Formula
to calculate defensive interval period:
Defensive
Interval Period = (cash + marketable securities +
accounts receivable) / average daily purchases.
Defensive
interval period definition and explanation:
This
ratio indicates how long a business can operate on its
liquid assets without needing further revenues.
The
defensive interval period reveals nearterm liquidity as
a basis to meet expenses.
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