Financial Ratios

The accounts receivable turnover ratio measures a companies effectiveness in terms of qualifying their credit borrowers and collecting monies owed from them.

The Altman Z-Score gives an insight into the possibility of bankrupcy for a specific company.
The appraisal ratio is a financial measure of how a fund manager is fairing against a relevant benchmark.
he Berry ratio is one of the leading indicators of a company’s profitability, and is used to make determinations about transfer pricing for various corporations and businesses.
The book to market ratio provides relative value of a company by dividing its book value by its market value; it tells investors whether the company is undervalued or overvalued.

The days payable outstanding (DPO) calculates the total time it takes a business to pay back its creditors.

Liquidity ratios provide investors with details on a companies abilities to pay their short term debt. Liquidity ratios such as the current ratio, quick ratio, and cash ratio are used by many banks before extending loans to companies.
The PEG ratio integrates growth expectations into the P/E ratio to determine if a company is cheap or expensive based on its growth rates.
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