Tag Archives: Financial Statement Analysis

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Common Size Analysis

Common size analysis is a sub-category of financial statement analysis. Often it is also referred to as Vertical Analysis. Without performing common size analysis in conjunction with other pertinent analysis on the financial statements (especially the income statement and balance sheet), it is very difficult to gain insights into changes that have occurred in the business from period to period.

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Key Financial Ratios – Market Value

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the last of 5 on key financial ratios. Market Value is covered in this last one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Solvency / Financial Leverage

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the fourth of 5 on key financial ratios. Solvency / Financial Leverage is covered in this one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Liquidity

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the third of 5 on key financial ratios. Liquidity is covered in this one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Asset Productivity

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the second of 5 on key financial ratios. Asset Productivity is covered in this one. 

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Key Financial Ratios – Profitability

There are a number of key financial ratios that can be used to assess a firm’s performance, competitiveness and ability borrow and pay debt. These key financial ratios cover a broad range of performance indicators including: (1) Profitability, (2) Asset Productivity, (3) Liquidity, (4) Solvency / Financial Leverage and (5) Market Value. This tutorial is the first of 5 on key financial ratios. Profitability is covered in this first one. 

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Company Analysis | Financial Analysis – Stryker Corporation

STRYKER CORPORATION COMPANY ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION:

This is a company analysis and financial analysis of Stryker Corporation. Founded in 1941 by Dr. Homer Stryker, an orthopedic surgeon and inventor, Kalamazoo based Stryker Corporation has grown to be one of the world’s most prominent medical technologies companies with annual revenues nearing $7billion and product distributions in over 120 countries[1]. The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker SYK and ranked 333 on the Fortune 500 list[2].