Symbol Name  CA (Thousands)   CL (Thousands)   Current Ratio   Net CA   Debt   Net CA / Debt  EPS DPR
NO STOCK   2019 2018 2017 2016 2008 2007 2006 2019 2018 2017 2016 AVG 2019 2018 2017 2016 MAX DEV
1 ADMF PT Adira Dinamika Multi Finance Tbk          30,658,310,000        12,606,760,000      2.43        18,051,550,000        11,859,482,000        1.52 1891 1815 1409 1009 1020 559 463 48% 39% 36% 33% 39% 9% 0% 36% 6% 36%
2 BBNI PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk               768,265,130             676,812,555      1.14               91,452,575               21,385,667        4.28 865 813 730 610 80 58 144 23% 31% 29% 20% 26% 3% 5% 24% 6% 24%
3 BISI PT BISI International Tbk     2,168,084,000,000      395,338,000,000      5.48   1,772,746,000,000        59,692,000,000      29.70 62 134 134 112 25 132 50 161% 75% 66% 29% 83% 79% 8% 58% 53% 79%
4 DVLA PT Darya-Varia Laboratoria Tbk            1,203,373,372             416,537,366      2.89             786,836,006               66,022,510      11.92 211 179 144 135 126 89 93 51% 60% 69% 26% 51% 1% 8% 61% 26% 61%
5 EKAD PT Ekadharma International Tbk        461,472,621,715        91,381,683,504           5      370,090,938,211        37,303,269,649        9.92 136 103 107 125 8 7 10 22% 17% 15% 8% 16% 6% 2% 13% 8% 13%
6 HEXA PT Hexindo Adiperkasa Tbk                      303,731                    165,874      1.83                    137,857                      11,150      12.36 610 637 369 179 235 304 369 83% 50% 63% 917% 278% 195% 228% 165% 638% 638%
7 ITMG PT Indo Tambangraya Megah Tbk                      766,450                    389,897      1.97                    376,553                      83,048        4.53 1693 3459 3120 1554 2820 993.3 473 162% 94% 78% 32% 92% 71% 3% 76% 60% 76%
8 MBAP PT Mitrabara Adiperdana Tbk 107,855,898 40,887,182      2.64               66,968,716 8,440,826.00        7.93 407 593 647 296 296 351 148 39% 96% 31% 34% 50% 11% 46% 15% 16% 46%
9 MFIN PT Mandala Multifinance Tbk            3,429,456,000             133,786,000    25.63          3,295,670,000          1,358,908,000        2.43 134 126 251 192 79 59 38 37% 119% 60% 10% 57% 19% 63% 3% 47% 63%
10 PANS PT Panin Sekuritas Tbk            2,214,701,296             721,507,776      3.07          1,493,193,520 244000000        6.12 221 118 247 353 50 241 173 45% 102% 73% 23% 61% 15% 41% 32% 38% 41%
11 PEGE PT Panca Global Kapital Tbk 730,968,211,726 224,159,947,561      3.26      506,808,264,165 769,628,000    658.51 34 31 44 34 11 19 15 24% 32% 23% 29% 27% 3% 5% 17% 2% 17%
12 PTBA PT Bukit Asam Tbk          11,739,344,000          4,935,696,000      2.38          6,803,648,000          2,967,541,000        2.29 359 436 388 951 741 329 210 95% 73% 74% 30% 68% 27% 5% 68% 37% 68%
13 RALS PT Ramayana Lestari Sentosa Tbk            3,557,488,000          1,093,095,000      3.25          2,464,393,000             322,487,000        7.64 115 82 60 60 60 51 44 43% 49% 60% 50% 51% 7% 2% 58% 1% 58%
14 SCCO PT Supreme Cable Manufacturing & Commerce Tbk     2,310,899,967,253   1,211,478,289,822           2   1,099,421,677,431        42,969,050,968      25.59 1518 1280 1310 1656 54 263 251 23% 27% 23% 14% 22% 1% 6% 17% 8% 17%
15 UNIC PT Unggul Indah Cahaya Tbk 176,402,109 66,564,069      2.65             109,838,040 3,513,626      31.26 346 669 443 801 0 86 27 26% 68% 165% 0% 65% 39% 3% 162% 65% 162%

 

The first basic concept in managing cash flow is about the difference in cash value at different times. It is caused mainly by either risk such as inflation or default risk, interest income, or both. Therefore, to be able to effectively prepare the money, we need to understand the time value of money concept.

 

FVN = PV(1 + r)N

or

PV = FVN(1 + r)-N 

where:

PV = Present cash value
FVN = Future cash value at period N
r = Compounding interest and/or inflation rate per period
N = The amount of period suited with r (if r is % p.a.*, then N must equal to years)
*per annum/yearly

note:

1. Detailed time value of money formulas (annuity, perpetuity, growth rate, etc.) can be accessed here...
2. We'd always reccommend using a financial calculators or softwares (such as Ms Excel) in order to do these equations and here's how to do it...

 

By knowing this, we can project how much our cash needs in the future based on our current needs when there are no fundamental changes. This will help us a lot in determining accurately whether we need additional cash or otherwise having too much cash on the bank. Excessive cash may incur an opportunity cost, thus, better cash flow management can surely be beneficial to businesses. Use this method to calculate projections for periods longer than a year. 

 

 


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