n the discussion forum, you are expected to participate often and engage in deep levels of discourse. Please post your initial response by day three of the week and continue to participate throughout the week. You are required to post an initial response to the question/issue presented in the Forum and then respond to at least 3 of your classmates’ initial posts. You should also respond to anyone who has responded to you. How might (a) seasonal factors and (b) different growth rates distort a comparative ratio analysis? Give some examples. How might these problems be alleviated?
Seasonal factors and different growth rates will distort a comparative ratio analysis. There are numerous of companies whose seasonal services and products distorts the maximum profitability. However certain seasons such as halloween may make more than any other holiday/event event, even in times of recession. Inflation can’t scare off Halloween, with spending on candy, decorations, costumes and accessories expected to reach a record $10.6 billion, topping last year’s high of $10.1 billion. There are seasonalfactors that can be compared to halloween. If halloween can receive maximum profitability by implementing innovative ideas like the season of Halloween. Halloween is international compared to events/rituals such as Carnival that takes place in Trinidad And Tobaggo. Therefore, they aren’t going to have the same profitability, liquidity, financial leverage, and asset turnover as the