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How to Calculate Market Value Ratios

Market value ratios are the financial metrics which are used to evaluate the stocks of publicly traded companies. These ratios are used to check whether the share’s prices are valued correctly in the market. If a share is overpriced, the price might fall in the future. Types of Market Value Ratios Conmanly used Market Value Ratios are Book Value per

2020-05-25T16:40:51+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

How to Calculate Liquidity Ratios

Liquidity ratios measure a company’s, i.e. its ability to convert its assets to cash and pay off its obligations (short term and long term obligations). Types of Liquidity Ratios Conmanly used Liquidity Ratios are Current RatioQuick RatioCash RatioOperating Cash Flow Ratio Current Ratio It measures the capability of a company to meet its short-term obligations that are due within a

2020-05-22T21:14:45+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

How to Calculate Solvency Ratios

Solvency ratios measure a company's ability to pay off its long-term obligations such as bank loans, bonds payable, etc. Better solvency ratios indicate a more creditworthy and financially sound company in the long-term. Shareholder’s Funds (Owner’s Equity) portion out of the total liabilities determines the Solvency of a company. Types of Solvency Ratios Conmanly used Solvency Ratios are Debt to

2020-05-22T20:14:16+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

How to Calculate Activity Ratios

Activity ratios measure a company's ability to convert assets and liabilities into cash or sales. The faster it is able to do this, the more efficiently it is operating. Types of Activity Ratios Conmanly used Activity Ratios are Total Asset TurnoverFixed Asset TurnoverWorking Capital TurnoverReceivables TurnoverInventory TurnoverPayable Turnover Total Asset Turnover It measures how efficiently a company uses all its

2020-05-22T20:14:37+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

How to Calculate Profitability Ratios

It measure company’s ability to generate income relative to its revenue, operating costs and other cost associated with the generation of income during a particular period. Types of Profitability Ratios Conmanly used Profitability Ratios are Return on Equity (ROE)Return on Assets (ROA)Gross Profit MarginOperating Profit Margin Pretax Margin is the earnings before taxes divided by revenue. Net Profit Margin or

2020-05-22T20:15:03+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

Understanding Statement of Cash Flows

Balance sheet tracks the change in the company's cash balance from one year to the next. However, it does not tell us why the cash balance changes. Income statement is prepared under the accrual basis of accounting, the revenues reported may not have been collected or turned into cash. Statement of Cash Flows reports the cash generated and used during

2020-05-13T12:14:16+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

Understanding an Income Statement

Income (or Profit and Loss) statement is financial statements that shows company profit or loss over a period of time. The profit or loss is determined by taking all revenues and subtracting all expenses from both operating and non-operating activities. It is of interest to analysts, investors, and potential investors, as it tells them how profitable a company is. Constituent

2020-05-15T19:18:05+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

How to Read a Balance Sheet

Balance sheet presents a company's financial position at the end of a specified date. It is used for financial analysis of company performance. It consists of three parts AssetsLiabilitiesShareholders equity Company carry out their business operation using assets. These assets are either funded by capital of the owners of the company (Equity) or by borrowed capital from external parties (Liabilities).

2020-05-11T22:09:00+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

What are Shareholders Equity in Balance Sheet

Balance sheet displays the company’s total assets, and how these assets are financed. It is based on below equation: Assets = Liabilities + Shareholder's Equity Shareholder's Equity (or Equity) is the net amount of funds invested in a business by its owners. It is sometimes referred to as the book value of the company. It represents total equity interest of

2020-05-10T16:05:39+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |

What are Liabilities in Balance Sheet

Liabilities Balance sheet displays the company’s total assets, and how these assets are financed. It is based on below equation: Assets = Liabilities + Equity Liabilities are obligations that company has to pay in future due to its past actions like borrowing money. They are incurred in order to fund the ongoing activities of a business. Along with owner's equity,

2020-05-10T14:53:38+05:30Categories: Investment|Tags: |
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