BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO INVESTING is an investment approach that first seeks individual companies with attractive investment potential, then proceeds to a consideration of the larger economic and industry trends affecting those companies. See TOP-DOWN APPROACH TO INVESTING.
CURRENT RATIO, a comparison of current assets to current liabilities, is a commonly used measure of short-run solvency, i.e., the immediate ability of a firm to pay its current debts as they come due. Current Ratio is particularly important to a company thinking of borrowing money or getting credit from their suppliers. Potential creditors use this ratio to measure a companys liquidity or ability to pay off short-term debts. Though acceptable ratios may vary from industry to industry below 1.00 is not atypical for high quality companies with easy access to capital markets to finance unexpected cash requirements. Smaller companies, however, should have higher current ratios to meet unexpected cash requirements. The rule of thumb Current Ratio for small companies is 2:1, indicating the need for a level of safety in the ability to cover unforeseen cash needs from current assets. Current Ratio is best compared to the industry. Formula: Current Assets / Current Liabilities
UN-CREDITED CHECK is a check that has been presented to the bank but still are under process by the bank. The customer account has been debited already.
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