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Profitability Ratios

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To measure the profitability of a company, analysts and investors use metrics such as the ROE (Return on equity), ROI (Return on investment) and ROA (Return on assets).
Profitability is very important for the growth of a company. It is also important for company's owners and managers. It is a measure of the performance and efficiency of a company.

This item allows you to get several profitability ratios for companies trading on US markets. The data is stored in a database named "Profitability".
Here are the fundamental/profitability ratios:

Current ROE (TTM): The Return on equity or the income before non-recurring items divided by the average shareholder equity for the last 12 months. It tells how much money a company has made for every dollar of equity.

Current ROI (TTM): The Return on invested capital or the income before extras and discontinued operations divided by the long-term debt plus convertible debt plus non-current capital leases plus mortgages plus book value preferred stock plus common equity. The difference between the return on investment and the return on equity is that debt or borrowed money is used in the former.

ROI (5 yr avg): This is the five-year average of the return on invested capital as of the last quarter.

Current ROA (TTM): Return on assets or the income before non-recurring items divided by the average of the trailing four quarters total assets. It tells how much money a company has made for every dollar of assets.

ROA (5 yr avg): This is the five-year average of the return on assets as of the last quarter.

Mkt Val/# Analysts: This metric, also called neglect ratio can be used to identify large capitalized companies that are followed by few analysts. It is simply the stock market capitalization divided by the number of analysts that follow the company.


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