April 2, 2019 Joseph Wall

A variety of stock valuation statistics can be used to evaluate a company together with the debt / capital ratio to get a more complete picture of the company’s viability as an investment. The debt-to-equity ratio can be used as an alternative measure to evaluate the debt situation of a company. This ratio measures how much financial leverage a company has, so that a company’s total liabilities are divided by its equity. When the debt / equity ratio is high, this usually indicates that the company has used a substantial amount of debt to finance its growth. However, large amounts…

March 17, 2019 Joseph Wall

  When you invest in a company, you need to look at many different financial data to see if it is worth an investment that is worth it. But what does it mean for you if, after all your research, you invest in a company and then decide to borrow money? Here we look at how you can assess whether the debt affects your investment. How do companies borrow money? Before we can start, we must discuss the different types of debt that a company can incur. A company can borrow money on two main methods: By issuing fixed-income (debt)…

March 13, 2019 Joseph Wall

  The United States is historically proud of its strong secondary education system. A college education was once the ticket to a promising career, a fast track to the American Dream. But with the cost of tuition fees rising faster than other US goods in recent decades, more than two-thirds of graduates are above their heads in an average of $ 35,000 in student debt. A trillion dollars in total student debt exceeds that of total credit card debt in America, with an alarming $ 712 billion. While students are struggling to understand and repay these huge loans, they are…