Cash Conversion Cycle TTM

The Cash Conversion Cycle shows how long cash is tied up in the working capital cycle from the first investment in inventory to the collection of accounts receivable. It is measured as Days Inventory Outstanding, plus Days Sales Outstanding minus Days Payable Outstanding and is measured on a TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains Cash Conversion Cycle

A low Cash Conversion Cycle means that a company is able to turn expenditure on inventory into revenue very quickly, which is a good thing.

A very high ratio indicates that a company takes a long time to collect revenues from the time of inventory purchase.

This is measured on a TTM basis.

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The 5 lowest Cash Conversion Cycle Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Cash Conversion Cycle StockRank
IST:KZBGY.E Kizilbuk Gayrimenkul Yatirim Ortakligi AS -2518014.15 8
HKG:2012 Sunshine Oilsands -2011697.61 62
NSQ:LILM Lilium NV -930550.8 6
HKG:1952 Everest Medicines -642330.68 5
NSQ:CASS Cass Information Systems -320149.6 53
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