Operational Profit

Operational profit is the amount reported on the income statement associated with regular operations. It is often confused with EBITDA and net profit. In general, operational profit is sales less cost of sales and expenses (overhead). It is defined differently in each business sector and the respective industries.

Railroad Stocks – Analysis 02/15/2020

In addition, the price to book ratios are also higher than last quarter.  The key question for me and this fund is figuring out if there is value in any of the stocks.  To do this, I must fill out a table of various preferred ratios and then explain them in a write-up.  This way the reader will understand my reasoning as I write about it further

EBITDA

EBITDA

EBITDA is an acronym for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization. The value is generally known as operational profit before capital expenditures and tax obligations.

Net Profit Margin

Net Profit Margin

The net profit margin reflects the profitability of the company as a percentage of net sales. It is one of the performance ratios used in evaluating business. Interestingly, some consider it the most important ratio. These users of business ratios take a very simplistic approach towards business evaluation. 

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