Video Tutorials
Searching For Value Opportunities in Equities
9 December , 2015
1771 views
Getting Started Tutorial and Demo
5 March , 2011
7093 views
Screener.co LAUNCH Demo
7 March , 2011
5965 views
Text & Articles
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 596
This is the Total Operating and Non-Operating Interest Expense for the most recent interim period. NOTE: This item is Not Meaningful (NM) for Banks and Insurance companies.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 569
This consists of the most recent interim direct materials, work-in-process, and finished goods ready for sale. NOTE: Market Guide codes fuel as inventory for utilities. This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 639
This value measures how quickly the Inventory is sold. It is defined as Cost of Goods Sold for the most recent interim period divided by Average Inventory. Average Inventory is the average of the Inventory at the beginning and the end of the interim period. NOTE: This value is Not Meaningful (NM) for Banks and Insurance companies. The interim calculated value has been annualized to make it more readily comparable to the annual and TTM values.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 583
This ratio is the Total Long Term Debt as for the most recent interim period divided by the Total Assets for the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 568
This ratio is the Total Long Term Debt for the most recent interim period divided by Total Capital for the same period. Total Capital is the sum of Short Term Debt, the Current Portion of Long Term Debt, Long Term Debt, Capitalized Lease Obligations and Total Shareholder Equity.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 677
This ratio is the Total Long Term Debt for the most recent interim period divided by Total Shareholder Equity for the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 767
This is the Total Long Term Debt for the interim period 1 year ago divided by Total Equity for the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 551
This is the Total Long Term Debt at the end of the interim period divided by the Shares Outstanding at the end of the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 561
Also known as After Tax Income, this is the money remaining after all expenses and taxes have been paid, but before any adjustments have been made for the most recent interim period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 593
This is the interim dollar amount accruing to common shareholders for dividends and retained earnings. Income Available to Common Shareholders is calculated as most recent interim period Income After Taxes plus Minority Interest and Equity in Affiliates plus Preferred Dividends, General Partner Distributions and US GAAP Adjustments. NOTE: Any adjustment that is negative (ie. Preferred Stock Dividends) would be subtracted from Income After Taxes.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 558
This value is the Income After Taxes for the most recent interim period divided by the number of employees at the end of the last reported fiscal year. NOTE: The interim calculated value has been annualized to make it more readily comparable to the annual and TTM values.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 580
This is the sum of all Bank Loan and Loan Loss Adjustment accounts for the most recent interim period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 570
This is the percent change in most recent interim period total Bank Loans as compared to the same period one year ago.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 566
Also known as Return on Sales, this value is the Income After Taxes for the most recent interim period divided by Total Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage. NOTE: Most Banks and Finance companies do not report revenues when they announce their preliminary interim financial results in the press. When this happens, the interim value will not be available (NA).
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 540
This value measures the percent of revenues remaining after paying all operating expenses. It is calculated as interim operating Income divided by interim Total Revenue, multiplied by 100. Operating Income is defined as Total Revenue minus Total Operating Expenses.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 590
This ratio is the percentage of the Primary/Basic Earnings Per Share Excluding Extraordinary Items paid to common stockholders in the form of cash dividends for the most recent interim period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 628
The P/E Ratio for each of the 3 months included in the latest quarterly period is calculated using the month end Prices divided by the latest quarterly Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items. The highest of these 3 P/E values is the quarterly High Price Earnings Ratio.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 590
The P/E Ratio for each of the 3 months included in the latest quarterly period is calculated using the month end Prices divided by the latest quarterly Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items. The lowest of these 3 P/E values is the quarterly High Price Earnings Ratio.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 560
This is the current Price divided by the Sales Per Share for the most recent interim period. If there is a preliminary earnings announcement for an interim period that has recently ended, the revenue (sales) values from this announcement will be used in calculating the interim Revenues Per Share. NOTE: This value has been annualized to make it more readily comparable to the annual and TTM values. Additionally, most Banks and Insurance companies do not report revenues when they announce their preliminary interim financial results in the press. When this happens, the interim value will not be available (NA) until the complete interim period filing is released.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 542
This is the current Price divided by Cash Flow Per Share for the most recent interim period. Cash Flow is defined as Income After Taxes minus Preferred Dividends and General Partner Distributions plus Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization.