Synsets for "break even"

Synset: break_even.v.01

Synonyms: break_even

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: make neither profit nor loss

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Antonyms: lose

    

Synset: break_even.v.02

Synonyms: break_even

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: attain a level at which there is neither gain nor loss, as in business, gambling, or a competitive sport

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Lemmas: break_even

Hypernym: reach

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Break-even (economics) The break-even point is one of the simplest, yet least-used analytical tools. Identifying a break-even point helps provide a dynamic view of the relationships between sales, costs, and profits. For example, expressing break-even sales as a percentage of actual sales can help managers understand when to expect to break even (by linking the percent to when in the week or month this percent of sales might occur).
Break-even The accounting method of calculating break-even point does not include cost of working capital. The financial method of calculating break-even, called value added break-even analysis, is used to assess the feasibility of a project. This method not only accounts for all costs, it also includes the opportunity costs of the capital required to develop a project.
Break-even (economics) Margin of safety represents the strength of the business. It enables a business to know what is the exact amount it has gained or lost and whether they are over or below the break-even point. In break-even analysis, margin of safety is the extent by which actual or projected sales exceed the break-even sales.
Break-even Break-even (or break even) is the point of balance making "neither" a profit nor a loss. The term originates in finance, but the concept has been applied widely since.
Break-even (economics) There is a myth that Black Friday is the annual break-even point in American retail sales, but in fact retailers generally break-even, and indeed profit, nearly every quarter.
Cash break even ratio Cash Break Even Ratio = Operating Expenses + Mortgage Payment - Reserves for Replacement / Potential Gross Income
Bakken Formation As of January 2015, estimates varied on the break-even oil price for drilling Bakken wells. The North Dakota Department of Natural Resources estimated overall break-even to be just below US$40 per barrel. An analyst for Wood McKenzie said that the overall break-even price was US$62/barrel, but in high-productivity areas such as Sanish Field and Parshall Oil Field, the break-even price was US$38-US$40 per barrel.
Break-even (economics) The break-even point is one of the most commonly used concepts of financial analysis, and is not only limited to economic use, but can also be used by entrepreneurs, accountants, financial planners, managers and even marketers. Break-even points can be useful to all avenues of a business, as it allows employees to identify required outputs and work towards meeting these.
Bull spread Break even point= Lower strike price+ Net premium paid
Bull spread Break even point = upper strike price - net premium received
Break-even (economics) The break-even point (BEP) or break-even level represents the sales amount—in either unit (quantity) or revenue (sales) terms—that is required to cover total costs, consisting of both fixed and variable costs to the company. Total profit at the break-even point is zero. It is only possible for a firm to Break-even, if the dollar value of sales is higher than the variable cost per unit. This means that the selling price of the good must be higher than what the company paid for the good or its components for them to cover the initial price they paid (variable costs). Once they surpass the break-even price, the company can start making a profit.
Morris–Putnam point The Morris–Putnam point (MPP or “Profit Horizon” ) is the point within a break even analysis where an algorithmic trend line indicates break even will be exceeded by n percent.
Break-even The break-even point is achieved when the generated profits match the total costs accumulated till the date of profit generation. Establishing the break-even point helps businesses in setting plans for the levels of production which it needs to maintain be profitable.
Break-even (economics) By inserting different prices into the formula, you will obtain a number of break-even points, one for each possible price charged. If the firm changes the selling price for its product, from $2 to $2.30, in the example above, then it would have to sell only 1000/(2.3 - 0.6)= 589 units to break even, rather than 715.
Oscar love curse Some actresses have managed to "break" the curse. On even rarer occasions, actresses (e.g., Maggie Smith) both experience and break the curse.
Shoal Sand carried by the offshore moving bottom current is deposited where the current reaches the wave break. Other longshore bars may lie further offshore, representing the break point of even larger waves, or the break point at low tide.
Iron butterfly (options strategy) Using the following formulas, the break even points can be calculated:
Kiss of Death (1947 film) The film was not a major success but managed to break even on the world market.
Water supply and sanitation in Denmark Danish legislation requires full cost recovery for both water supply and sanitation (break-even principle).
Ski rental problem The break-even algorithm is known to be the best deterministic algorithm for this problem.