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Contents
 Accumulated Depreciation
 Cash
 Cash Ratio (Premium Plus)
 Cash & Short‑term %
 Cash as a % of Market Cap (Premium)
 Cash to Total Assets (Premium Plus)
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 Current Liabilities
 Current Ratio
 Days Inventory
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 Debt / Assets (Premium Plus)
 Debt / Equity
 Debt / Net Current Assets (Premium Plus)
 Equity
 Gross PP&E
 Intangibles
 Intangibles %
 Interest Coverage
 Inventory
 Inventory %
 Long Term Debt
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 Net Debt
 Net PP&E
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 Net Cash as a % of Market Cap (Premium)
 NonCurrent Total Liabilities
 Quick Ratio
 Receivables
 Receivables %
 Sloan Ratio (Premium Plus)
 Solvency Ratio (Premium Plus)
 Tangible Equity
 Total Assets
 Total Debt
 Total Liabilities
 Total Liabilities And Equity
 Total NonCurrent Assets
 Treasury Stock
 Working Capital
Accumulated Depreciation
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Accumulated depreciation is the total carrying value on the balance sheet of past depreciation expenses.
Cash
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The total of cash and shortterm investments as of the last reported quarter.
Cash Ratio (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
The cash ratio is a liquidity ratio that measures a company’s ability to pay off shortterm liabilities with highly liquid assets. This the most conservative measure of a company’s liquidity position and a ratio of at least 0.5 to one is often preferred. A ratio above 1 means that the company will be able to pay off its current liabilities with cash and cash equivalents but excess cash may also be inefficient.
Cash & Short‑term %
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
The sum of cash and short term investments as a percent of total assets.
Cash as a % of Market Cap (Premium)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
Cash and shortterm investments as a percent of market capitalization. Financial institutions report cash differently than other companies so this metric should only be used to compare similar businesses.
Cash to Total Assets (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
Cash divided by Total Assets is a liquidity measurement for the portion of a company’s assets held in cash or marketable securities. Although a high ratio may indicate some degree of safety from a creditor’s viewpoint, excess amounts of cash may be viewed as inefficient.
Current Assets
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The assets that could be converted to cash in less than one year. These are assets that can be easily liquidated and are a source of funds for daytoday operations.
Current Liabilities
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The sum of all money owed by a company and due within one year. It is also called payables or current debt.
Current Ratio
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
A measures of the company’s ability to pay shortterm obligations, calculated as current assets divided by current liabilities. As a rule of thumb, safe investments have a current ratio above 2.
Days Inventory
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Number
An efficiency measure estimating how many days it might take to sell the current inventory. This is effectively the number of days an item is held as inventory before it is sold.
Days Sales Outstanding
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Number
An efficiency measure showing the average number of days to collect revenue after a sale has been made.
Debt / Assets (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
This broad measure of financial leverage compares a companies debt to its assets. Both long term and short term debt is included, as are intangible assets.
Debt / Equity
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
Debt/Equity is sometimes called D/E, Financial Leverage, or Gearing and it is the ratio of Total Debt to Equity. A high ratio indicates a risky business and a low ratio makes a buyout more likely.
Debt / Net Current Assets (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
Total Debt divided by the difference between Current Assets and Current Liabilities
Equity
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Total assets minus total liabilities, preferred stock and intangibles (such as goodwill). Equity is commonly used as an indicator of the company’s net worth or book value.
Gross PP&E
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Gross PP&E is the sum of assets that are either Property, Plant or Equipment. These assets are usually critical to the company’s operations and not easily liquidated. The gross value is not adjusted for accumulated depreciation.
Intangibles
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The sum of nonmonetary assets, such as goodwill, client lists, and brand names.
Intangibles %
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
Intangibles as a percent of total assets shows how great a portion of the company’s value is in hardtovalue, nonphysical assets.
Interest Coverage
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
Interest Coverage calculates a company’s ability to make payments on debt. It is computed as earnings before interest and taxes divided by interest expense.
Inventory
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The estimated value of all unsold inventory.
Inventory %
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
Inventory as a percent of current assets is an efficiency measure, the lower the better.
Long Term Debt
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The sum of all a company’s loans or financial obligations lasting more than one year, as stated in the last reported quarter.
Long Term Debt / Total Capital
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
This variation of the traditional Debt / Equity Ratio computes the proportion of a company’s long term debt divided by its available capital. Capital includes both equity and debt.
Net Debt
Chartable: No
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Total Debt minus Cash.
Net PP&E
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Net PP&E is the sum of assets that are either Property, Plant or Equipment. These assets are usually critical to the company’s operations and not easily liquidated. The value is net of the accumulated depreciation on these assets.
Net PP&E %
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
The percent of total assets that are either Property, Plant or Equipment. These assets are usually critical to the company’s operations and not easily liquidated.
Net Cash as a % of Market Cap (Premium)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
Cash and shortterm investments minus total debt as a percent of market capitalization. Financial institutions report cash differently than other companies so this metric should only be used to compare similar businesses.
NonCurrent Total Liabilities
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The total financial obligations that are not due in the current fiscal year.
Quick Ratio
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Ratio
Quick ratio is also called acidtest or liquid ratio and it measures a company’s ability to meet its shortterm obligations with its most liquid assets. It is calculated as (Current Assets – Inventory) / Current Liabilities. As a rule of thumb, safe investments have a quick ratio above 1.
Receivables
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The value of all payments due to the company for goods sold.
Receivables %
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
Receivables as a percent of current assets is an efficiency measure, the lower the better.
Sloan Ratio (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
The Sloan Ratio identifies companies with high accrual ratios, or high noncash income or expenses. Sloan found that over a 40 year period buying low accrual companies and shorting high accrual one generated a return of more than twice the S&P 500. The ratio is computed by subtracting operating and investment cash flow from net income and dividing by total assets. If the result is between 10% and 10% the company is in the safe zone but if the result is greater than 25% or less than 25% earnings are likely to be made up of accruals. Accruals that continue accross several quarters are a signal for doctored earnings.
Solvency Ratio (Premium Plus)
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Percentage
The solvency ratio is a measure of whether a company generates enough cash to stay solvent. It is calculated by summing net income and depreciation and dividing by current liabilities and long term debt. A value above 20% is considered good.
Tangible Equity
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The company’s total net worth or book value minus certain intangible assets that would have little or no value in the event of liquidation.
Total Assets
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The sum of current and longterm assets owned by this company.
Total Debt
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
Total Debt is the sum of shortterm and longterm debt.
Total Liabilities
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The sum of this company’s liabilities and longterm debt.
Total Liabilities And Equity
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The total of all liabilities and shareholders’ equity.
Total NonCurrent Assets
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The total long term assets of the company, expected to be kept for more than a year.
Treasury Stock
Chartable: Yes
Unit: Millions of Dollars
The portion of shares that a company keeps in their own treasury. Treasury stock may have come from a repurchase or buyback from shareholders or it may have never been issued to the public in the first place. These shares don’t pay dividends, have no voting rights, and are not included in shares outstanding calculations.
Working Capital
Chartable: No
Unit: Millions of Dollars
This difference between Current Assets and Current Liabilities is the capital used in daytoday operations.
Top Analyst Ratings Cash Flow Statement