The Washington Wizards have been getting a lot of attention recently and their players are all on the trading bloc. But John Wall should not be considered the prized target for potential suitors. Continue reading
Prior to the start of the NBA season, we went over the Dollars Per Win (DPW) ratio for each NBA team. Now that the season has concluded, its time to revisit the ratios and rankings for the 2017-2018 season.
Picture this, you are selling your private practice and have lined up potential suitors who are willing to buy it. One potential buyer lives in the neighborhood so is familiar with the surrounding area, has a great network of local vendors and other business owners. They also have the money available now and have agreed upon the cost of the sale. Another potential investor is not from the area, does not have any major business experience and does not have the available cash to purchase the company and would need to gather funding from other people. The best choice would be to sell the company to the first investor, right? Not if the second investor is named Derek Jeter. Continue reading
In the investment world, financial ratios are used to determine if you’re paying to much for business or stock. To name a few there’s the quick ratio, debt to equity ratio and price to earning ratio. When calculated, these ratios show a number that may fall within a set range depending on the industry and the company’s peers. Investors and owners then use these numbers as metrics to gauge the business’s worth and health. Lets use the same framework and apply it the NBA, we call this Dollars Per Win.