Valuation is the process of arriving at the worth of a company using various metrics through it’s current and future prospects. Read more about valuation methods here.
It is a summary of the financial condition of a company. It reports the company’s assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity. Learn more about the basics and how to evaluate a balance sheet here.
It measures the efficiency of a company in terms of its ability to use assets for generating revenues in a time bound manner. Learn more about operating performance ratios here.
Margins refer to the profitability of the company measured in ratios. These ratios are most commonly used to evaluate the company’s profitability. To learn more about profitability margin ratios, click here.
It is a step by step break-up of the company’s revenue and expenses. It is also known as the Profit & Loss (P&L) statement. To learn more about it, click here.
What is the data source for the stock fundamentals?
TradingView sources the fundamental data provided by Factset.It is updated on a timely basis from their end.
How often is the data updated on this tool?
As per TrardingView's information, data updates every 6 hours, but visible changes occur twice a day.
Why are some fields left blank?
Wherever there are empty fields, the data is not available from TradingView's data source, Factset.
Why are dividends expressed as a negative value?
It's customary to show it this way. A negative figure means that the company has paid out dividends to its shareholders.
What numerical system is used to express values on the widget?
TradingView uses the International system of numeration that expresses values in terms of millions & billions (INR).
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How to convert Millions & Billions into Lakhs & Crores?
1 million is equal to 10 lakhs and has six zeroes. 1 billion is equal to 100 Crores and has 9 zeroes. In the widget, M is an abbreviation for Million and B is an abbreviation for Billion.
What does TTM mean?
TTM stands for Trailing Twelve Months. It provides performance data for the last 12 months. TTM figures are used to track the company's performance on an ongoing monthly basis. It gives a clear snapshot of the company's growth trajectory.
What does MRQ mean?
MRQ stands for the Most Recent Quarter. The MRQ numbers provide detailed information about a company's performance in the latest quarter.
What is Market Capitalization ?
The total value of all the shares outstanding for any company is called "Market Capitalization." It is a measure of the value of a company. To learn more, click here.