> An Info Panel, with the financial snapshot of the company, such as its market capitalization, annual & quarterly financials, Y/Y growth numbers, profitability margins, RoE & RoCE, and valuation ratios.
> EBITDA and PAT margins over a period of time.
> RoE and RoCE ratios over a period of time.
> Valuation multiples over a period of time.
> A comparison of margins, return ratios, and valuation multiples with any peer-group company.
This gives a quick snapshot of the financials of the company, which includes annual & quarterly Revenue, EBITDA, PAT, margins with Y/Y changes, Debt-Equity ratio, ROE, ROCE, and valuation multiples.
Profitability & Return Ratios
You can view quarterly as well as annual EBITDA & PAT margins and annual RoE, RoCE. You can choose to see these ratios either only for the company or can also add a peer company to compare.
You can view TTM valuation ratios such as EV/Sales, EV/EBITDA, P/ BV & P/E multiples. You can choose to see these valuation multiples either only for the company or can also add a peer company to compare.
- Added option to see chart for certain line items (Revenue, EBITDA and PAT) on Annual & Quarterly basis.
Added a Note in the Settings box to clarify that Line items can be seen on annual & quarterly basis; Under Ratios, Profit margins can be seen on annual & quarterly basis; RoE and ROCE are on the basis of last Financial Year; and Valuation Ratios are on Trailing Twelve Months (TTM) basis.
- ROE and ROCE also can now be seen separately.
- Changed the default colors for better peer company comparison.
- Removed unwanted code.
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