fAAnG revisited – alternative financial ratios visualised III

This will be the third and last post on this subject. As already announced, not all fAAnG companies will be in the graph – only the 3 A-companies: Amazon, Alphabet (although still represented by Google’s G in the acronym) and finally Apple.

Woman with iPad (Photo by cuncon on Pixabay)

Originally I expected the cash flow approach, together with current liabilities and current assets to be very interesting, but obviously it’s not. Only a fraction of the visitors of the previous series seems to be interested. Next time I will write about a very different subject, but of course still using the AnRep3D generator to create 3D-graphs. So let’s keep it short, because the subject is not as exciting as I thought.

Like before, I picked the numbers from both the form 10-K and the Annual Report. For numbers that were accumulative, I subtracted the previous totals. Although Apple has a broken bookyear, that’s irrelevant now because we are talking quarters. All companies are in USD, so that’s not an issue either.

The combination was a bit of a surprise, as Apple has a high cash flow, but relative to the total sales or revenue, Alphabet is in the lead. Then, Apple has more or less the same ratio of Current Assets to Current Liabilities, although the amounts are both twice as large.

Alphabet, on the other hand, has a much better ratio as the current assets are about the same as Apple’s, but its current liabilities are much lower! Neither Alphabet nor Apple show a negative cash flow during the period from the start of 2017. Yet Amazon did as the two red roofs show immediately.

Amazon Alphabet Apple 3D graph

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That’s it for the 3A-companies! Let’s see what the next subject will be.

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About AnRep3D

AnRep3D is the new company, founded after the handover of Scientassist (together with VRBI) to one of my sons. From now I will focus on three-dimensional graphs for the financial markets, showing the main figures from annual reports in comparison.
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