Ryan C. Fuhrmann, CFA

Ryan C. Fuhrmann, CFA

Ryan C. Fuhrmann, CFA, has a background in portfolio management, overseeing assets for high-net-worth individuals and covering a broad array of industries from a generalist perspective. An active student of investing, he focuses on communicating his ideas as an investment writer and learning from the financial community. Ryan is also actively involved with the CFA Institute. Feel free to visit his website at www.rationalanalyst.com.

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  1. Financial Analysis

    How do I calculate the inventory turnover ratio?

    The inventory turnover ratio is a key measure for evaluating how efficient management is at managing company inventory and generating sales from it.
  2. ETFs

    Energy ETFs vs. Energy Mutual Funds: Which are Better? (XLE, ...

    For investors looking to gain exposure to the energy sector in preparation for a rebound, there are a number of possible options.
  3. Politics & Money

    5 Presidents Who Couldn't Secure A Second Term

    These U.S. presidents couldn't get re-elected because of policy, stiff competition or lackluster performances in their first terms.
  4. Financial Analysis

    The Common-Size Analysis of Financial Statements

    Using common-size financial statements helps investors spot trends that a raw financial statement may not uncover.
  5. Investing Strategy

    5 Tips On When To Sell Your Stock

    Learn when it might be time to sell your stock.
  6. Markets & Economy

    Unemployment and Economic Growth: Okun's Law

    Unemployment and economic growth? Okun has a law for that.
  7. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    How Banks Set Interest Rates on Your Loans

    Many factors go into how banks set interest rates for loans. Use this information to negotiate the best possible rate when you're borrowing.
  8. Financial Analysis

    How do you calculate return on equity (ROE)?

    Return on equity (ROE) is a ratio that provides investors insight into how efficiently a company (or more specifically, its management team) is managing the equity that shareholders have contributed to ...
  9. Small Business

    How do you calculate working capital?

    The formula for calculating working capital is straightforward, but lends great insight into the shorter-term health of a firm.
  10. Financial Analysis

    What is the formula for calculating compound annual growth ...

    The concept of CAGR is relatively straightforward and requires only three primary inputs: an investments beginning value, ending value, and the time period.
  11. FA Profession

    Is Lenovo an Example of the New China?

    From modest beginnings, Chinese computer firm Lenovo has become the number one provider of personal computers in the world. But does this represent the new China?
  12. Financial Analysis

    The Future Outlook of the Golf Industry

    The popularity of golf peaked in 2003. To regain popularity and survive, the industry is adapting to appeal to a younger generation of players.
  13. Financial Analysis

    AR & Inventory Turnover Is Key For These Sectors

    Accounts receivable and inventory turnover are two important ratios in the current asset category. We will also discuss the key industries that benefit from a thorough understanding of these ratios.
  14. High Net Worth Strategy

    Three Perks Business Should Give Their Employees

    Firms that treat their employees well have a competitive advantage over their rivals. Here are three important perks to give your employees.
  15. FA Profession

    Why These Are the Most Valuable Brands of 2015

    A company's brand can be worth billions of dollars. Here are the most valuable global brands in 2015.
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