Investors look at the Altman Z score to gauge the possibility of a firm going bankrupt in the near future. This Model is a valuable predictor of the financial distress of firms.

The Z score was published in 1968 by Edward Altman to gauge the company’s financial health. The Model incorporates 5 different ratios that are used to determine the chances of bankruptcy for the firm.

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