Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Profitability Indicator Ratios: Return On Equity ( ROE )

Series : Ratio Analysis    (9 th Post)

This Ratio helps us to understand how profitable a company with the money shareholders have invested.The Ratio ROE (Return on Equity) for high growth companies should be more ,Averaging ROE over the past 5 years will give a idea of growth the company has made. The ROE is expressed as a percentage

Formula:  Return On Equity % = Net Income / Share Holders Equity

Go to  Website  here is  an Online Link for the same                            
Select the Ratios under the Financials Tab  & look for the  “Profitability Ratios “

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