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Apart from price the other important factor considered in technical analysis is the volume of the trade.Technical analysis: Technical analysis Technical analysis believes in full: 1. Price reflects everything i.e. demands, supply forces, market news etc all factors are reflected in the price for the given period. 2. Prices move in trends. 3. Trends are repetitive. Technical Analysis is gives the answer at which price an investor should purchase a share on the basis of past graphical price movement. It gives answer of what and which not whyTechnical analysis: Technical analysis Technical Analysis is one among the five parameters of the Project Appraisal. In technical analysis we check the technical feasibility of the project. For Example, Machinery of the company, whether the machinery is competent enough to face the market conditions or it is obsolete, another example is location of the plant, whether the plant is located at the feasible site with regard the transport facilities, raw material availability conditions, etc.Site and Location: Site and Location The factors which are taken into consideration while selecting site and location: Raw material supply, proximity to markets, transportation facility, power supply, manpower, water, government policies, labor laws, climate, taxesSize of plant/scale of operations: Size of plant/scale of operations Technological capacity is standardized for achieving economies of scale. The size of the plant depends upon at what extent the demand of the product to be produced is available and also what are the resources available with us and is these both factors are feasible to plantTechnical feasibility: Technical feasibility Technical feasibility is calculated on following factors: Technology selected, availability of infrastructure, plant layout, project implementation schedules etcProcess of Procurement of Materials: Process of Procurement of Materials Planning – it is the function of setting levels of manufacturing, and purchasing to efficiently accomplish the objectives of the producer, and thus, the customer. Company's Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) system effectively manages all aspects of procurement from the quoting stage through product shipment. Information is regenerated daily to provide data that are necessary to plan effectively. It is a system designed specifically to ensure efficiency of product procurement and manufacturing. Purchasing – it is the process of qualifying suppliers, negotiating contracts, and acquiring material and services. Company's purchasing department works directly with the planning department to minimize lead times, costs, and salvage operations. Purchasing also manages vendor delivery and performance to reduce the need to expedite.Process of Procurement of Materials: Process of Procurement of Materials Inventory Control -- An important factor in satisfying customer ship requests. Daily cycle counts are performed to ensure the accuracy of Company's inventory, and to support the planning and purchasing activities. Company's inventory is secured, and lot-controlled for data integrity, and traceability. Receiving -- The function of verifying the physical receipt of material, checking for conformance with the purchase order, identification and delivery, and the preparation of receiving documents. This is the first step for material when it arrives at the receiving door. Incoming Inspection -- The function of carefully inspecting material as soon as it arrives at Company. Parts are inspected for quality and conformance before they ever make it into the stockroom. This ensures that the correct quantities meet specified requirements, and are available when needed.Location for the Project: Location for the Project Site Selection Factors 1. Accessibility 2. Image/Visual Quality 3. Demographic Patterns 4. Site Capacity 5. Neighborhood Compatibility 6. Legal Matters 7. Utilities Availability 8. PhysiographyAccessibility: Accessibility The site should be easily accessible by automobile and within walking distance of some potential users. However, pedestrian access will always be secondary.Image/Visual Quality: Image/Visual Quality The quality of the existing neighborhood surrounding the project needs to complement rather than detract from the project. The project site should be located in an area with a strong positive identity and image. Placing the project at the site should also be compatible with surrounding land uses, both existing and proposed.Demographic Patterns: Demographic Patterns A project should be located where the raw material is available in ample amount and market is also near by.Site Capacity: Site Capacity The site capacity means the site should be able to handle the increase in demand of the product and expansion of the company in any case.Neighborhood Compatibility: Neighborhood Compatibility It means the area of the project site should be compatible to that project. There should be other factories or barren land around the project. No residential area should be around the factories because lots of chemicals are mixed in the atmosphere.Legal Matters: Legal Matters The existence of easements or other restrictions can serve to minimize the buildable area of a site. A site owned by several persons/entities can be difficult to acquire. Zoning restrictions can hamper development, including parking and/or entrance/egress to and from the site.Utilities Availability: Utilities Availability To avoid extra costs, the presence of electrical, water, gas, and other services should be in place now, or by the time construction is scheduled to start.Physiographic: Physiographic The suitability of the soil, the topography of the site and orientation are considerations. Orientation considerations are also plays an important role You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.