Xacc280 Week 9 Capstone

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Capstone Discussion Question (DQ)
• Due Date: Day 2 [Post to Main forum]
• Review the annual reports for PepsiCo, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company in Appendixes A & B of Financial Accounting (6th ed.). Select either PepsiCo, Inc. or The Coca-Cola Company. In your estimation, the company you chose may be financially healthier or weaker. • Post your response to the following questions:

Would you invest in this company? Explain why or why not.
Justify your reasoning, by presenting at least three key financial ratios that analyze the profitability, the liquidity, or the solvency of the company. • Respond to your classmates’ postings, by agreeing or disagreeing with their assessments while pointing to the data. o Respond to at least one classmate who selected different ratios than those you selected or a different company to analyze.

o Comment on the significance of the ratios and your classmates’ conclusions.
o Use the same or other ratios to bolster your opinion.
•Post your answers directly in the message box of the Main forum. Also, post your completed assignment as a Microsoft (MS) Word attachment in the Assignment section of eCampus following correct naming convention

When comparing the financial information for the Coco Cola Company and the Pepsi Company, one would consider making a great investment within the Pepsi Company. To calculate this decision one took three ratios in examination in order to make this summary. Within the profitability, liquidity, and solvency ratios, are ratios that determine the financial health of the company and it's weakness. All the ratios are important in making such investments but the three main ratios that were compared, from profitability were the current ratios for both companies, for liquidity the ratio used was the return of assets, and lastly from the solvency ratios were the debt to total assets ratio. The current ratio for the Pepsi Company in 2004 to 2005 were arrange from 1.11 percent and 4.14...
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