Unit: Millions of Dollars
The total production costs required for sales of a company, calculated as the cost of the beginning inventory plus the cost of goods purchased minus the ending inventory.
The company’s depreciation and amortization in millions of dollars.
The total diluted number of outstanding shares that a company has in millions as reported in quarterly or annual filings. Diluted values are calculated by assuming all convertible securities and options have been exercised.
Earnings before interest and taxes is essentially net income with these things added back to it. It is used to analyze and compare profitability without the effects of capital structure and tax expenses.
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization is essentially net income with these things added back to it. It is used to analyze and compare profitability without the effects of finance and accounting decisions.
The income of a company after its income tax has been paid.
The total income of a company before its income tax is subtracted.
The cost of interest on debt.
The income or profit of a company after all costs, expenses and taxes have been subtracted from Sales.
The Net Income available to Common Stockholders is the company’s Net Income minus the amount paid as preferred share dividends.
The income or profit of a company (including discontinued operations) after all costs, expenses and taxes have been subtracted from Sales.
Operating income shows how much of a company’s revenue will eventually become profits. It is the gross profit less all operating expenses and differs from EBIT in that it does not include non-operating sources of income.
Income or expenses (negative) that come from miscellaneous sources.
The amount of money spent on research and development.
The total sales (or revenue) over the past 12 months.
The company’s Sales in US Dollars divided by the number of employees
The aggregate total costs related to selling a firm’s product and services, as well as all other general and administrative expenses. This is sometimes abbreviated as SG&A. Selling expenses are those directly related to the company’s efforts to generate sales (e.g., sales salaries, commissions, advertising, delivery expenses). General and administrative expenses are expenses related to general administration of the company’s operation (e.g., officers and office salaries, office supplies, telephone, accounting and legal services, and business licenses and fees).
The number of shares outstanding based on the latest corporate reports. This can be more current than the Diluted Shares count from quarterly or annual filings.
The short interest ratio is the number of days required to cover all short positions based on the average trading volume.
Tax rate is tax provision as a percent of the company’s pretax income.
The average free cash flow over the last 5 years in millions of dollars.
The average net profit over the last 5 years in millions of dollars.
The average sales over the last 5 years in millions of dollars.
The average free cash flow over the last 10 years in millions of dollars.
The average net profit over the last 10 years in millions of dollars.
The average sales over the last 10 years in millions of dollars.