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Assume there is a well-financed, one-year-old company in the biotech industry that is concentrating on developing chemical-based compounds that are aimed at developing drugs to reduce the effects or onset of Alzheimer's Disease. What financial information (ratios or otherwise) would you think would be relevant or irrelevant from the viewpoint of possible investors in this company?

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As the firm is still developing products, it can be termed in a pre-revenue stage. The possible investors would only look for the future revenue potential of the ...

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Discusses relevant financial information for potential investors in a company.

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