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Lakeland Industries Beneish M-Score

: 0.00 (As of Today)
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The zones of discrimination for M-Score is as such:

An M-Score of equal or less than -1.78 suggests that the company is unlikely to be a manipulator.
An M-Score of greater than -1.78 signals that the company is likely to be a manipulator.

During the past 13 years, the highest Beneish M-Score of Lakeland Industries was 0.00. The lowest was -3.21. And the median was -2.14.


Lakeland Industries Beneish M-Score Historical Data

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are indicated in the company's associated stock exchange currency.

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Lakeland Industries Annual Data
Jan12 Jan13 Jan14 Jan15 Jan16 Jan17 Jan18 Jan19 Jan20 Jan21
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Lakeland Industries Quarterly Data
Apr16 Jul16 Oct16 Jan17 Apr17 Jul17 Oct17 Jan18 Apr18 Jul18 Oct18 Jan19 Apr19 Jul19 Oct19 Jan20 Apr20 Jul20 Oct20 Jan21
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Lakeland Industries Beneish M-Score Distribution

* The bar in red indicates where Lakeland Industries's Beneish M-Score falls into.



Lakeland Industries Beneish M-Score Calculation

The M-score was created by Professor Messod Beneish. Instead of measuring the bankruptcy risk (Altman Z-Score) or business trend (Piotroski F-Score), M-score can be used to detect the risk of earnings manipulation. This is the original research paper on M-score.

The M-Score Variables:

The M-score of Lakeland Industries for today is based on a combination of the following eight different indices:

M=-4.84+0.92 * DSRI+0.528 * GMI+0.404 * AQI+0.892 * SGI+0.115 * DEPI
=-4.84+0.92 * +0.528 * +0.404 * +0.892 * +0.115 *
-0.172 * SGAI+4.679 * TATA-0.327 * LVGI
-0.172 * +4.679 * -0.327 *
=

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are indicated in the company's associated stock exchange currency.

This Year (Jan21) TTM:Last Year (Jan20) TTM:
Accounts Receivable was $21.7 Mil.
Revenue was 36.946 + 41.451 + 35.021 + 45.582 = $159.0 Mil.
Gross Profit was 18.078 + 21.688 + 17.34 + 22.144 = $79.3 Mil.
Total Current Assets was $123.6 Mil.
Total Assets was $139.9 Mil.
Property, Plant and Equipment(Net PPE) was $12.2 Mil.
Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization(DDA) was $2.0 Mil.
Selling, General, & Admin. Expense(SGA) was $0.0 Mil.
Total Current Liabilities was $15.4 Mil.
Long-Term Debt & Capital Lease Obligation was $1.6 Mil.
Net Income was 7.869 + 9.264 + 9.339 + 8.634 = $35.1 Mil.
Non Operating Income was 0.001 + 0.012 + 0.031 + 0.006 = $0.1 Mil.
Cash Flow from Operations was 12.64 + 5.695 + 12.078 + 10.253 = $40.7 Mil.
Accounts Receivable was $17.7 Mil.
Revenue was 28.189 + 27.464 + 27.472 + 24.684 = $107.8 Mil.
Gross Profit was 10.626 + 9.298 + 10.419 + 7.554 = $37.9 Mil.
Total Current Assets was $79.8 Mil.
Total Assets was $99.4 Mil.
Property, Plant and Equipment(Net PPE) was $12.4 Mil.
Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization(DDA) was $1.6 Mil.
Selling, General, & Admin. Expense(SGA) was $0.0 Mil.
Total Current Liabilities was $12.9 Mil.
Long-Term Debt & Capital Lease Obligation was $1.4 Mil.




1. DSRI = Days Sales in Receivables Index

Measured as the ratio of Revenue in Accounts Receivable in year t to year t-1.

A large increase in DSR could be indicative of revenue inflation.

DSRI=(Receivables_t / Revenue_t) / (Receivables_t-1 / Revenue_t-1)
=(21.702 / 159) / (17.702 / 107.809)
=0.13649057 / 0.16419779
=

2. GMI = Gross Margin Index

Measured as the ratio of gross margin in year t-1 to gross margin in year t.

Gross margin has deteriorated when this index is above 1. A firm with poorer prospects is more likely to manipulate earnings.

GMI=GrossMargin_t-1 / GrossMargin_t
=(GrossProfit_t-1 / Revenue_t-1) / (GrossProfit_t / Revenue_t)
=(37.897 / 107.809) / (79.25 / 159)
=0.35151982 / 0.49842767
=

3. AQI = Asset Quality Index

AQI is the ratio of asset quality in year t to year t-1.

Asset quality is measured as the ratio of non-current assets other than Property, Plant and Equipment to Total Assets.

AQI=(1 - (CurrentAssets_t + PPE_t) / TotalAssets_t) / (1 - (CurrentAssets_t-1 + PPE_t-1) / TotalAssets_t-1)
=(1 - (123.609 + 12.166) / 139.925) / (1 - (79.807 + 12.357) / 99.405)
=0.02965875 / 0.07284342
=

4. SGI = Sales Growth Index

Ratio of Revenue in year t to sales in year t-1.

Sales growth is not itself a measure of manipulation. However, growth companies are likely to find themselves under pressure to manipulate in order to keep up appearances.

SGI=Sales_t / Sales_t-1
=Revenue_t / Revenue_t-1
=159 / 107.809
=

5. DEPI = Depreciation Index

Measured as the ratio of the rate of Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization in year t-1 to the corresponding rate in year t.

DEPI greater than 1 indicates that assets are being depreciated at a slower rate. This suggests that the firm might be revising useful asset life assumptions upwards, or adopting a new method that is income friendly.

DEPI=(Depreciation_t-1 / (Depreciaton_t-1 + PPE_t-1)) / (Depreciation_t / (Depreciaton_t + PPE_t))
=(1.645 / (1.645 + 12.357)) / (1.965 / (1.965 + 12.166))
=0.11748322 / 0.13905598
=

Note: If the Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization data is not available, we assume that the depreciation rate is constant and set the Depreciation Index to 1.

6. SGAI = Sales, General and Administrative expenses Index

The ratio of Selling, General, & Admin. Expense(SGA) to Sales in year t relative to year t-1.

SGA expenses index > 1 means that the company is becoming less efficient in generate sales.

SGAI=(SGA_t / Sales_t) / (SGA_t-1 /Sales_t-1)
=(0 / 159) / (0 / 107.809)
=0 / 0
=

7. LVGI = Leverage Index

The ratio of total debt to Total Assets in year t relative to yeat t-1.

An LVGI > 1 indicates an increase in leverage

LVGI=((LTD_t + CurrentLiabilities_t) / TotalAssets_t) / ((LTD_t-1 + CurrentLiabilities_t-1) / TotalAssets_t-1)
=((1.613 + 15.394) / 139.925) / ((1.414 + 12.939) / 99.405)
=0.12154368 / 0.14438912
=

8. TATA = Total Accruals to Total Assets

Total accruals calculated as the change in working capital accounts other than cash less depreciation.

TATA=(IncomefromContinuingOperations_t - CashFlowsfromOperations_t) / TotalAssets_t
=(NetIncome_t - NonOperatingIncome_t - CashFlowsfromOperations_t) / TotalAssets_t
=(35.106 - 0.05 - 40.666) / 139.925
=-0.0401

An M-Score of equal or less than -1.78 suggests that the company is unlikely to be a manipulator. An M-Score of greater than -1.78 signals that the company is likely to be a manipulator.


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