Basic Concepts of Stock Analysis

Inventory Turnover Ratio: A Complete Guide

Inventory turnover ratio is a measure of the efficiency of inventory management by a company. It tells us whether the company is using its inventory in the best possible manner or not. Inventory management is one of the most essential functions of the company. It

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Receivable Days: A Complete Guide

Receivable days represent the number of days customers are taking to pay a company for its sales. We calculate receivable days using the following formula: = 365 / (Sales / average of trade receivables outstanding at the start of the year and at the end

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Why We cannot always Trust What Management Claims

Management of any company is its best spokesperson. One of the responsibilities of the management is to create an environment conducive for the business of the company. Therefore, the management does its best to create the best possible positive impression about the company in front

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How Promoters benefit from Related Party Transactions

We believe that an investment in a stock is a faith in the integrity and shareholder-friendliness of the promoters. But many times, related party transactions break this faith. Stock investment is much more than the part-ownership of the company. This is because the person-in-charge of

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How Companies Inflate their Profits

Profit generated by a company is one of the most important parameters looked at by the investors. The profit forms a part of many key ratios used by investors like price to earnings ratio (PE ratio), return on equity (ROE), and return on capital employed

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