Using the Debt-Equity Ratio Smartly!

Using the Debt-Equity Ratio Smartly!

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  • ahmad        
    Rahul Agarwal
    oct 03,2018 at 10:33 - Reply

    Dear Stock Axis, It has been a wonderful experience using Stock Axis...My only request the developers is to release a version for Ipad as well. Thanks

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      oct 05,2018 at 05:25

      Dear Rahul Agarwal,

      Thank you for visiting us and believing in us! We have duly noted your feedback and try to build the version for Ipad.



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      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    C Sankaranarayanan
    aug 29,2018 at 01:31 - Reply

    The article clearly explains debt equity ratio

  • ahmad        
    Prakash Kumar
    aug 07,2018 at 02:51 - Reply

    Can you plz help us to know how should we invest in the market with stop losses. To be in profits on over 7 days( weekly) or monthly... Money management Quantity Stock size Holding period (if not meeting target as per SL) What to be risked of our whole portfolio. Thank you for this application... Its makes is quite easy

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      aug 10,2018 at 02:31

      Dear Prakash Kumar,

      Mind, Money, Method, these are the three sequence that needs to be followed as illustrated by Alexander Elder.

      We have seen in the past most retail traders switch to long-term prospects as soon as the price goes against them.

      A strict stop loss and a method to follow it with discipline are one of the most difficult endeavors a trader goes through.

      Each and every individual has a different need and timeframe, capital and return expectations.

      A lot of hard work and detail goes into setting up a system that generates consistent income.

      Thus we would need to understand various such requirements and details of yours in order to answer your question effectively.

      Meanwhile, we recommend you some books that can help you understand technicals and money management better

      1. Alexander Elder - Trading for a Living
      2. Mark Minervini - Trade like a stock market Wizard

      Please contact us on 022 - 66393000 so that we can answer your query better.

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Dinesh Kumar
    jul 30,2018 at 10:07 - Reply

    Thanks

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 31,2018 at 05:06

      Dear Dinesh Kumar,

      Your welcome Sir.

      We recommend you to also read the following blogs.

      StockAxis Market Intelligence



      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Pankaj Kumar
    jul 19,2018 at 09:07 - Reply

    Nice

  • ahmad        
    MUKUT BEHARI AGRAWAL
    jul 19,2018 at 06:37 - Reply

    Beautifully explained. Thanks. But it would have been better if a textbook example was given showing how debt benefits a company.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 20,2018 at 11:06

      Dear MUKUT BEHARI AGRAWAL ,

      Thank you for your appreciation, Sir.

      We would like to inform you that a live example provides better insight than a textbook example. We, however, will surely try to implement the feedback that you have provided.

      We recommend you to also read the following blogs.

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      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    JIGNESH PRAVINCHANDRA SANGHANI
    jul 18,2018 at 09:59 - Reply

    Explained very well. You are also requested to please give some of the example of companies which has high debt/equity ratio as well as low debt/equity ratio. Which may helpful for more study.

  • ahmad        
    NRAJENGANESH
    jul 18,2018 at 09:25 - Reply

    Which site gives WACC to investors. Company Balance sheets even do not have WACC!

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 20,2018 at 11:24

      Dear NRAJENGANESH,

      The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is a calculation of a company's cost of capital, or the minimum that a company must earn to satisfy all debts and support all assets. The calculation includes the company's debt and equity ratios, as well as all long-term debt. Companies usually do an internal WACC calculation to assess overall company health. The larger and more complex a company is, the harder it is to determine WACC. Unfortunately, only some of the information needed to calculate WACC can be found on a balance sheet.

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    VIJAY JAIDEO PODDAR
    jul 18,2018 at 06:52 - Reply

    I FEEL very happy for the services providing by you, information about debt equity ratio is very good for the investor point of view.i hope you will provide us this kind of learning thought process about company and their balance sheet also in future. Thanks to entire RESEARCH team of STOCK AXIS.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 20,2018 at 10:54

      Dear VIJAY JAIDEO PODDAR,

      Thank you, Sir, for your kind words and for your motivation. We will keep striving to come up with such lessons and articles so as to keep our clients well informed.

      We have duly noted your request and we will surely try to come up with some great articles for the mentioned topic.

      We recommend you to also read the following blogs.

      Using the EV/EBITDA multiple smartly!

      Use The P/E Ratio Smartly!


      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    D V Ranganath
    jul 17,2018 at 06:32 - Reply

    Good overview of the concept debt to equity ratio

  • ahmad        
    K R PREMKUMAR
    jul 17,2018 at 06:25 - Reply

    Excellent information. Thank you.