Indicates company's health. Calculating money left over from product sales
and substracting the goods.
Overall financial performance.
Ability to pay short term obligations. 1.5 is the norm, anything below indicates cash problems.
Value of assets less the value of liabilities
Debt to equity
Dividing company's total liabilities by the number of shareholders equity. 2.00 is the norm. The lower the better.
Interest coverage Ratio
Debt ratio and profitablity ratio used to determine how easy the company can pay interest on outstanding debt. 2.00 is the norm. Below 1.00 indicates the company cannot meet its current interest payments.