Current Ratio | Current Assets divided by Current Liabilities
Tests for solvency or ability to meet current debt obligations. Measures how well you can cover current liabilities with liquid assets. Higher is better.
Quick Ratio | Cash + A/R divided by Current LiabilitiesTests the degree of solvency most strictly, using only the most liquid current assets. Higher is better.
Debt to Equity Ratio | Total Liabilities divided by EquityCompares what the company "owes" creditors to what it "owns." Measures the financial strength of the business. Lower is better.
Gross Margin % | Gross Profit $ divided by Net Sales
Indicates percentage of sales dollars remaining after costs related to purchasing merchandise are recognized. Higher is better.
Profit Margin % | Net Profit divided by Net Sales
Indicates percentage of sales dollars remaining after all costs (except taxes) are recognized. Higher is better.