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Accounts Payable Turnover apturnover Efficiency Float The accounts payable turnover ratio is a short-term liquidity measure used to quantify the rate at which a company pays off its suppliers.The measure shows investors how many times per period the company pays its average payable amount. Accounts payable ...
Accounts Receivable Turnover arturnover Efficiency Float An accounting measure used to quantify a firm's effectiveness in extending credit and in collecting debts on that credit. The Accounts receivables turnover ratio is an activity ratio measuring how efficiently a firm uses its assets. In essence, the ...
Altman Z-Score altmanzscore Solvency Float The Altman Z-score is the output of a credit-strength test that gauges a publicly traded manufacturing company's likelihood of bankruptcy. The Altman Z-score is based on five financial ratios that can be calculated from data found on a company's annual 10K ...
Asset Turnover assetturnover Efficiency Float Asset turnover is the value of a companys sales or revenues generated relative to the value of its assets. The Asset Turnover can often be used as an indicator of the efficiency with which a company is deploying its assets in generating revenue. In general, ...
Augmented Payout Ratio augmentedpayoutratio Effectiveness Percentage
Book Value per Share bookvaluepershare Metric USD per Share
Capital Expenditures capex Metric USD
Cash Conversion Cycle ccc Efficiency Days
Cash Return on Invested Capital croic Effectiveness Percentage
Common Equity to Total Capital commontocap Capital Structure Percentage
Compound Leverage Factor compoundleveragefactor Leverage Float
Cost of Revenue to Revenue costofrevtorevenue Profitability Percentage
Current Ratio currentratio Liquidity Float The current ratio is a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term and long-term obligations. The current ratio is mainly used to give an idea of the company's ability to pay back its liabilities (debt and accounts payable) with its ...
Days Inventory Outstanding dio Efficiency Days The days sales of inventory value, or DSI, is a financial measure of a company's performance that gives investors an idea of how long it takes a company to turn its inventory (including goods that are a work in progress, if applicable) into sales. ...
Days Payable Outstanding dpo Efficiency Days Days payable outstanding (DPO) is a company's average payable period. Days payable outstanding tells how long it takes a company to pay its invoices from trade creditors, such as suppliers. DPO is typically looked at either quarterly or yearly.
Days Sales Outstanding dso Efficiency Days Days sales outstanding (DSO) is a measure of the average number of days that a company takes to collect revenue after a sale has been made. DSO is often determined on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis and can be calculated by dividing the amount of ...
Debt-free, Cash-free Net Working Capital dfcfnwc Metric USD
Debt-free, Cash-free Net Working Capital to Revenue dfcfnwctorev Liquidity Percentage
Debt-free Net Working Capital dfnwc Metric USD
Debt-free Net Working Capital to Revenue dfnwctorev Liquidity Percentage
Debt to EBITDA debttoebitda Solvency Float Debt/EBITDA is a measure of a company's ability to pay off its incurred debt. The ratio gives the investor the approximate amount of time that would be needed to pay off all debt, ignoring the factors of interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. ...
Debt to Equity debttoequity Leverage Float Debt/Equity Ratio is a debt ratio used to measure a company's financial leverage, calculated by dividing a companys total liabilities by its stockholders' equity. The D/E ratio indicates how much debt a company is using to finance its assets relative to the ...
Debt to NOPAT debttonopat Solvency Float
Debt to Total Capital debttototalcapital Capital Structure Percentage The debt-to-capital ratio is a measurement of a company's financial leverage. The debt-to-capital ratio is calculated by taking the company's debt, including both short- and long-term liabilities and dividing it by the total capital. Total capital is all ...
Dividend Payout Ratio divpayoutratio Effectiveness Percentage The dividend payout ratio provides an indication of how much money a company is returning to shareholders, versus how much money it is keeping on hand to reinvest in growth, pay off debt or add to cash reserves. This latter portion is known as retained ...
Dividend Yield dividendyield Valuation Percentage A financial ratio that indicates how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share price. Dividend yield is represented as a percentage and can be calculated by dividing the dollar value of dividends paid in a given year per share of ...
