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Week 3 Notes for Fundamentals of Disease

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Week 3 Notes for Fundamentals of Disease FIN 305

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Chapter 5 Notes
Fundamentals of Finance
John D. Hopkins
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Week 3 Notes for FIN 305 Fundamentals of Finance 9/05 Labor Day – No Class 9/07 Continuation of Chapter 5 – Analysis of Financial Statements EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) ­Measures the amount of cash thrown off from the operations of the company Trend Analysis ­Compares performance from period to period & across a number of periods *Less debt means less financial risk Industry Comparisons ­Compares performance with industry average & with closest competitor *Book Value is not equal to the liquidation value *Going Concern Value = when a company’s market value is greater than their liquidation value *Worth More Dead than Alive = when a company’s liquation value is greater than their market value Du Pont Equation ­ROA = NPM x TAT ­ROA = Return on Assets ­NPM = Net Profit Margin ­TAT = Total Asset Turnover 9/09 Return on Assets ­A firm with a low TAT needs a high NPM to have a good ROA ­A firm with a high TAT can have a low NPM and still have a good ROA *Whatever one is higher, either TAT or NPM, is the one that is effecting ROA Modified Du Pont Equation ­ROE = NPM x TAT x EM ­ROE = Return on Equity ­NPM = Net Profit Margin ­TAT = Total Asset Turnover ­EM = Equity Multiplied *The bigger the EM, the bigger return on equity *ROE = ROA x EM ­Want a high ROE because that money is coming back to you Equity Multiplied ­As debt increases ­Equity decreases ­Equity multiplier increases ­ROE increases


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