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This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Cost of Revenue, Total over the last 5 years based upon trailing twelve month data. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.

This is an Annual Trend Growth of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 10 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This is an Annual Trend Momentum of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 10 years. Trend Momentum is derived for the most recent period by subtracting the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Subtract from the most recent period % deviation the % deviation of the prior period. Express this difference in % deviation as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This is an Annual Trend Volatility of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 10 years. Trend Volatility is derived by subtract the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Repeat this for each observation and average the .absolute. results to derive a % Mean Absolute Deviation. Express this result as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This is an Interim Trend Growth of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 5 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This is an Interim Trend Momentum of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 5 years. Trend Momentum is derived for the most recent period by subtracting the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Subtract from the most recent period % deviation the % deviation of the prior period. Express this difference in % deviation as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This is an Interim Trend Volatility of Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items over 5 years. Trend Volatility is derived by subtract the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Repeat this for each observation and average the .absolute. results to derive a % Mean Absolute Deviation. Express this result as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items represents Diluted Net Income excluding Total Extraordinary Items, and divided by Diluted Weighted Average Shares.

This value is the Gross Profit for the most recent fiscal year divided by Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage. Gross Profit represents Total Revenue minus Cost of Revenue. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.

This value is the Gross Profit for the most recent interim period divided by Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage. Gross Profit represents Total Revenue minus Cost of Revenue. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.

This value is the average Interim Gross Profit for the last 3 years divided by the average of the Interim Revenue for the same period, expressed as a percent. Gross Profit represents Total Revenue minus Cost of Revenue. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.

This value is the Gross Profit for the most recent trailing twelve months divided by Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage. Gross Profit represents Total Revenue minus Cost of Revenue. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.

The Sharpe ratio or reward-to-variability ratio is a measure of the excess return (or Risk Premium) per unit of risk in an investment asset, named after William Forsyth Sharpe. Since its revision made by the original author in 1994, it is definedÂ in an equation where R is the asset return, Rf is the return on a benchmark asset, such asÂ an index orÂ risk free rate of return, E[R . Rf] is the expected value of the excess of the asset return over the benchmark return, and . is the standard deviation of the asset excess return.Â The benchmark used is an appropriateÂ country indexÂ such as the S&P500.Â 3 year weekly calculations require 104 or more non-null data points to be present out of 156 weeks total.

The Sharpe ratio or reward-to-variability ratio is a measure of the excess return (or Risk Premium) per unit of risk in an investment asset, named after William Forsyth Sharpe. Since its revision made by the original author in 1994, it is definedÂ in an equation where R is the asset return, Rf is the return on a benchmark asset, such asÂ an index orÂ risk free rate of return, E[R . Rf] is the expected value of the excess of the asset return over the benchmark return, and . is the standard deviation of the asset excess return.Â The benchmark used is an appropriateÂ country indexÂ such as the S&P500. 5 year monthly calculations require 40 or more non-null data points to be present out of 60 months total.

These are the Basic Weighted Average Shares Outstanding for the most recent interim period as reflected in the Income Statement.

These are the Basic Average Shares Outstanding for the most recent fiscal year as reflected in the Income Statement.

This is the average of Basic Weighted Average Shares Outstanding for the prior trailing tweleve months period.

This is the average of Basic Weighted Average Shares Outstanding for the trailing tweleve months period.

This is the number of shares of common stock currently outstanding. This number is defined as the number of shares issued minus the shares held in treasury.

This value is the number of shares outstanding at the end of the most recent fiscal year as reported on the Balance Sheet. This is the number of shares issued minus the shares held in treasury.

These are the Diluted Average Shares Outstanding for the most recent fiscal year as reflected in the Income Statement.

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