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January 28, 2012
Ratio Analysis Memo for Riordan Manufacturing
Riordan Manufacturing, Inc. is a company that assembles high-tech plastic products. Some of the products that Riordan assembles are plastic bottles, fans, heart valves, medical stents, and custom plastic parts. This memo is analyzes financial viability of Riordan Manufacturing, Inc. The first part of the memo will show the calculations for various types of ratio analysis. Additionally, there are horizontal and vertical analyses for Riordan’s balance sheet and income statement.
Profitability Ratios Profitability Ratios | | 2011 | 2010 | | | | | | | | Asset Turnover | | | | | | (Net Sales/Avg. Total Assets) | 1.62 | | 66,608,660 ÷ (47,409,137 + 34,825,498 = 82,234,635 ÷ 2) 41,117,317.5 = 1.6199 or 1.62 | | | | | 1.66 | 56,534,254 ÷(34,825,498 + 33,1004,430 = 67,299,928 ÷2) 33,964,964 = 1.6644 or 1.66 | | | | | | | Profit Margin | | | 4.97% | | 3,310,662 ÷66,608,660 = 0.497 or 4.97 | (Net Income/Net Sales) | | | 4.30% | 2,430,872 ÷ 56,534,254 = 0.429 or 4.30 | | | | | | | Return on Assets | | | 8.05% | | 3,310,662 ÷ (47,409,137 + 34,825,498 = 82,234,635 ÷ 2) 41,117,317.5 = 0.805 or 8.05 | (Net Income/Avg. Total Assets) | | 7.17% | 2,430,872 ÷ (34,825,498 + 33,1004,430 = 67,299,928 ÷2) 33,964,964 = 0.071569986 or 7.17 | | | | | | | Return on Common Stockholder's Equity | | | 10.44% | | 3,310,662 ÷ (33,477,982 + 29,946,92 ÷ 2) 31,712,487 = 0.104396164 or 10.44 | (Net Income/Avg. Common Stockholder's Equity) | | | | 8.46% | 2,430,872 ÷ (29,946,92 + 27,517,328 ÷ 2) 28,732,160 = 0.84604568 or 8.46 |
Solvency Ratios
A formulation used to measure a company's financial risk by determining how much of the company's assets have been financed by debt. The formula is calculated by adding short-term and long-term debt and

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