Stock details valuation
You can see a range of metrics listed here for your selected stock. You can see these metrics annually, including the last few years and future estimates, as well as historic and estimated quarterly data.
DPS – Dividend Per Share
The total dividend a company pays out over a 12-month period, divided by the total number of outstanding shares.
EBIT – Earnings before Interest & Taxes
A company’s net income before income tax expense and interest expenses are deducted. EBIT is sometimes referred to as operating income.
EBITA – Earnings before Interest, Taxes, & Amortization
A company’s net income before income tax expense, interest expenses & amortization are deducted.
EBITDA – Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, & Amortization
EBITDA is a metric used to evaluate a company’s operating performance. The EBITDA metric is a variation of EBIT that excludes non-operating expenses and certain non-cash expenses.
EPS – Earnings Per Share
A company’s net profit divided by the number of common shares it has outstanding.
EV – Enterprise value
A measure of a company’s total value.
A financial valuation ratio used to determine the value of a company. This is also know as the Enterprise multiple, or EV multiple.
FCF (Levered) – Free Cash Flow (Levered)
The amount of money a company has left remaining after paying all of its financial obligations. Levered free cash flow is the amount of cash that a company can use to pay dividends and make investments in the business.
A liquidity metric used to determine how well a company can pay all of its debts if they were due immediately. Net debt shows much debt a company has on its balance sheet compared to its liquid assets.
P/Book – Price to Book Ratio
This measures the market’s valuation of a company relative to its book value. An asset’s book value is equal to its carrying value on the balance sheet.
P/E – Price/Earnings Ratio
The ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its per-share earnings (EPS). The price-to-earnings ratio is also sometimes known as the price multiple or the earnings multiple.
This shows the proportion of earnings a company pays shareholders in the form of dividends, expressed as a percentage of the company’s total earnings. The payout ratio is also known as the dividend payout ratio.
ROA – Return On Assets
ROA is an indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets.
ROE – Return on Equity
ROE measures the profitability of a corporation in relation to stockholders’ equity.