Definitions of all available metrics Price / Earnings
Returns price divided by earnings per share, using the most recent close price within that period.


Debt / Equity
Total Debt / Total Equity


Operating Cashflow Per Share
This is calculated as Funds from Operations divided by Common Shares Outstanding.


NAV / Price
(Total Assets Per Share - Total Liabilities Per Share) / Price


Last Close
Last Close Price


Market Cap
The latest close price multiplied by the number of common shares outstanding.


Cash Per Share
Represents money available for use in the normal operations of the company. It is the most liquid of all of the company's assets.


Earnings Per Share
Represents fiscal period earnings for the requested time period.


Book Value
Calculated by (Total Assets - Total Liabilities). This is the total book value, as derived from the latest balance sheet. It is the same as shareholder's equity.


Beta
In StocksCafe, all beta shown is computed with linear regression using data from the last 3 years against ES3 for SGX, 2800 for HKEX and SPY for USX. Beta can be used to measure how a stock or portfolio is likely to respond to changes in Market. Read more about Beta here.


Value At Risk
Here, we computeMean the 99% monthly value at risk using the variance-covariance method based on data of the last 3 years.
Basically, it means that based on historical data, it is 99% confident that you will not lose more than VaR % of your portfolio in a month. Of course, the lower the VaR, the better it is because it would mean lower risk.



Liquidity
Liquidity is computed using the last 60 trading days of a stock. Naturally, the more liquid a stock, the better it is deemed to be since it will be easier to find a buyer when you want to sell, and a seller when you want to buy, which leads to a smaller spread.


Expected Shortfall
Expected shortfall complements value at risk as value at risk measures "How bad can things get in normal situations (i.e. 99% of the case)?" and expected shortfall measures "In stressed situations (i.e. the 1% case), what is the expected loss?".


Graham Number
Graham Number = Square Root of [22.5 x Earnings Per Share (EPS) x Book Value Per Share (BVPS)]. The results is, theoretically, the maximum price that a defensive investor should pay for the given stock. Put another way, a stock priced below the Graham Number would be considered a good value, if it also meets a number of other criteria.


Book Value Per Share
Represents book value (proportioned common equity divided by outstanding shares) at the company's fiscal year end.


Total Assets
Represents the sum of total current assets, long-term receivables, investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries, other investments, net property plant and equipment, deferred tax assets, and other assets.


Total Equity
Total Assets - Total Liabilities


Total Liability
Represents all short- and long-term obligations expected to be satisfied by the company.


Total Debt
Represents all interest bearing and capitalized lease obligations. It is the sum of long and short-term debt.


Total Return / PE
Total Return Over PE = (EPS Growth + Median Yield) / PE


Median Yield (%)
Median Yield in the last 5 years


Current Yield (%)
Current yield


5 Year EPS Growth (%)
Earnings Growth (5Years)


Dividend Payout Ratio (%)
Dividend per share [TTM] divided by EPS [TTM], expressed as a percentage.


Dividend Per Share
Dividends Per Share (TTM)


Return on Assets (%)
This is calculated as Net Income divided by Total Assets.


Return on Equity (%)
This is calculated as Net Income divided by the two fiscal period average of Total Shareholders' Equity.


Revenue Per Share
Returns sales per share.


Total Revenue
Represents gross sales and other operating revenue less discounts, returns and allowances.


Price / Revenue Per Share
Price / Revenue Per Share


Current Ratio
Current Ratio = Current Assets / Current Liabilities


Quick Ratio
Quick Ratio = Cash & Equivalents plus Receivables divided by Current Liabilities.


Earnings Growth YoY (%)
The difference between the latest TTM earnings from total operations and the TTM earnings one year prior, expressed as a percentage.


Total Cash
Represents money available for use in the normal operations of the company. It is the most liquid of all of the company's assets.


Tangible Book Value Per Share
Tangible Book Value (Per Share) = Total Net Asset Value of a company (book value) minus intangible assets and goodwill.


Price / Book
Price / Book Value Per Share


Price / Tangible Book
Price / Tangible Book Value Per Share


+ve Operating Cash Flow Count (3 yrs)
Number of times Cash Flow Per Share is > 0 in the last 3 years


+ve Operating Cash Flow Count (5 yrs)
Number of times Cash Flow Per Share is > 0 in the last 5 years


Increasing Operating Cash Flow Count (3yrs)
Number of time Operating Cash Flow Increased in the last 3 years


Increasing Operating Cash Flow Count (5yrs)
Number of time Operating Cash Flow Increased in the last 5 years


Close % from 52-Weeks Low
Close % From 52-Weeks Low = ('Last Close' - '52W Low') x 100 / ('52W High' - '52W Low')


Long Term Debt / Assets
Long Term Debt / Assets


Gross Income Margin (%)
Gross Income Margin


Revenue / Assets
Revenue / Assets


Simple Moving Average (50 Days)
Simple Moving Average (50 Days)