Earnings before Interest and Taxes ebit Metric USD EBIT measures the profit a company generates from its operations, making it synonymous with "operating profit." By ignoring tax and interest expenses, it focuses solely on a company's ability to generate earnings from operations, ignoring variables such as ...
Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization ebitda Metric USD EBITDA stands for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. EBITDA is one indicator of a company's financial performance and is used as a proxy for the earning potential of a business, although doing so has its drawbacks. Further, ...
Earnings Yield earningsyield Valuation Percentage Earnings yield are the earnings per share for the most recent 12-month period divided by the current market price per share. The earnings yield (which is the inverse of the P/E ratio) shows the percentage of each dollar invested in the stock that was earned ...
EBITDA Growth ebitdagrowth Growth Percentage
EBITDA Margin ebitdamargin Profitability Percentage EBITDA margin is a measurement of a company's operating profitability as a percentage of its total revenue. EBITDA margin can provide an investor, business owner or financial professional with a clear view of a company's operating profitability and cash ...
EBITDA Q/Q Growth ebitdaqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
EBIT Growth ebitgrowth Growth Percentage
EBIT Less CapEx to Interest Expense ebitlesscapextointerestex Coverage Float
EBIT Margin ebitmargin Profitability Percentage EBIT Margin is the ratio of Earnings before Interest and Taxes to net revenue - earned. It is a measure of a company's profitability on sales over a specific time period. Interpretation- This indicator gives information on a company's earnings ability.
EBIT Q/Q Growth ebitqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
EBIT to Interest Expense ebittointerestex Coverage Float EBIT to Interest Expense is a measurement of how much a company is earning (EBIT) over its interest payments or how easily a company can pay interest on outstanding debt. A ratio of three means that a company is making three times its interest payment ...
Effective Tax Rate efftaxrate Profitability Percentage The effective tax rate is the average rate at which a corporation is taxed. The effective tax rate for a corporation is the average rate at which its pre-tax profits are taxed.
Enterprise Value enterprisevalue Valuation USD Enterprise Value, or EV for short, is a measure of a company's total value, often used as a more comprehensive alternative to equity market capitalization. The market capitalization of a company is simply its share price multiplied by the number of shares a ...
Enterprise Value to EBIT evtoebit Valuation Multiple EV/EBIT is often used by analysts to quickly look at a company's valuation multiples. All things being equal, the lower this ratio is, the better.
Enterprise Value to EBITDA evtoebitda Valuation Multiple This popular metric is widely used as a valuation tool, allowing investors to compare the value of a company, debt included, to the companys cash earnings less noncash expenses. It is ideal for analysts and potential investors looking to compare companies ...
Enterprise Value to Free Cash Flow evtofcff Valuation Multiple
Enterprise Value to Invested Capital evtoinvestedcapital Valuation Multiple
Enterprise Value to NOPAT evtonopat Valuation Multiple
Enterprise Value to Operating Cash Flow evtoocf Valuation Multiple Enterprise value to Operating cash flow is the ratio of the entire economic value of a company to the cash it produces. This metric calculates the number of years it would take to buy the entire business if it was able to use all the company's operating ...
Enterprise Value to Revenue evtorevenue Valuation Multiple The enterprise-value-to-revenue is a measure of the value of a stock that compares a company's enterprise value to its revenue. EV/Rev is one of several fundamental indicators that investors use to determine whether a stock is priced well. The EV/Rev ...
EPS Growth epsgrowth Growth Percentage Earnings-per-share growth gives a good picture of the rate at which a company has grown its profitability per unit of equity. This figure represents the annualized rate of net-income-per-share growth over the trailing one-year period for the stocks held by ...
EPS Q/Q Growth epsqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
Financial Leverage finleverage Leverage Float Financial leverage can be defined as the degree to which a company uses fixed-income securities, such as debt and preferred equity. With a high degree of financial leverage come high interest payments. As a result, the bottom-line earnings per share is ...
Fixed Asset Turnover faturnover Efficiency Float Fixed-asset turnover is used by analysts to measure operating performance. It is a ratio of net sales to fixed assets. This ratio specifically measures how able a company is to generate net sales from fixed-asset investments, namely property, plant and ...
