I was wondering how do we calculate the total capital of a company? Which items should I look for in the financial statements? And how do I calculate notes payable? Is the same as accounts payable?
On Yahoo! Finance, why isn't the financial data of some companies available? e.g: this Canadian company. Because if this is a public company, the data must be made public.
Below are two different income statements for Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. I am wondering how can their net income and other line items be recorded so differently across two consecutive financial ...
I have a Vanguard fund that returned -1.34% for the year, yet I earned dividends on the same investment of $106 for the same year. How do I reconcile negative performance with positive dividends? Is ...
I'd like some help with understanding the financial statements of E Commerce China Dangdang Inc (ADR). You can see the Income Statement/Balance Sheet/Cash Flow statements on Google Finance. If you ...
Understanding company income statements: What is a good profit margin that would make it worthwhile to invest?
I have been learning about how to read and understand a stock company's income statement and using those variables to determine the worth of the stock. My question is, what is a good profit margin for ...
What can be used as a proof of income, for someone who was born, lives and works in Bermuda? I'm looking for the most official, widely-accepted, and least-manipulatable document.