Handbook of business and financial ratios
A handy guide that shows how to use financial ratios to measure financial performance today and to project where the company will be tomorrow. Also shows how to pinpoint factors affecting liquidity position, improve cash flow, determine optimum inventory levels, and more.
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How to Put Time Series Trend Analysis to Work
The Need for a Standard of Measurement
Calculating Days of Sales in Backlog to Measure Backlog Effectiveness
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accounts actual analyze application arithmetic mean assessment balance sheet budget calculated cash flow collection common stock compared comparisons computation cost of sales creditors cumulative current assets current liabilities current period data in Model decrease determine developed deviation direct labor dollars direct labor hour direct manpower disbursements divide dividend earnings per share ending balance equation equity estimated Example expense ratios factor factory overhead financial position fixed assets fixed expenses funded debt G&A/selling expenses gross profit highlight income statement increase inventory investment June September December lagged liquidation limit measure method million Model 34 operating income organization organization's overhead expense owners percentage performance period ratio planning preferred stock price-earnings ratio product unit profitgraph progress payment projected provides Quarter Quarter quarterly ratios ratio to sales relationship relative reporting represents sales volume shown in Model stockholders total assets trend line valid variable expenses variances variations versus