Title

Stock Analysis of Hasbro

Presenter Information

Alex Wold

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 201

Start Date

21-5-2015

End Date

21-5-2015

Keywords

Stock, Analysis, Professional

Abstract

The purpose of the current study was to quantitative analyze the toy-making company Hasbro's prospects to come up with an investment rating. Only publically available information such as news reports, known competitors actions, and income statements were used to create a basis of understanding for the company. The next step is to go deeper and use the obtained information to approximate Hasbro's market share in each of its subsidiaries and estimate any possible growth potential. This leads to a rough valuation of the company in terms of dollars. The final piece of our analysis will be an examination of some other reports. Have professional analysts changed their recommendation recently? Has management been buying a bigger stake in the company? Either of these could mean the stock price is expected to change soon. A quantitative analysis of the company’s earnings moving forward will allow us to calculate an estimated future price per share of the company, resulting in a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold the stock based on our in-depth research.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Thomas Tenerelli

Department/Program

Mathematics

Additional Mentoring Department

Finance & Supply Chain Management

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Stock Analysis of Hasbro

SURC 201

The purpose of the current study was to quantitative analyze the toy-making company Hasbro's prospects to come up with an investment rating. Only publically available information such as news reports, known competitors actions, and income statements were used to create a basis of understanding for the company. The next step is to go deeper and use the obtained information to approximate Hasbro's market share in each of its subsidiaries and estimate any possible growth potential. This leads to a rough valuation of the company in terms of dollars. The final piece of our analysis will be an examination of some other reports. Have professional analysts changed their recommendation recently? Has management been buying a bigger stake in the company? Either of these could mean the stock price is expected to change soon. A quantitative analysis of the company’s earnings moving forward will allow us to calculate an estimated future price per share of the company, resulting in a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold the stock based on our in-depth research.