Can I please get help on interpreting the four following 4 Financial ratio categories?
Interpretation can be short and sweet in a matter of a few sentences.
There are actually five basic financial ratio categories- liquidity, asset management, financial leverage, profitability, and market value ratios. The first four categories are based on information taken from a firm's income statements and balance sheets. The fifth category (market value) relates to stock market information to financial statement items.
Liquidity ratios use balance sheet data and is used to estimate the firms liquidity position. The less liquid the firm, the greater the risk of insolvency or default. In addition, because debt obligations are paid with cash, the firm's cash flows determine solvency. ...
The expert examines four financial ratios for mathematical equations. Interpretation are provided.