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5. Recommendation to your client telling which stock they should purchase and why. In the explanation, list at least three key points that you learned from your analysis that were deciding factors in your decision.
6. References: remember to have citations for anything that is quoted or paraphrased. Even if you write it in your own words, include a reference. Adding your references as you go will save you lots of time at the end and will help prevent reference omissions. All of the above can be presented in a variety of ways within your Word document, such as bullet points, tables, paragraphs, pictures, etc. Choose presentation methods that you find appealing, however, remember to review the rubric and think about the message you portray. For instance, the history of your company should be a story, not bullet points. Use Calibri font, size 11, single spacing between lines.
The easiest way to present tables is to create them in Excel, then copy/paste the table. Remember that if you insert a table of any sort, the data should be referenced in the discussion. I’m more interested in your explanation of what everything means than in the tables themselves.
THE TWO COMPANIES W&T AND OVV
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