Under Armour And Nike: Financial Analysis

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On the attached Excel workbook, a look at Under Armour and Nike can be found. These two companies will be looked at in order to determine which would be a better company to invest in. In the below document, a more in depth financial performance can be found.
Three-Year Returns
The first look at these two companies is in regards to their three-year returns. These returns are based off a random seven-day stock period in order to determine how these two companies compare. Under Armour demonstrated a three-year return of 4.28% under the tab, Under Armour Stock Prices in W2 in cell D44. Based on this three-year return, Under Armour is performing moderately and an investor would see a return on their investment over a period of time. Nike demonstrated
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The return-on-equity ratio for 2014 is 15.4% under the tab, Under Armour Balance Sheet in W2 in cell N13. Finally, the return-on-equity ratio for 2015 is 13.9% under the tab, Under Armour Balance Sheet in W2 in cell M13.
When it comes to the return on assets ratio it is 0.95 USD for 2013 under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell P11. The return on assets ratio for 2014 is 1.17 USD under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell O11. Finally, the return on assets ratio for 2015 is 1.28 USD under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell N11.
When it comes to the profit margins ratio it is 7.0% for 2013 under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell P14. The profit margins ratio for 2014 is 6.7% under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell O14. Finally, the profit margins ratio for 2015 is 5.9% under the tab, Under Armour Income Statement in W2 in cell N14.
When it comes to the free cash flows ratio it is 207,900 USD for 2013 under the tab, Under Armour Cash Flow in W2 in cell Q10. The free cash flows ratio for 2014 is 359,561 USD under the tab, Under Armour Cash Flow in W2 in cell P10. Finally, the free cash flows ratio for 2015 is 254,824 USD under the tab, Under Armour Cash Flow in W2 in cell
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The price-to-earnings ratio for 2014 is 4.97 USD under the tab, Nike Income Statement in W2 in cell O12. Finally, the price-to-earnings ratio for 2015 is 5.32 USD under the tab, Nike Income Statement in W2 in cell N12.
When it comes to the debt-to-equity ratio it is 0.58 USD for 2013 under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell O9. The debt-to-equity ratio for 2014 is 0.72 USD under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell N9. Finally, the debt-to-equity ratio for 2015 is 0.70 USD under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell M9.
When it comes to the return-on-equity ratio it is 22.3% for 2013 under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell O13. The return-on-equity ratio for 2014 is 24.9% under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell N13. Finally, the return-on-equity ratio for 2015 is 25.8% under the tab, Nike Balance Sheet in W2 in cell M13.
When it comes to the return on assets ratio it is 13.83 USD for 2013 under the tab, Nike Income Statement in W2 in cell P11. The return on assets ratio for 2014 is 15.48 USD under the tab, Nike Income Statement in W2 in cell O11. Finally, the return on assets ratio for 2015 is 19.10 USD under the tab, Nike Income Statement in W2 in cell

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