Free Cash Flow Firm Growth fcffgrowth Growth Percentage
Free Cash Flow Firm Q/Q Growth fcffqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
Free Cash Flow to Firm freecashflow Metric USD Free cash flow for the firm (FCFF) is a measure of financial performance that expresses the net amount of cash that is generated for a firm after expenses, taxes and changes in net working capital and investments are deducted. FCFF is essentially a ...
Free Cash Flow to Firm to Interest Expense fcfftointerestex Coverage Float
Gross Margin grossmargin Profitability Percentage The gross margin represents the percent of total sales revenue that the company retains after incurring the direct costs associated with producing the goods and services it sells. The higher the percentage, the more the company retains on each dollar of ...
Increase / (Decrease) in Invested Capital investedcapitalincreasedecrease Metric USD
Interest Burden Percent interestburdenpct Profitability Percentage
Inventory Turnover invturnover Efficiency Float Inventory turnover is a ratio showing how many times a company's inventory is sold and replaced over a period of time. The days in the period can then be divided by the inventory turnover formula to calculate the days it takes to sell the inventory on hand. ...
Invested Capital investedcapital Metric USD Invested capital is the total amount of money raised by a company by issuing securities to shareholders and bondholders, and invested capital is calculated by adding the total debt and capital lease obligations to the amount of equity issued to investors.
Invested Capital Growth investedcapitalgrowth Growth Percentage Invested Capital growth is the increase in value of an asset or investment over time. Capital growth is measured on the basis of the current value of the asset or investment, in relation to the amount originally invested in it. Capital growth is one of the ...
Invested Capital Q/Q Growth investedcapitalqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
Invested Capital Turnover investedcapitalturnover Efficiency Float Invested capital is the total amount of money raised by a company by issuing securities to shareholders and bondholders, and invested capital is calculated by adding the total debt and capital lease obligations to the amount of equity issued to investors. ...
Leverage Ratio leverageratio Leverage Float Companies rely on a mixture of owners' equity and debt to finance their operations. A leverage ratio is any one of several financial measurements that look at how much capital comes in the form of debt (loans), or assesses the ability of a company to meet ...
Long-Term Debt to EBITDA ltdebttoebitda Solvency Float A high ratio of Long-Term debt to EBITDA reveals a company thats deep in debt. It will have a lower credit rating and be forced to offer higher yields on bonds. Generally, a ratio of 4 or higher is considered too high, though the benchmarks of specific ...
Long-Term Debt to Equity ltdebttoequity Leverage Float The ratio is calculated by taking the company's long-term debt and dividing it by the book value of common equity. The greater a company's leverage, the higher the ratio. Generally, companies with higher ratios are thought to be more risky.
Long-Term Debt to NOPAT ltdebttonopat Solvency Float
Long-Term Debt to Total Capital ltdebttocap Capital Structure Percentage The long-term debt to capitalization ratio is a ratio showing the financial leverage of a firm. A variation of the traditional debt-to-equity ratio, this value computes the proportion of a company's long-term debt compared to its available capital. By using ...
Market Capitalization marketcap Valuation USD Market capitalization refers the total dollar market value of a company's outstanding shares. The investment community uses this figure to determine a company's size, as opposed to using sales or total asset figures.
Net Debt netdebt Metric USD Net debt shows a business's overall financial situation by subtracting the total value of a company's liabilities and debts from the total value of its cash, cash equivalents and other liquid assets, a process called netting. All the information necessary ...
Net Debt to EBITDA netdebttoebitda Solvency Float The net debt to earnings before interest depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) ratio is a measurement of leverage. The net debt to EBITDA ratio is a debt ratio that shows how many years it would take for a company to pay back its debt if net debt and ...
Net Debt to NOPAT netdebttonopat Solvency Float
Net Income Growth netincomegrowth Growth Percentage This figure represents the annualized rate of net-income growth over the trailing one-year period for the stocks held by a fund.Net-income growth gives a good picture of the rate at which companies have grown their profits. All things being equal, stocks ...
