections.
Write a 3 page paper.
Address the following in your paper:
•Examine the operations section first.
•Is it a positive number?
•Examine the investing section.
•What has the company invested in?
•Examine the financing section.
•What loans or dividends were made?
•Look for a positive cash flow.
Write an additional one page analysis regarding the differences that you note between the two years.
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