Financials (Optional)
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Opening the Financials

Right click on the preferred counter and select Financials. (See also Opening the Stock Database Menu)


1.   Financials displays the Full Year, Half Year and Interim Financials. This data may be used to compare the company’s financials over the past few years.
 The Financial pages are updated within 2 business days upon official announcements.

2.   Financial Ratios are based on the Full Year Financials. Financial ratios may be used as indicators that relate to areas, such as solvency, liquidity, operational efficiency and profitability. The financials ratios are updated upon changes in the Full Year Financials.

 The ratios included are:
Adjusted EPS
EPS is defined as Earnings Per Share. It shows the profitability of a company and is one of the most popular financial ratios. EPS in ShareInvestor is adjusted for the current number of shares.
Shareholders’ Equity per share.
Net Earning Margin
Net Earning Margin is the Net Earnings divided by revenue.
Revenue Growth
Revenue Growth equals to Current Year Revenue minus Last Year Revenue and divided by Last Year Revenue.
Net Earning Growth
Net Earning Growth equals to Current Year Profit minus Last Year Profit and divided by Last Year Profit.
Return on Asset
This ratio is considered a measure of how effectively assets are used to generate a return. Return on Asset shows the amount of income for every dollar tied up in assets.
Return on Equity
Determine the rate of return for your investment in the business. This is one of the most important ratios as it shows the hard facts about the business -- are you making enough of a profit to compensate you for the risk of being in business? This ratio is often compared against the ratio of other companies in the same or similar industry.
Current Ratio
This is the ratio between all the current assets and all the current liabilities. It is another way of expressing liquidity. Current ratio of 1 means the company has $1.00 in current assets to cover $1.00 in current liabilities. The higher the current ratio, the better.
Debt to Equity
A measure of a company's financial leverage calculated by dividing its total liabilities by stockholders' equity. It indicates what proportion of equity and debt the company is using to finance its assets. A high debt/equity ratio generally means that a company has been aggressive in financing its growth with debt. This can result in volatile earnings as a result of the additional interest expense

3.    Cash Flow Statements displays Full Year, Half Year and Interim Cash Flow Statements. The data can be use to differentiate between companies that are generating cash and those that are depleting cash. This gives an insight on a company's financial health.

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