(19BII) "Sensitivity" Financial Forecasting

10032018, 10:55 PM
(This post was last modified: 11012018 02:43 AM by Gene.)
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(19BII) "Sensitivity" Financial Forecasting
Since the HP19BII seems to have, at the very least, a modest
following/interest in the MoHPC forum, I submit two extracts, [attachment=6409] (pg226) from two separate publications [attachment=6410] (pg 142) {complete with description/explanation} deploying the Modified Percent of Sales Method based on the following two equations; (F) Financial Needs Formula F = A/S(ΔS) + ΔNFA  LI /S(ΔS) P(S)(1d) + (RΔS): & (E) Projected Percent of Sales Externally Financed Formula E = (A/S  L1/S)  (P/g)(1+g)(1d) + (R/ΔS): where F = Cumulative financial A = Projected spontaneous assets S = Projected sales ΔS = Change in sales ΔNFA = Change in net fixed assets L1 = Spontaneous liabilities P = Projected profit margin (%) D = Dividend payout rate R = Debt maturities T = Targeted growth rate L = Leverage g = Sales growth rate The two equations are interconnected, since they both are derived from the popular IAS and FAS cash flow statement. BEST! SlideRule 

10052018, 01:52 PM
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RE: "Sensitivity" Financial Forecasting
Thank you for posting this  I have more reading material added to the must read list.


10052018, 03:36 PM
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RE: "Sensitivity" Financial Forecasting
Bitte schön, danke für’s lesen!
BEST! SlideRule 

10062018, 02:06 AM
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RE: "Sensitivity" Financial Forecasting
Really thanks SlideRule!
But I have to disagree, the 19BII is well regarded here! I have one 19B and one 19BII and love them! More things to do on this weekend! Cheers 

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