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FIN 419 Week 2 – Individual Problems and Learning Team Essay

  • Individual Assignment Answers: Problems 5.3, 5.4 and Chapter 10.4
  • Learning Team Essay: Financial Outcomes Paper
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Our learning team will be analyzing the financial statements of Boeing Corporation (NYSE Ticker BA). The company is a leader in the aerospace industry and is one of the largest employers in the United States. For the purposes of this paper, we will be creating a financial project that has a range of optimistic and pessimistic outcomes. We will evaluate these estimates to determine a most likely outcome for the project.

First making people more aware of what Boeing is and what it stands for brings more awareness of how successful the company is. In obtaining the attention of the people, we can go on from there. Boeing is a global company made of different business units, which is why Boeing is so successful. In offering different products, it opens doors for more adverse business. The different business units are Boeing commercial Airplanes (BCA), Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) Engineering, Operations & Technology, Boeing Capital, and Boeing Shared Services Group.

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FIN/419 Week 2 Answers

 

Week 2-Assignments from Readings

 

Chapter 5: Problem 5.3

 

  1. If Sharon were risk-indifferent, which investments would she select? Explain why.

 

In case Sharon were risk-indifferent, she would pick Investments X and Y because they have higher earnings compared to the 12% needed profit. “The attitude toward risk in which no change in return would be required for an increase in risk” (Gitman, 2006, p. 230).

 

  1. If she were risk-averse, which investments would she select? Why?

 

In case Sharon were risk-averse, she would pick Investment X because it has the maximum yield and the minimum risk. “The attitude toward risk in which an increased return would be required for an increase in risk” (Gitman, 2006, p. 230).

 

  1. If she were risk-seeking, which investments would she select? Why?