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Business Analysis and Valuation of Companies Long-Term Stock Price Below Par Value and Net Worth Per Share: Case Study in Food Industry
(A.G.V Products Corporation)
stocks that trade substantially at less than book value,core technology,family business,food industry,
|Publication Year :||2016|
Stock market has long been one of investment targets for investors, while the stock price is usually closely related to operation performance of a company and fluctuates with a listed company’s profitability.
According to literatures of the past, companies with low PBR (Price-Book Ratio) usually have a higher ROI. The excessive return of companies which invest in firms with low PBR or stock price below par value will be more considerable.
This research focuses on a case study on relations between a listed food company’s operation performance and its strategy. This study also delves into the status quo of the company’s, relations between its future development strategy and stock, and long-term development of family business.
In view of people's growing health awareness and the enhancement of their life quality, the standing of food channel retailers in Taiwan is becoming increasingly important. It is anticipated that the main sales dynamics will center on the realm of fresh and healthy foods in the future. In accordance with literature reviews of the past and case study analysis of product development, product marketing, expansion of overseas market and operation of family business, this study concludes with suggestions given below: the case company regulates its business strategies, retains its core technology and creates a family constitution.
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