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Chicago, IL – February 21, 2020 – Stocks in this week’s article are ACM Research, Inc.
ACMR, SLM Corp. SLM, YETI Holdings, Inc. ( YETI Quick Quote YETI - Free Report) and New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. EDU. 4 Profitable Stocks to Boost Returns Using Net Income Ratio
Investors always look for companies with a high level of profitability regardless of the present market condition. In this context, profitability analysis is used to identify a profitable company over a loss-making one. Profitability analysis is the best tool to measure the ability of a company to offer sturdy returns to investors after meeting all its operating and non-operating costs.
Here, we have used the concept of accounting ratios to evaluate a company’s profitability. There are a variety of profitability ratios, from which we have chosen the most successful and frequently used profitability metric to determine the bottom-line performance of a company.
Net Income Ratio
Net income ratio gives us the exact profitability level of a company. It reflects the percentage of net income to total sales revenues. Using net income ratio, one can determine a company’s effectiveness to meet operating and non-operating expenses from revenues. A higher net income ratio usually implies a company’s ability to generate ample revenues and successfully manage all business functions.
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