Simple Moving Average (100 Days)
Simple Moving Average (100 Days)


Simple Moving Average (200 Days)
Simple Moving Average (200 Days)


Volume Weighted Average (50 Days)
Volume Weighted Simple Moving Average (50 Days)


Volume Weighted Average (100 Days)
Volume Weighted Simple Moving Average (100 Days)


Volume Weighted Average (200 Days)
Volume Weighted Simple Moving Average (200 Days)


RSI (14 Days)
RSI (14 Days)


RSI (21 Days)
RSI (21 Days)


MACD (12, 26, 9 Days)
MACD (12, 26, 9 Days)


On Balance Volume (50 Days)
On Balance Volume (50 Days)


On Balance Volume (100 Days)
On Balance Volume (100 Days)


Free Cash Flow Per Share
Free Cash Flow Per Share


Annualized Historical Returns (10 Years)
Annualized Historical Annualized Returns (10-Years)


Annualized Standard Deviation (10 Years)
Annualized Standard Deviation (10-Years)


EPS / Price
EPS / Price


Highest P/E (3 Years)
Highest P/E in 3 Years


Highest P/E (5 Years)
Highest P/E in 5 Years


Increasing EPS count (3 Years)
Number of times EPS has increased in the last 3 Years


Increasing EPS count (5 Years)
Number of times EPS has increased in the last 5 Years


Tangible Book Value
Tangible Book Value


Net Assets Value
Net Assets Value = Total Assets - Total Liabilities


Cash Equivalent
Cash Equivalent


Max Yield (%)
Max Yield in the last 5 years


Min Yield (%)
Min Yield in the last 5 years


Altman Z-Score
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altman_Z-score


Net Profit
Net Profit = Total Revenue - Total Expenses


Net Profit Margin (%)
Net Profit Margin = (Total Revenue - Total Expenses) * 100 / Total Revenue


Operating Profit Margin (%)
Net Income Continuing Operations * 100 / Total Revenue


(Price - Cash)/EPS
Adjusted PE = (Price - Cash) / Earnings Per Share


Close % from 5-Years Low
Close % From 5-Years Low = ('Last Close' - '5Y Low') x 100 / ('5Y High' - '5Y Low')


EV / EBIT_Operating_Income
Enterprise Value / Earning Before Interest & Taxes of Operating Income


EV
Enterprise Value


EBIT_Operating_Income
Earning Before Interest & Taxes of Operating Income


Long Term Debt / Equity (%)
Long Term Debt / Equity (in Percentage)


Long Term Debt / Capital (%)
Long Term Debt / Capital (in Percentage)


Shares Outstanding
Shares Outstanding


Cash Flow Per Share
Cashflow Per Share


Cash Flow
Cashflow Per Share x Shares Outstanding


Free Cash Flow
Free Cashflow Per Share x Shares Outstanding


RSI (180 Days)
RSI (180 Days)


PEG
PEG = PE / Annual EPS Growth


5 Year Revenue Growth (%)
Revenue Growth (5Years)


3 Year Dividend Growth (%)
Dividend Growth (3Years)


5 year Dividend Growth (%)
Dividend Growth (5Years)


10 Year Dividend Growth (%)
Dividend Growth (10Years)


Projected Yield
Projected Yield


5-Year Average Return On Invested Capital
The sum of the previous 5 years of Net Income from Total Operations divided by the sum of the previous 5 years Invested Capital, data taken from the annual reports (5 Year Average).


5-Year Average Return On Assets
The sum of the previous 5 years of Net Income from Total Operations divided by the sum of the previous 5 years Invested Capital, data taken from the annual reports (5 Year Average).


1-Day Close Change (%)
1 Day Close Change (%) = Last Close / Yesterday Close - 1


7-Day Close Change (%)
7 Day Close Change (%) = Last Close / 7 Days Ago Close - 1


30-Day Close Change (%)
30 Day Close Change (%) = Last Close / 30 Days Ago Close - 1


Free Cash Flow Yield
Free Cash Flow Yield (%) = Free Cash Flow Diluted / Close


Annualized Historical Returns (3 Years)
Annualized Historical Annualized Returns (3-Years)


Annualized Historical Returns (5 Years)
Annualized Historical Annualized Returns (5-Years)


Latest Volume
Latest Volume


Average Volume (1mth)
Average volume based on the last 20 trading days of a stock


Dividend Month Previous
The month where the nearest past dividend was given out


Dividend Month Next
The month where the nearest upcoming/projected dividend will be given


#ExDate Per Year
Number of ExDates per year (based on last year)


52 Weeks Low
52 Weeks Low (including the low of the day)


52 Weeks High
52 Weeks High (including the high of the day)


Close / 52 Weeks Low (%)
Close / 52 Weeks Low (%)


Close / 52 Weeks High (%)
Close / 52 Weeks High (%)