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Should I Buy NASDAQ:SCSC Stock? (12% Forecasted Return)



If, for example, a facility matured in 18 months, we could include the borrowing availability as a source of liquidity in year one, but exclude the amount in year two under the exceptional and strong descriptors (as well as include any drawn portions as debt maturities under uses of liquidity). This is because we do not assume an extension of bank lines--regardless of the company's perceived credit strength or issuer credit rating. For instance, whether the issuer credit rating on the company is speculative grade or investment grade, we do not assume bank lines will be extended beyond the current stated maturity.For example, if a company incurred a large working capital inflow in the fourth quarter, which more than offset working capital outflows during the first three quarters, we would use the peak working capital outflows within our A/B and A-B calculation. However, we avoid double-counting when the working capital outflow is already captured through our assumption of peak CP amount.The EBITDA declines companies would have to withstand and still have defined sources cover defined uses are as follows for each liquidity descriptor: Adequate: Positive A-B, even if forecasted EBITDA declines by 30%.Weak: A/B or A-B reflecting a material deficit over the next 12 months. We estimate SCSC ScanSource stock forecast parameters by: Dynatron Oscillators with ElasticNet Regression because of add or deduct cumulative effect of credit-spread-related revaluation of liabilities (12% Forecasted Return)

NASDAQ:SCSC Price Targets, Stock Forecast (Buy or Sell) as of 15 Jun 2022 for (n+1 year)

Stock: SCSC ScanSource

Time series to forecast n: 15 Jun 2022 for (n+1 year)

x axis:Likelihood %
y axis:Potential Impact %
z axis:Color (yellow to green) Technical Analysis %


Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is NASDAQ:SCSC buy or sell?
A: If, for example, a facility matured in 18 months, we could include the borrowing availability as a source of liquidity in year one, but exclude the amount in year two under the exceptional and strong descriptors (as well as include any drawn portions as debt maturities under uses of liquidity). This is because we do not assume an extension of bank lines--regardless of the company's perceived credit strength or issuer credit rating. For instance, whether the issuer credit rating on the company is speculative grade or investment grade, we do not assume bank lines will be extended beyond the current stated maturity.
Q: Is NASDAQ:SCSC expected to go up?
A: For example, if a company incurred a large working capital inflow in the fourth quarter, which more than offset working capital outflows during the first three quarters, we would use the peak working capital outflows within our A/B and A-B calculation. However, we avoid double-counting when the working capital outflow is already captured through our assumption of peak CP amount.
Q: Do analysts recommend investors buy shares of SCSC ScanSource ?
A: The EBITDA declines companies would have to withstand and still have defined sources cover defined uses are as follows for each liquidity descriptor: Adequate: Positive A-B, even if forecasted EBITDA declines by 30%.Weak: A/B or A-B reflecting a material deficit over the next 12 months.
Q: What is the the stock symbol of SCSC ScanSource ?
A: NASDAQ:SCSC
Q: What are the risks of investing NASDAQ:SCSC ?
A: We use risk analysis for NASDAQ:SCSC because of add or deduct cumulative effect of credit-spread-related revaluation of liabilities


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