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  1. Biz-Cafe Example of the DuPont Formula Ted Mitchell

  2. Two Basic Rules of Small Business Management • 1) Always separate the Family and the Domestic Activities and Expenses from • the Commercial Activities and Expenses • 2) Always separate the activities of managing the commerce of the daily business from • the activities of managing the business as an investment

  3. Comparing Two Investments • You own two Biz-Café Coffee Shops • Last Month In Café A You experiencedNet Profit = $23,000 • Last Month In Café B You experiencedNet Profit = $14,000 • You want to know why the difference before you fire the student running Café B or sell it to somebody else

  4. Compare A and B Using Balance Sheet and Income Statement

  5. Compare A and B Using Balance Sheet and Income Statement

  6. Compare A and B Using Balance Sheet and Income Statement Owners and Bankers are always interested in the ratio between the Owners’ Equity and the Bank’s participation. A has 73%debt to equity B has 60% debt to quity

  7. Compare A and B Using Balance Sheet and Income Statement

  8. You are upset that there is a $9,000 gap in net profit • What are the differences in the two investments that would explain the $9,000 difference in the net profits? • Classic Efficiency measures • 1) Return on Equity • 2) Return on Total Assets • 3) Return on Sales

  9. Comparing Two Investments • Last Month In Café A You experienced • Net Profit = $23,000 • Starting Equity = $34,000 • Return on Equity = 68% • Net Profit = Return on Starting Equity x Starting Equity • Net Profit = ROE x E • $23,000 = 68% x $34,000

  10. Comparing Two Investments • Last Month In Café B You experienced • Net Profit = $14,000 • Starting Equity = $25,000 • Return on Equity = 56% • Net Profit = Return on Starting Equity x Starting Equity • Net Profit = ROE x E • $14,000 = 56% x $25,000

  11. Compare A and BUsing a Two-Factor ROE Model Café B has less equity to work with and is less efficient in using it!

  12. Compare A and BUsing a Two-Factor ROA Model Café B has Fewer Assets to work with and is less efficient in using them!

  13. Compare A and BUsing a Two-Factor ROS Model Café B has less Sales Revenue to work with and is less efficient in converting it to profit!

  14. We could learn More with a Four-Factor Model

  15. The Expansion, Aggregation, Decomposition Process • To make the Performance variables of Revenue, and total Investment (Assets) explicit in the conversion Process • Net Profit = ROE x R/R x A/A x E • Z = Z/E x R/R x A/A x E expanded • Z = (ZxRxA)/(ExRxA) aggregated • Z = (Z/R) x (R/A) x (A/E) x E decomposed • Net Profit = ROS x Turnover x Leverage x Equity

  16. The ROE conversion factor • ROE = the efficiency at which the equity is being converted into profits • ROE is decomposed into three common ratios that investors use to compare investment • Owners’ leverage using ordinary debt • Rate of Asset Turnover (investment Efficiency) • Return on Sales (overall operations efficiency) • ROE = ROS x Asset Turnover x Qwners’ Leverage

  17. We learn More with a Four-Factor Model Café B has less equity to work with and is less efficient in using it!

  18. We learn More with a Four-Factor Model A Lower Leverage Implies less risk and a higher proportion of owner’s involvement in the investment Café B has less equity to work with and is less efficient in using it!

  19. We learn More with a Four-Factor Model A higher turnover rate implies a more efficient investment Café B has less equity to work with and is less efficient in using it!

  20. We learn More with a Four-Factor Model A Lower Return on Sales revenue Implies a less efficient set of managers! Café B has less equity to work with and is less efficient in using it!

  21. We learn More with a Four-Factor Model In future lectures I will teach you how to put a dollar value of the net profit gained or lost from the differences

  22. DuPont Model of ROE decomposition • Any Questions?