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Business question: Financial Management

1. What is EBIT-EPS analysis?

2. What is the indifference curve? Give an example.

3. How is risk factored into the EBIT-EPS analysis?

4. What are the "basic short comings" of EBIT's analysis?

5. What problems might these short comings create?

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EBIT-EPS Analysis

Ans. 1

The EBIT-EPS analysis is a method in which an investor makes a comparison of different alternative methods of financing. The comparison is made at various levels of EBIT. In this analysis, the investors study the effect of leverage on the EPS at the various levels of EBIT. This analysis also helps to determine the breakeven point for EBIT at which EPS will be equal to the EBIT, regardless any financing plans that is chosen by management (Shim & Siegel, 2000).

Ans. 2

A level at which the consumer have no choice between two alternatives to give preference is termed as indifference curve. Both ...

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