Zeta model

Zeta model, developed by Edward Altman of New York University is a formula that is used to forecast a public company's chances of bankruptcy in two years time. The result of the formula is called a Z score. A low Z score means that a company has a high probability of going bankrupt, however, this is only an assumptive figure that can never be 100% true.

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