Break even analysis is a calculation of the quantity sold which generates enough revenues to equal expenses. In securities trading, it is the point at which gains are equal to losses.  In other word...
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) is a measure of a company's operating performance. It's a way to evaluate a company's performance without having to factor in fi...
Fixed costs are independent expenses that companies must pay, regardless of what their business does. Because they cover expenses that help keep the business up and running, they are sometimes referr...
Net cash flow is the difference between a company’s cash inflows and outflows within a given time period. After paying for all operating costs and debt payments, a company has a positive cash flow ...
Opportunity cost is the return on an investment/opportunity you missed out on, compared to the return on the investment that you chose. To determine what was lost (or gained), opportunity cost may be...
Present value (PV) measures the current value of an amount of money – or a stream of cash flows – that is expected in the future. This value will differ from the cash flows’ nominal value, sinc...
Variable costs are the direct costs a company incurs when producing goods or services. Variable costs are incurred in direct proportion to the quantity of goods or services produced.  Simply put: As...