Flashcards in Chapter 4: financial statement analysis and forecasting 2 Deck (36)

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## what are the productivity ratios

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1. receivable turnover ratio

2. average collection period (ACP)

3. inventory turnover ratio

4. Average days sales in inventory (ADSi)

5. Fixed asset turnover

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## How do you calculate receivable turnover ratio

### revenue / ar

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## how do you calculate average collection period (ACP)

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AR/ Avg. daily credit sales

= 365/ receivable turnover

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## how do you calculate inventory turnover ratio

### COGS / Inventory

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## how do you calculate average days sales in inventory (ADSI)

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inventory / avg daily sales -

365/ inventory turnover

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## how do you calculate fixed asset turnover

### sales / net fixed assets

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## what does ACP show

### estimates the number of days it takes for a company to collect on its A/R

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## what does receivable turnover show

### measure the sales generated by every dollar of receivable

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## what does inventory turnover ratio show

### measures the number of times ending inventory was turnover (or sold during the year)

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## what is a danger about inventory turnover ratio

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managers often try to improve this ratio when they are close to year end (through inventory reduction strategies )

- ie. cash and carry sales, clearance)

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## what does average days sales in inventory show

### estimates the number of days sales tied up in inventory, based on ending inventory values

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## what does fixed asset turnover show

### estimates the number of sales produced by each dollar of net fixed assets

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## What do productivity ratios show

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measure the company's ability to generate sale sform its assets

0 excessive investment in assets with little or no increase in sales reduces the rate of return on both assets (roa) and (ROE)

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## What are the liquidity ratios

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1. working capital

2. current ratio

3. quick (Acid test)

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## what do liquidity ratios measures

### the ability of the company to meet its financial obligations as they mature using liquid (cash or near cash) resources

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## what is the formula for working capital

### current assets / total assets

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## what is the formula for current ratio

### current assets / current liabilities

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## what is the formula for quick acid test

### cash + marketable securities + AR / current liabilities

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## what does working capital show

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measures the proportion of total assets invested in current assets

- demonstrates the company's capital intensity and corporate liquidity

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## what does the current ratio measure

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measures the number of dollars of current assets for each dollar of current liabilities

- estimates the capacity of the company to meet its financial obligations as they mature

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## what does the quick acid test show

### recognizes that inventories and other current assets may be less liquid and in some cases when they have to be liquidated quickly, can result in cash flows that are less than book value

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## What are the valuation ratios

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1. equity book value per share (BVPS)

2. dividend yield

3. trailing price-earnings (p/e)

4. Forward P/E

5. Market-to-book

6. earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) multiple

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## how do you calculate equity book value per share (BVPS)

### SE / Number of shares

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## how do you calculate dividend yield

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dividend per share / price per share

DPS / P

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## How do you calculate the trailing price-earnings (or P/E)

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share price / earnings per share

P / EPS

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## how do you calculate forward P/E

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share price / estimated earnings per share

P / EEPS

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## how do you calculate market-to-book

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share price / book value per share

p / BVPS

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## how do you calculate Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization

### TEV (total enterprise value) / EBITDA

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## what does equity book value per share show

### expresses shareholder's equity on a per share basis

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