FAQs

FAQs

FAQs

Eudividend Investing System is the tool for dividend income seeking investors, consisting of the rules of stock portfolio management and the methods of stock evaluation.

The past, present and future of dividend paying company is analyzed in order to determine how well it is performing in relation to other companies in the same industry.

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Why are some stock prices quoted in USD?

Stock prices are quoted in the same currency as a company’s financial accounts. If a company reports in USD, its performance figures are available in that currency. A stock price is used in calculation of some of the performance ratios. So we need a stock price in the same currency as that of all financial figures of a company.

What does "a strong balance sheet" mean?

Broadly it means that a company has more total assets than total liabilities (or, in other words, there are enough assets to meet liabilities). The following ratios are used to measure the strength of a balance sheet:

  • Current Ratio = Current Assets / Current Liabilities
  • D/E ratio = Debt / Equity

The higher is a  Current Ratio and the lower is a D/E Ratio the stronger is a balance sheet.