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How to make money in stocks. Lesson 27. EV/EBITDA. Comcast corp

Traders use assessment ratios to determine the company’s current value and thereby find out whether it’s undervalued or overvalued. The EV/EBITDA metric (also known as Enterprise Mul...

How to make money in stocks. Lesson 24. Ebit. Netflix

EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) is an indicator of profitability calculated as the total revenue minus the company’s cost of goods sold and operating expenses. It shows the amount o...

Key to making money with shares. Lesson 23. Interest Coverage Ratio. Netflix, Inc.

The interest coverage ratio (ICR) is a financial figure that helps us measure how many times a company can pay interest on outstanding debt with its available earnings (EBIT). Most of the compani...

Key to making money with shares. Lesson 22. Equity Multiplier Ratio. Newmont corporation

By investing in assets, you embark on a path of running a successful business. Companies issue shares, bonds, or a combination of the two to purchase certain assets. Equity Multiplier, also known a...

The things you need to become a successful forex trader

“How to make money with forex” is probably one of the most frequently asked questions not only among those who are only learning the ropes of financial markets but also trading “vete...

Key to making money with shares. Lesson 21. Debt to Capital. Newmont Corporation

Debt to Capital is a liquidity ratio that measures a company’s financial leverage by comparing total liabilities with the total capital. To put it another way, it measures the portion of debts a...

Key to making money with shares. Lesson 20. Debt to Asset. Newmont Corporation

In this lesson, we continue exploring leverage ratios using the example of Newmont Corp Debt to Asset is another leverage ratio that indicates the percentage of assets financed using debt. It&rs...

Key to making money with shares. Lesson 19. Debt to equity. Newmont corporation

The debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio, also known as the debt-equity ratio, risk ratio, or gearing, is used to evaluate financial leverage and calculated by dividing total financial liabilities by shareholde...

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