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Author: MarkP28665 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 71  
Subject: Financials 3 of 3 Date: 9/5/2005 8:38 PM
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I probably should have just used one subject line and just replied but I didn' think of that until after I posted the second post.

Becuase 2005 is a partial year any ratio that uses both income and balance sheet data like return on assets is useless though income statement/income statement items like profit margin and balance sheet to balance sheet ratios like the quick ratio are valid.

Bard Selected Financials					

	          Last 4 Qtrs	2005	2004+	2003	2002
					
Current Ratio	        2.6	3.2	2.6	2.1	2.4
					
Quick(acid) Ratio	2.2 	3.1 	2.2 	1.7 	1.9 
					
Inventory Turnover	11.5 	25.0 	11.0 	9.2 	8.7 
					
Inventory Conversion	31.8 	7.3 	33.1 	39.9 	42.2 
					
Days Sales Outstanding	57.1 	57.2 	59.4 	57.1 	52.6 
					
Payables Deferral Period 14 	12 	14 	17 	29 
					
Cash Conversion Cycle	75 	52 	78 	80 	65 
					
Fixed Asset Turnover (property)	7.1	3.1	6.8	6.4	7.6
					
Total Asset Turnover	0.9	0.5	0.9	0.8	0.9
					
Debt Ratio      	28%	30%	30%	30%	30%
					
Times Interest Earned	35.4	64.7 	33.6 	18.9 	17.8 
					
Profit Margin, Gross	27.0%	26.1%	25.0%	15.6%	54.3%
					
Profit Margin, Net Sales 17.0%	19.0%	18.0%	12.0%	12.0%
					
BEP (Basic Earning Power) 23.0%	22.0%	22.0%	14.0%	16.0%
					
Return on Total Assets	15.0%	9.0%	15.9%	10.0%	10.9%
					
Return on Common Equity	22.5%	11.1%	23.8%	16.1%	17.6%
					
LTD / Revenue	        8.8%	17.3%	9.1%	10.6%	11.9%
					
LTD Payoff	        0.53 	0.91 	0.50 	0.90 	0.98 

-- Mark --
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