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Financial ratio analysis the finance storyteller

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वित्तीय अनुपात समझाया! वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण कैसे काम करता है? आइए दस सबसे लोकप्रिय वित्तीय अनुपातों पर चर्चा करें जो आपको संख्याओं के पीछे की कहानी खोजने में मदद कर सकते हैं। वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण पर आरंभ करने के लिए आपको क्या चाहिए? आपको एक आय विवरण की आवश्यकता है, एक वर्ष के दौरान कंपनी ने कितना लाभ कमाया है इसका अवलोकन। आपको एक बैलेंस शीट की भी आवश्यकता है, एक कंपनी के पास क्या है और एक विशिष्ट समय पर कंपनी का क्या बकाया है, इसका एक सिंहावलोकन। हम वित्तीय अनुपातों के साथ शुरू करेंगे जो केवल आय विवरण पर ध्यान केंद्रित करते हैं, फिर #financialratios को देखें जो केवल बैलेंस शीट पर ध्यान केंद्रित करते हैं, और शक्तिशाली वित्तीय अनुपात के साथ समाप्त होते हैं जो आय विवरण और बैलेंस शीट से जानकारी को जोड़ते हैं। एक वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण करने के लिए एक वैज्ञानिक तत्व है (डेटा ढूंढना और इसे सूत्रों में डालना), साथ ही एक कलात्मक तत्व (गणना के परिणाम को अर्थ प्रदान करना, और बड़ी तस्वीर देखना)। ️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 00:00 वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण का परिचय 00:12 आय विवरण और बैलेंस शीट 00:45 वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण: एक कला और एक विज्ञान 01:02 आय विवरण पर वित्तीय अनुपात 01:39 सकल लाभ% – ऑपरेटिंग मार्जिन% – बिक्री पर रिटर्न% 02:29 आय विवरण का विश्लेषण वित्तीय अनुपात 03:35 बैलेंस शीट पर वित्तीय अनुपात 04:01 वर्तमान अनुपात 04:40 कार्यशील पूंजी 05:16 ऋण-से-इक्विटी अनुपात 06:30 आय विवरण और शेष राशि को मिलाकर वित्तीय अनुपात शीट 06:46 इक्विटी पर रिटर्न 07:26 एसेट टर्नओवर अनुपात 08:00 प्राप्य टर्नओवर अनुपात 08:18 दिन की बिक्री बकाया 08:38 इन्वेंटरी टर्नओवर अनुपात 08:58 वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण सारांश वित्तीय अनुपात विश्लेषण पर इस वीडियो में, हम दस वित्तीय कवर करते हैं अनुपात: आय विवरण पर: सकल लाभ%, परिचालन मार्जिन%, बिक्री पर वापसी% बैलेंस शीट पर: वर्तमान अनुपात, ऋण-से-इक्विटी, कुल के% के रूप में इक्विटी जब पी एंड एल और बैलेंस शीट को जोड़ते हैं: इक्विटी पर वापसी , परिसंपत्ति कारोबार, प्राप्य कारोबार देखें, इन्वेंट्री टर्नओवर Philip de Vroe (द फाइनेंस स्टोरीटेलर) का उद्देश्य रणनीति, #वित्त और नेतृत्व को सुखद और समझने में आसान बनाना है। अपनी कंपनी में अपने सीईओ के साथ बातचीत में शामिल होने के लिए व्यवसाय और लेखा शब्दावली सीखें। समझें कि बेहतर निवेश निर्णय लेने के लिए वित्तीय विवरण कैसे काम करते हैं। फिलिप विभिन्न स्वरूपों में #financetraining प्रदान करता है: YouTube वीडियो, कक्षा सत्र, वेबिनार और व्यवसाय सिमुलेशन। Linked In के माध्यम से मेरे साथ जुड़ें! ,

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The Finance Storyteller 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Lots of exciting and helpful new videos coming up! Be sure to click the like button, subscribe and turn on notifications to ensure you don't miss anything. Dive deeper into financial ratios by watching my videos on the Current Ratio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkiSWO2OYho and DuPont ROE analysis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhbDDSohJ84 Or zoom out to the bigger picture of financial analysis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG-oXx54qxE&list=PLKbmcnUUQMlkfVUEfWOd_ffOMgNPZu7KZ

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Reuben 1 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

When calculating Working Capital and adding up the current assets i thought cash would be included. If not why not?

