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MAPOX - Mairs & Power Balanc...

Operating Data of Mairs & Power Balanced Fund Investor Class(MAPOX), The fund invests primarily in U.S. common stock and other securities convertible into common stock a

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Mairs & Power Balanced Fund Investor Class

MAPOX

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The fund invests primarily in U.S. common stock and other securities convertible into common stock as well as fixed income securities such as corporate bonds and U.S. government securities. The fund may also invest in securities of foreign issuers which are listed on a U.S. stock exchange or are represented by American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).

107.97 USD

-0.64 (-0.593%)

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EBIT (Operating profit)(Operating income)(Operating earning) = GROSS MARGIN (REVENUE - COGS) - OPERATING EXPENSES (R&D, RENT) EBIT = (1*) (2*) -> operating process (leverage -> interest -> EBT -> tax -> net Income) EBITDA = GROSS MARGIN (REVENUE - COGS) - OPERATING EXPENSES (R&D, RENT) + Depreciation + amortization EBITA = (1*) (2*) (3*) (4*) company's CURRENT operating profitability (i.e., how much profit it makes with its present assets and its operations on the products it produces and sells, as well as providing a proxy for cash flow) -> performance of a company (1*) discounting the effects of interest payments from different forms of financing (by ignoring interest payments), (2*) political jurisdictions (by ignoring tax), collections of assets (by ignoring depreciation of assets), and different takeover histories (by ignoring amortization often stemming from goodwill) (3*) collections of assets (by ignoring depreciation of assets) (4*) different takeover histories (by ignoring amortization often stemming from goodwill)

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