Net Income Q/Q Growth netincomeqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
Net Non-Operating Expense netnonopex Metric USD A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing.
Net Non-Operating Expense Percent nnep Effectiveness Percentage A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing. Accountants sometimes ...
Net Non-Operating Obligations netnonopobligations Metric USD A non-operating expense is an expense incurred by a business that's unrelated to its core operations. The most common types of non-operating expenses relate to depreciation, amortization, interest charges or other costs of borrowing.
Net Operating Profit After Tax nopat Metric USD Net operating profit after tax (NOPAT) is a company's potential cash earnings if its capitalization were unleveraged that is, if it had no debt. NOPAT is a more accurate look at operating efficiency for leveraged companies, and it does not include the tax ...
Net Working Capital nwc Metric USD Working capital, also known as net working capital, is the difference between a company’s current assets, like cash, accounts receivable (customers’ unpaid bills) and inventories of raw materials and finished goods, and its current liabilities, like ...
Net Working Capital to Revenue nwctorev Liquidity Percentage
Noncontrolling Interest Sharing Ratio noncontrollinginterestsharingratio Effectiveness Percentage
Noncontrolling Interests to Total Capital noncontrolinttocap Capital Structure Percentage
NOPAT Growth nopatgrowth Growth Percentage
NOPAT Less CapEx to Interest Expense nopatlesscapextointex Coverage Float
NOPAT Margin nopatmargin Profitability Percentage This profitability ratio shows a companies ability to generate after-tax operating profit for every dollar of sales made.
NOPAT Q/Q Growth nopatqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
NOPAT to Interest Expense nopattointerestex Coverage Float
Normalized Net Operating Profit After Tax normalizednopat Metric USD
Normalized NOPAT Margin normalizednopatmargin Profitability Percentage Normalized Net Operating Profit after Tax Margin are adjusted to remove the effects of seasonality, revenue and expenses that are unusual or one-time influences.
Operating Cash Flow Growth ocfgrowth Growth Percentage
Operating Cash Flow Less CapEx to Interest Expense ocflesscapextointerestex Coverage Float
Operating Cash Flow Q/Q Growth ocfqoqgrowth Growth Percentage
Operating Cash Flow to CapEx ocftocapex Effectiveness Percentage Operating Cash flow to capital expenditures is a ratio that measures a company's ability to acquire long-term assets using free cash flow. The Operating cash flow to capital expenditures ratio will often fluctuate as businesses go through cycles of large ...
Operating Cash Flow to Interest Expense ocftointerestex Coverage Float
Operating Expenses to Revenue opextorevenue Profitability Percentage Operating Expenses to Revenue is a measure of what it costs to operate a piece of property compared to the income that the property brings in. The measure is very common in real estate analysis, whereby analysts are measuring the costs to operate a piece of ...
Operating Margin operatingmargin Profitability Percentage Operating margin is a margin ratio used to measure a company's pricing strategy and operating efficiency. Operating margin is a measurement of what proportion of a company's revenue is left over after paying for variable costs of production such as wages, ...
Operating Return on Assets oroa Effectiveness Percentage
Preferred Equity to Total Capital preferredtocap Capital Structure Percentage
Pre Tax Income Margin pretaxincomemargin Profitability Percentage Pretax profit margin is a company's earnings before tax as a percentage of total sales or revenues. The higher the pretax profit margin, the more profitable the company. The trend of the pretax profit margin is as important as the figure itself, since it ...
Price to Book Value pricetobook Valuation Multiple The price-to-book ratio (P/B Ratio) is a ratio used to compare a stock's market value to its book value. A lower P/B ratio could mean that the stock is undervalued. However, it could also mean that something is fundamentally wrong with the company. As with ...
Price to Earnings pricetoearnings Valuation Multiple The price-earnings ratio (P/E Ratio) is the ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its per-share earnings. The price-earnings ratio indicates the dollar amount an investor can expect to invest in a company in order to ...
