Summary Sections – Valuation Reasons about using FCC analysis Computing FCC from Net Income and SCOFF & Computing FACE from Report Introduction Nikkei is the largest footwear company in the world selling footwear, apparel, equipment through 25,000 retailers. As a stable, yet fast growing company, Nikkei is facing several obstacles in its core section. In this report, we have done thorough business analyses using Porter’s Five Force and SOOT approach to get the fundamentals of market condition here Nikkei stands.
In the second step, we finished the estimation of the investment value and risk of Nikkei by FCC, PEE Ratio and RIM. Finally, we give the recommendation of buy on Nine’s share and the target price is $63. 17. Note: All the calculation formula and processes are listed in the Appendix. The company’s dividends policies are not stable every year, sometimes Nikkei does not pay any dividends. In some years the company pays dividends but the dividends paid differ significantly from the company’s capacity to pay dividends.
Moreover, FCC align with profitability within a reasonable forecast period with which the analyst is comfortable. Last, the investor takes a control perspective in Nikkei company as well as there was an M&A in year 20008. Under the circumstances like this, we consider FCC models to be more useful than EDM in practice. Assumption: 0 There is no preferred stock in Nikkei.