Question

TwitterMe, Inc., is a new company and currently has negative earnings. The company’s sales are $1,600,000 and there are 140,000 shares outstanding.

If the benchmark price–sales ratio for the company is 5.6, how much
will you pay for the stock? **(Do not round intermediate calculations and
round your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g.,
32.16.)**

Current stock price
$

If the benchmark price–sales ratio for the company is 5, how much
will you pay for the stock? **(Do not round intermediate calculations and
round your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g.,
32.16.)**

Current stock price
$

Answer #1

Sales = $1,600,000

Number of shares outstanding = 140,000

Sales per share = Sales / Number of shares outstanding

Sales per share = $1,600,000 / 140,000

Sales per share = $11.4286

Answer a.

Sales per share = $11.4286

Price-sales Ratio = 5.60

Current Stock Price = Sales per share * Price-sales Ratio

Current Stock Price = $11.4286 * 5.60

Current Stock Price = $64.00

Answer b.

Sales per share = $11.4286

Price-sales Ratio = 5.00

Current Stock Price = Sales per share * Price-sales Ratio

Current Stock Price = $11.4286 * 5.00

Current Stock Price = $57.14

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