Evaluation of an Ordinary Share

  • K. Midgley
  • R. G. Burns
Part of the Business Case Studies book series


This study raises two problems:
  1. 1.

    The analysis of a company’s accounts and a consideration of facts known about the company, with a view to estimating the future performance of its ordinary shares.

  2. 2.

    A consideration of the investment requirements of an individual, given details of income, marital position, wealth and ages. (Readers familiar with the authors’ Business Finance and the Capital Market may wish to refer to chapters 12, 15 and 16.)



Equity Holding Business Finance Investment Requirement Equity Portfolio Cash Register 
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© K. Midgley and R. G. Burns 1971

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  • K. Midgley
  • R. G. Burns

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