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About Inventory to Sales
The Inventory to Sales ratio measures the percentage of inventory the company currently has on hand to support the current amount of sales.
Interpreting the Inventory to Sales Calculator Results
If Inventory to Sales increases over time:
An increasing Inventory to Sales ratio is generally a negative sign, showing the company may be having trouble keeping inventory down and/or Net Sales have slowed, and can sometimes indicate larger financial problems the company may be facing.
If Inventory to Sales decreases over time:
A decreasing Inventory to Sales ratio is generally a positive sign, showing the company has been more able to keep inventory down and/or Net Sales have increased.
If Inventory to Sales stays the same over time:
An unchanged Inventory to Sales ratio may indicate the company”s ability to keep inventory levels down and/or Net Sales strong has remained the same.