Price to Revenue pricetorevenue Valuation Multiple A valuation ratio that compares a companys stock price to its revenues. The price-to-revenue ratio is an indicator of the value placed on each dollar of a companys revenues. It can be calculated either by dividing the companys market capitalization by its ...
Price to Tangible Book Value pricetotangiblebook Valuation Multiple The price to tangible book value (PTBV) is a valuation ratio expressing the price of a security compared to its hard, or tangible, book value as reported in the company's balance sheet. A stock's tangible book value per share represents the amount of money ...
Profit (Net Income) Margin profitmargin Profitability Percentage Profit margin is part of a category of profitability ratios and it measures how much out of every dollar of sales a company actually keeps in earnings.
Quick Ratio quickratio Liquidity Float The quick ratio is an indicator of a companys short-term liquidity. The quick ratio measures a companys ability to meet its short-term obligations with its most liquid assets. The quick ratio is more conservative than the current ratio because it excludes ...
R&D to Revenue rdextorevenue Profitability Percentage The Research & Development (R&D) Expense to Revenue ratio measures the percentage of sales that is allocated to R&D expenditures. It is not as effective when looking at companies in different industries because different industries place different values on ...
Return on Assets roa Effectiveness Percentage Return on assets (ROA) is an indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. ROA gives an idea as to how efficient management is at using its assets to generate earnings. ROA tells you what earnings were generated from invested ...
Return on Common Equity roce Effectiveness Percentage Return on common equity is a measure of how well a company uses its investment dollars to generate profits. It tells common stock investors how effectively their capital is being reinvested. A company with high return on equity (ROE) is more successful in ...
Return on Equity roe Effectiveness Percentage Return on equity (ROE) is the amount of net income returned as a percentage of shareholders equity. Return on equity measures a corporation's profitability by revealing how much profit a company generates with the money shareholders have invested. The ROE ...
Return on Invested Capital roic Effectiveness Percentage ROIC is used to assess a company's efficiency at allocating the capital under its control to profitable investments. Return on invested capital gives a sense of how well a company is using its money to generate returns. Comparing a company's return on ...
Return on Net Non-Operating Assets rnnoa Effectiveness Percentage
Revenue Growth revenuegrowth Growth Percentage Revenue growth illustrates sales increases/decreases over time. It is used to measure how fast a business is expanding. More valuable than a snapshot of revenue, revenue growth helps investors identify trends in order to gauge revenue growth over time.
Revenue Q/Q Growth revenueqoqgrowth Growth Percentage Quarterly revenue growth is an increase of a company's sales when compared to a previous quarter's revenue performance. The current quarter's sales figure can be compared on a year-over-year basis or sequentially. This helps to give analysts, investors and ...
ROIC Less NNEP Spread roicnnepspread Effectiveness Percentage
SG&A Expenses to Revenue sgaextorevenue Profitability Percentage
Short-Term Debt to Total Capital stdebttocap Capital Structure Percentage
Tangible Book Value per Share tangbookvaluepershare Metric USD per Share A tangible book value per share is a method of valuing a company on a per-share basis by measuring its equity after removing any intangible assets. It focuses solely on the value of an organizations tangible assets. Once the value of the tangible assets is ...
Tax Burden Percent taxburdenpct Profitability Percentage
Total Capital totalcapital Metric USD Total capital usually refers to the sum of long-term debt and total shareholder equity; both of these items can be found on the company's balance sheet. This is one of the calculations that's traditionally used when determining a company's return on capital.
Total Debt debt Metric USD Total debt shows a business's overall financial situation by subtracting the total value of a company's liabilities and debts from the total value of its cash, cash equivalents and other liquid assets. All the information necessary to determine a company's ...
Total Depreciation and Amortization depreciationandamortization Metric USD Depreciation and amortization (D&A) are noncash expenses used in accrual accounting. Depreciation is a means of allocating the cost of a material asset over its useful life. Amortization is the deduction of capital expenses over a specified time period, ...
Total Long-Term Debt ltdebtandcapleases Metric USD Long-term debt consists of loans and financial obligations lasting over one year. Long-term debt for a company would include any financing or leasing obligations that are to come due in a greater than 12-month period. Long-term debt also applies to ...