The best way to understand the Business Ferret is to see it in action. We created financial analysis report samples from six companies in six different industries to show you what this powerful monthly analysis tool can do. These financial analysis reports can be created for any publicly traded company or any private company if the financial data is supplied.
The Business Ferret analysis is more than just a report. We create these analyses monthly and walk executives and business owners through the information one piece at a time. Our goal is to uncover missteps and missed opportunities that help improve cash flow and reduce the risk of a business going under.
Our financial analysis of this restaurant shows serious problems which could easily lead to shutting their doors for good. Download the free PDF.
From highways, airports, and canals to residential and commercial development, this company builds it all, but their financial infrastructure is crumbling.
Precision is the name of the game for engineering services and also true in financial operations. So how is this firm doing with financial precision?
The downsized version of this publicly-traded fitness club chain operates on the east coast of the United States. Too bad their finances don’t have a membership.
An analysis of a large publicly traded company that roasts coffee and sells it through both wholesale and retail channels. Their finances have been falling apart for years.
With such a broad range of financial services, you might assume they would have their own finances in order but that’s not the case
While never a great measure of good financial practices, Granite’s stock price has seen better days. We’re here to show what’s behind the financial management.
We explore the financial management of Domino’s Pizza. This fast food giant is showing exactly how cash flow, net trade cycle, & EBTIDA is done. Take note!
Coach’s stock price has been on a roller-coaster for the last 10 years. Our analysis concentrates on the last 4 years to see what went wrong.
In 2010, we would have recommended WWVI stop seeking revenues and start focusing on gross profit margins and gross profit dollars immediately.
You might think that a LuluLemon, with a strong following and closing in on $1.6 billion in sales, has nothing to fear but you would be wrong.
We break down Tesla Motor’s finances and see if they’re a good bet or a disaster waiting to happen.