Business Accounting

As a potential investor in a firm, would you be interested in evaluating the Company's Financial Statements? Why or why not? If so, what would be the key information you would seek from a firm's Financial Statements?

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  1. I'd look into
    cash flow
    increase in sales
    increase in eps
    potential sales and profitability
    PE ratio
    liabilities vs. assets

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