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This assessment task assists students to develop skills with which they will be able to demonstrate
• The ability to keep ‘up to date’ on legislative and regulatory matters and changes,and determine their effects on business performance, management planning and decision making.
“There is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profit so long as it stays within the rules of the game….” (Milton Friedman, 1970)
a. From an accounting perspective, what are the ‘rules of the game’ that businesses must follow?
b. In the current environment, is Friedman’s statement as relevant in 2013 as it may have been in 1970?
Your report should be presented in appropriate report format and include referencing in the APA style.
Assessment Task 2 – Company Analysis and Report
This assessment task assists students to develop skills in
• Selecting, completing, calculating and interpreting appropriate ratios from Financial Statements to
• determine measures of business performance and support management planning and decision making.
• Recognising and considering the effects of interpretations of Financial Statements and performance indicators by external entities.
Lincoln Indicators professes nine golden rules for successful sharemarket investing. The golden rules relate to: financial health; management assessment; outlook/forecast; share price value; share price sentiment; liquidity and size; principal activities; price sensitive announcements; and follow all of the rules above. Details on the golden rules are available at
BSMAN 3009 Accounting for Managers
In judging whether the stocks satisfy the investment criteria, you should consider a number of issues within each of the golden rules:
Golden Rule 1: Financial Health
•∙ Calculate key accounting ratios for each company that measure their profitability, liquidity, capital structure, asset efficiency and market performance for a three year period.
•∙ Assess if each company possess strong financial health with a favourable trend of financial ratios for at least two consecutive years.
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Golden Rule 2: Management Assessment
•∙ This rule focuses on assessing management quality and leadership capabilities using four
measurements: ROA, ROE, EPS growth, and revenue growth.
•∙ Calculate the four measurements of management assessment above for each company.
•∙ Calculate each company’s market capitalisation (i.e. share price times number of shares
outstanding) and identify the industry they are in.
•∙ Use the benchmark set up by Lincoln Indicators based on market capitalisation and industry to assess the companies’ management quality.
Golden Rule 3: Outlook/Forecast
•∙ Find analyst forecast earnings for each company through large brokerage firms (e.g. Citigroup, Merrill Lynch) or other online sources (e.g. Financial Times).
•∙ Analyse the forecast earnings to determine whether the companies’ growth are sustainable.
Golden Rule 4: Share Price Value
•∙ Find out the most current share price of each company.
•∙ Using equity valuation model, calculate the estimated price of each company’s share. A simple volution model to use is the earnings multiplier approach, where estimated price is equal to P/E ratio multiplied by EPS.
•∙ Compare the share price of the companies with their estimated price. As a rule of thumb, investors should invest in undervalued shares, that is when the market share price is less than the estimated share price. The expectation is that the price of undervalued shares will increase in the future to the intrinsic value of equity, resulting in capital gains for investors.
Golden Rule 5: Share Price Sentiment
•∙ Look at the 12-month share price performance for each company and compare it with the
performance of the All Ordinaries Index.
•∙ Do not invest in stocks that underperform the index.
BSMAN 3009 Accounting for Managers
Golden Rule 6: Liquidity and Size
•∙ This rule is to ensure that a company’s share is ‘liquid’, meaning that investors are able to sell their entire shares for that company at any time.
•∙ Find the daily volume traded for each company’s shares from the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) website.
•∙ Lincoln Indicators suggests that the daily volume traded figure is at least five times the investor’s exposure level (i.e. how much value of shares the investor intends to buy).
Golden Rule 7: Principal Activities
•∙ Familiarise yourself with each company’s business operations, e.g. what they sell/provide, the industry they are in, their competitors, etc.
•∙ Perform a brief SWOT analysis to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for each company that potentially have an impact on future earnings.
Golden Rule 8: Price Sensitive Announcements
•∙ Read news and announcements about the chosen companies, as price sensitive announcements can affect share price positively or negatively.
•∙ Be aware of investing in companies that recently have negative news or announcements.
Go lden Rule 9: Follow all of the above rules
Assessment Task 3 – Examination
This assessment task enables students to demonstrate
• understanding of course content
• time management and decision making skills
The third assessment will be a two hour examination.
Demonstrated knowledge of course material
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