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CHAPTER 9 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRY AND COMPANY ANALYSIS Presenter Venue Date
USES OF INDUSTRY ANALYSIS Understanding a companys business and business environment Identifying active equity investment opportunities Portfolio performance attribution
APPROACHES TO IDENTIFYING SIMILAR COMPANIES Industry Classification Products and/or Services Supplied Business- Cycle Sensitivities Statistical Similarities
CYCLICAL AND NONCYCLICAL COMPANIES Profits strongly correlated with economic activity Expensive, nonessential products High operating leverage Cyclical Company
LIMITATIONS OF INDUSTRY AND COMPANY DESCRIPTORS Growth Companies Cyclical Industries Defensive Industries Growth Industries
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) Russell Global Sectors (RGS) Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB)
REPRESENTATIVE INDUSTRY SECTORS Basic Materials and ProcessingConsumer DiscretionaryEnergyFinancial ServicesIndustrial/Producer DurablesTechnologyTelecommunicationsUtilities
GOVERNMENTAL INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE) Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
CONSTRUCTING A PEER GROUP Examine commercial classification systems Review companys annual reportReview competitors annual reportsReview industry trade publicationsCompare business activities
STRATEGIC ANALYSIS: PORTERS FIVE FORCES FRAMEWORK Intensity of Rivalry Bargaining Power of Customers Threat of New Entrants Threat of Substitute Products Bargaining Power of Suppliers First focus for analysis
EVALUATING THE THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS AND THE LEVEL OF COMPETITION What are the barriers to entry? How concentrated is the industry? What are capacity levels? How stable are market shares? Where is the industry in its life cycle? How important is price to the customers purchase decision?
BARRIERS TO ENTRY Sustainable Economic Profits Potential for Greater Pricing Power High Barriers to Entry
INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION ABC Company XYZ Company MNO Company What percentage of the market does each of the largest players have?
INDUSTRY CAPACITY Tight or Limited Capacity Demand Exceeds Supply Greater Pricing Power
MARKET SHARE STABILITY Unstable Market Share Limited Pricing Power
INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE Source: Based on Figure 2.4 in Hill and Source: Based on Figure 2.4 in Hill and Jones (2008).
LIMITATIONS OF INDUSTRY LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS Technological Changes Regulatory Changes Social Changes Demographic Changes
PRICE COMPETITION Price strongly affects customer purchase decisions Competition within the industry
MACROECONOMIC INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY GROWTH, PROFITABILITY, AND RISK Industry Growth, Profitability, and Risk Economic Growth Interest Rates Availability of Credit Inflation
OTHER INFLUENCES ON INDUSTRY GROWTH, PROFITABILITY, AND RISK Invention of the microchip Digital imaging Examples of Technological Influences Baby Boomer generation Aging populations Examples of Demographic Influences Tax policies and government spending Regulation Examples of Governmental Influences Changes in tobacco consumption Women in the workforce Examples of Social Influences
COMPANY ANALYSIS Provide a company profileExplain relevant industry characteristicsAnalyze demandAnalyze supply and input costsExplain the pricing environmentPresent and interpret relevant financial ratios
DECOMPOSITION OF ROE Net Profit Margin Asset Turnover Financial Leverage ROE
SUMMARY Uses of industry analysis Industry classification systems Establishing a peer group Strategic analysis: Porters five forces Industry and product life cycles Demographic, governmental, social, and technological influences Company analysis Cost and differentiation strategies Spreadsheet modeling