Equation Sheet.docx

# Equation Sheet.docx - Compounding Annually(P1-P0/P0 Total...

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Compounding Annually (P1-P0)/P0 P(1+r)^t Common Equity= Assets-Liabilities-Preferred Stock Net Working Capital (NWC)= Current Assets(CA)-Current Liabilities(CL Cash Flow from Assets (CFA)= Operating Cash Flow-Change in fixed Assets-Change in NWC Or Cash Flow to Bondholders/Creditors (CFb) +Cash Flow to Stockholders (CFs) Operating Cashflow (OCF)= EBIT+Depreciation-Taxes Change in Net Fixed Assets or Net Capital Spending (NCS)= Ending FA-Beg. FA + Depreciation Change in Net Working Capital (NWC)= (CA end –CL end)-(CA beg-CL beg) Cashflow(CF) From Assets= Operating CF – Change in FA – Change in NWC Or CF creditors + CF stockholders CF to Creditors= Interest Paid – Net new long-term borrowing CF to Stockholders= Dividends Paid – new net equity Current Ratio= Total CA/Total CL Quick Ratio= Quick Assets aka (Total CA- Inventory)/Total CL Total Asset Turnover= Total Operating Revenues/TA Fixed Asset Utilization= FA/Sales Receivables Turnover= Total Operating Revenues/Receivables Avg. Collection period= Days in period/Receivables Turnover Inventory Turnover= COGS/Inventory Days in Inventory= Days in Period/Inventory turnover Debt Ratio= Total Debt(TB)/Total Assets Debt-to-Equity Ratio=
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