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Reuben 1 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Thank you

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KIPONee 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

How do you make everything relative for the income statement? thank you

EDIT: ooooh I see you’re basically making it into a common size income correct?

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Amrutha Krishnakumar 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Is the ideal ratios were different for different companies?
What are the ideal ratios of a government company?

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twolate2l00k 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Excellent videos. Are you Dutch?

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Saq Saq 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I think the inventory formula is wrong. It should be COGS/ av. inventory

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Pandoy Penduko 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Sir may I ask, why do you say that company A has lower leverage compared to company B? leverage in terms of what? The ratios clearly shows that the company A, relies on its equity than than company B who relies on borrowings. Can you please shed some enlightenment? Thanks

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Gaby Urey 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Excellent explication

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GlorySeeker 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I finally able to learn about financial ratio. I always invested without understanding this basic. Thanks for your explanation. It's easy and now i know how to write my own story.

By the way, i would to like about net margin and operating. If the margin are all in 2 digits instead 1 digit, what does it mean?

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safa bdr 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Thank you very much sir

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Meriem Lay 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

The way you explain reminded me a lot of one of my professors! Thanks a lot sir, this was very useful !

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Abdelhadi Redouane 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Finally , we Got an opportunity to see your face 😅

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Fred A 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

This video offers a lot of good information on how to calculate things, but I still don't know which company is doing the best, so I don't know which figures I should be focusing on to ensure I'm not in serious risk.

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CATHERINE SHEILAH NABUKEERA 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Absolutely Ah-mazing! As somebody from a non-financial background, I think I've finally gotten these ratios into my head..permanently! Thanks for making this super helpful video

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sanskriti tripathy 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I just watched a 4 hour video and learnt what this 10 minute video taught me

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sanskriti tripathy 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

This was awesome

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Jia Lin CAI 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Hi, I want to say thank you for the videos!I'm an English major and I have taken some electives in Economics. I have an interview coming soon. Your videos help me refresh what I have been reading on my own. Wish there can be some excel practices or case analysis!

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Shahrukh Khan 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Amazing channel…. I love it and the way you have taught.. keep it up 🙂

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Soundharya Kannan 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Thank you so much for this video but doesnt working capital mean current assets – current liabilities ? why was cash excluded at 4.59 then? Thanks!

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Ngoc Tran 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I think there are some definitions are not right. For example, inventory turnover must be Cost of Good Sold divided average inventory amount. If we use revenue, the ratio will be overstated.

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alonso soto 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Great , a very good analysis.
Thanks you.

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Panda On Steroids 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I like you.

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Javeria J 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

I have an interview tomorrow and I am roughly brushing through finance concepts and I must say that your videos have saved me a lot of time! You have explained everything with a lot of crispness and clarity, no shenanigans. Exactly what's needed for finance studies. Keep it up! Great work!

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wiz ness 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Hi, does receivable turnover and debtors turnover are the same thing?

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Vinh Nguyễn 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

so helpful, thank you so much

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RYE ANGELES 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Quick Question: What's the other term for "Equity as % of Balance Sheet Total
"? TIA!

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shibu dey 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

You did a good job, great job and excellent job!

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craig taylor 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Hi again lol on the day sales outstanding, the 150 is a number of what? Invoices, money made? I can’t see why a higher number means more days, more accounts receivable should be better right, more people paying, but I suppose one could be charging more for an item and this have the same revenue for less accounts receivable?? Sorryyyy

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craig taylor 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Hey buddy, can I just check on the working capital for company b, you said they seem to be getting paid by customer before having to pay suppliers, it’s seems it’s the other way round, they have to pay there suppliers (accounts payable) first before getting paid by the customer as there is more going out than in, did I get that right??

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Laurentius 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Alleen echte strijdes herkennen het Hollandsche accent 🙂

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Riley 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Absolutely amazing Thanyou

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jbb 08/12/2021 - 10:32 Chiều

Isnt it wrong to calculate Revenue-Inventory as inventory is taken at cost rather than selling price?

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