Accounts payable is not exclusive to businesses; it also extends to individuals with short-term debt obligations, such as credit card payments. Interpretation A decreasing turnover ratio indicates that a company is taking longer to pay off its suppliers than in previous periods. When the turnover ratio is increasing, the company is paying off suppliers at a faster rate than in previous periods. The rate at which a company pays its debts could indicate the financial condition of the firm.
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Examples of business or market sectors where this risk may be particularly high include: John Hancock does not provide advice regarding appropriate investment allocations. Merger and Replacement Transition Risk.
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Fund of Funds Risk.
A fund of funds invests in a number of underlying funds. A fund of fund's ability to achieve its investment objective will depend largely on the ability of its investment manager to select the appropriate mix of underlying funds and on the underlying funds ability to meet their investment objectives.
A fund of funds is subject to the same risks as the underlying funds in which it invests. Each fund of funds bears its own expenses and indirectly bears its proportionate share of expenses of the underlying funds in which it invests.
Commodity investments involve the risk of volatile market price fluctuations of commodities resulting from fluctuating demand, supply disruption, speculation and other factors.
A fund is exposed to liquidity risk when trading volume, lack of a market maker, or legal restrictions impair the fund's ability to sell particular securities or close derivative positions at an advantageous price. When a fund's investments are concentrated in a particular industry or sector of the economy e.
Funds concentrating in a particular industry sector tend to be more volatile than other mutual funds, and the values of their investments tend to go up and down more rapidly.
A fund that invests in a particular industry or sector is particularly susceptible to the impact of market, economic, regulatory and other factors affecting that industry or sector.
Risk of increase in expenses. Your actual costs of investing in the fund may be higher than the expenses shown in "Annual fund operating expenses" for a variety of reasons. For example, expense ratios may be higher than those shown if a fee limitation is changed or terminated or if average net assets decrease.
Net assets are more likely to decrease and fund expense ratios are more likely to increase when markets are volatile.
Derivatives are generally considered more risky than investing directly in securities and, in a down market, could become harder to value or sell at a fair price. The use of derivatives for hedging and other strategic transactions may increase the volatility of a fund and, if the transaction is not successful, could result in a significant loss to a fund.
Foreign securities involve special risks, including potentially unfavorable currency exchange rates, limited government regulation including less stringent investor protection and disclosure standards and exposure to possible economic, political and social instability.
To the extent the fund invests in emerging market countries, its foreign securities risk will be higher.
The fund is subject to the risks associated with purchases of shares issued in IPOs by companies that have little operating history as public companies. The market for IPO issuers has been volatile and share prices of certain newly-public companies have fluctuated in significant amounts over short periods of time.
Fixed-income securities or bonds are subject to credit risk and interest rate risk.
The credit rating of bonds in the fund could be downgraded or the issuer of a bond could default on its obligations. In general, lower-rated fixed-income securities involve more credit risk. When interest rates rise, bond prices generally fall.
Exchange Traded Funds are a type of investment company bought and sold on a securities exchange. An ETF often represents a fixed portfolio of securities designed to track a particular market index. The risks of owning an ETF generally reflect the risks of owning the underlying securities the ETF is designed to track.
The portfolio managers control security selection and asset allocation. There can be no assurance that either the Portfolio or the underlying funds will achieve their investment objectives.
The Portfolio is subject to the same risks as the underlying funds in which it invests. The Target Risk Portfolios available range from a conservative to aggressive investment strategy.Account Receivables Turnover Ratio Analysis The A/R turnover ratio for was , which was a monumental increase from in One reason for this increase was due to a conscious effort by Proctor and Gamble to improve collection times for incoming payments.
Procter & Gamble Co's Accounts Receivables Turnover Ratios from forth quarter to forth quarter rankings, averages and statistics, Average receivable collection period, Accounts receivables, Financial Information - CSIMarket. Receivables, or accounts receivable, are debts owed to a company by its customers for goods or services that have been delivered but not yet paid for.
John Hancock Multimanager Conservative Lifestyle Portfolio 13,, Investing solely in John Hancock Funds II - Multimanager Conservative Lifestyle Portfolio (Class 1) Sub-advised by John Hancock Asset Management. Receivables turnover ratio (sometimes called accounts receivable turnover) is an accounting term and a means of assessing the effectiveness of any corporation, limited liability company (LLC), or.
The receivables turnover ratio formula, sometimes referred to as accounts receivable turnover, is sales divided by the average of accounts receivables. Sales revenue is the amount a company earns in sales or services from its primary operations.