Having trouble calculating financial ratios ?

ROA a.k.a Return on Assets is a financial ratio to measure the percentage of profit of a company earnings in relation to its overall assets
Debt to equity ratio is to check how much of our money is in the form of debt in the company.
CAGR is the yearly growth that is compounded from the beginning balance to the ending balance, profits must also be reinvested.
ROE a.k.a Return on equity is a measure of profitability that calculates how many dollars of profit a company generates with each dollar of shareholders’ equity.
Price/Earnings To Growth Ratio is a method of calculation where we factor in company’s growth as well. (To find undervalued company)
Net profit margin shows the profit after tax (net income) generated after deducting the operating expenses, interest expenses and income taxes.


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