Price to Earnings, Sales, and Cash Flow

 

These are the basic valuation ratios, indicating how much investors are willing to pay for each dollar of earnings, sales, and flow of cash within a company.

While companies vary significantly in size, their growth rates can be used to compare them on common ground.

Price to Earnings, Sales, and Cash Flow

These are the basic valuation ratios, indicating how much investors are willing to pay for each dollar of earnings, sales, and flow of cash within a company.

Capital Spending, Sales, and Earnings per Share Growth Rates

ROE, ROA, GM, EBITDM, OM, & NPM

These outer petal ratios indicate the internal performance of a company. Additionally these petals vary in width, based on their 5-year growth rate.

 

The Lotus is split into inner and outer segments. Both operate the same way, but on a different scale. All petals display the company's respective ratios.

Generally speaking, a large, fat, green lotus indicates an growing industry leader, while a small, red, skinny lotus indicates a shrinking, low performance company. However, the greatest opportunity for investment may be somewhere in between.

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