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Thunder Electronics Company Thunder Electronics Company specializes in selling computer related merchandise, comprising of servers, computer units, storage mechanisms, and also network switches. For any company to be a success it must have essential financial statements that will help both the management investors to know the position of the company. The financial statements include a well formulated balance sheet, income statement, financial ratio and cash flow statement. This paper will intensely discuss the financial statements of Thunder Electronics Company with more emphasis on its financial ratios ranging from; profitability ratios, asset management ratios, liquidity ratios to leverage ratios. It will also focus on the industry trend for the three years, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Question 1 Liquidity ratios for TEC Company are moderately poor since the current ratio and quick ratios indicate the company is not performing well. The firm is incredibly illiquid and may not be in a good position to function in the circumstances illustrated. This is clearly indicated by the high current ratio for the three consecutive years: 2010-2.04, 2011-1.72 and 2012- 1.31. It generates funds more slowly than the maturing of an outstanding bill. The quick ratio is relatively low for the three years (2010-1.00, 2011-0.95 and 2012-0.78) which means a lower liquid position. The risk involved is that the company will suffer from liquidation which will lead to losing its potential and existing investors. [pic] This is a downtrend line indicating a decrease in company performance even as the liquidity ratios increase. Profitability ratios are strong because they are quite high which indicates good returns. The profit margin has…...

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