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  • 1. Opening Activity
    • Turn in your Note Sheet into the folder
      • Make sure your name is on it
  • 2. Today’s Agenda
    • Finish watching CNBC video on Nike
    • Take Quiz – 18 questions
    • Talk about class business ideas
    • Go to computer lab to work on assignment
  • 3. Labor Production Costs
  • 4. Nike
    • http://www.nike.com/nikebiz/gc/mp/pdf/disclosure_list_2005-06.pdf
  • 5. GAP Inc.
    • Why don’t you pay factory workers more? Workers’ wages are determined by law and the factory that employs them. As one of many customers of a factory, we negotiate prices for finished products. However, our Code of Vendor Conduct clearly requires that factories pay workers the local legal minimum, or prevailing industry wage, whichever is higher. We actively monitor payment of wages to ensure that workers are consistently being paid the wages they are entitled to for the hours they’ve worked, including overtime. In instances where we've discovered non-compliance, we have forced payment of back wages and required factories to improve record keeping. To earn and keep our business, factories must compensate workers appropriately for all hours worked.
  • 6. Homework & Lab Assignment
    • Using either your recommended buy or short sell stock pick, make a collage addressing 4 out of the 5 “challenge” areas we have looked at:
        • Domestic Business Operations
        • Product Offering/Innovation
        • International Expansion/Operations
        • Marketing
        • Social Responsibility
      • Your collage can use picture or words that you think pertain to these
      • “ challenge” areas and can be representative of current operations/
      • challenges that the firm is facing or will face in the future. Should not
      • exceed 1 page & be in color, if possible. Use “landscape” orientation.
    • Perform a SWOT Analysis on your company and write a paragraph or two summarizing your analysis.
      • Should not exceed 1 page
  • 7. Next Class’ Agenda:
    • Take a look at your collages
    • Talk about our class business
      • Conduct officer elections
      • Choose an item to sell
    • Go to lab to work on stock research project & make trades in Stocksquest
  • 8. Stock Research Project
    • Selecting stocks – What can you look at when choosing your picks?
      • Company/industry news
      • Product you use/believe in
      • Market leader or a up and comer
      • Fundamental & Technical analysis
        • Earnings per share (EPS)
        • Price to earnings ratio (PE)
        • Financial statements
        • Moving averages
  • 9. Stock Research Project
    • www.fidelity.com/tradingknowledgecenter
      • Trading Knowledge Center
    • Going to go to computer lab to work on project
    • Investigate some stocks you would be interested in researching
    • We will spend time on this project next class and I will go over more technical specifics
  • 10. Stock Research Project
    • Individual project
    • Choose two stocks you would recommend
      • One to buy
      • One to short sell
    • Complete stock research report for each stock & present your recommendations to the class
      • Will be evaluated on your analysis and ability to defend your recommendations
    • 1 presentation will be given each class period moving forward
    • You need to pick a presentation date and your stocks
      • No duplicate stock recommendations will be allowed
  • 11. Stock Research Project
    • Short selling
      • Take a pessimistic view
      • Make money if the stock goes down
        • Borrow shares from a broker & replace them (cover) at a lower price
      • Very risky: Potential loss is limitless
      • Look at an example
        • Build A Bear (BBW)

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