The Dividend Coverage Ratio (DCR) measures the number of times a company can pay dividends to its shareholders. It is calculated by dividing the net income by dividend paid.
The Debt to EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) Ratio is a solvency metric that measures the company's ability to meet its debt obligations by earnings before covering its interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. It is calculated by dividing Total Debt by EBITDA.
The Asset to Shareholders Equity Ratio measures how much the company's assets are financed using shareholder's equity instead of debt. In other words, it shows the portion of the assets that are financed by a company utilizing its shareholders' equity.
The debt to asset ratio is a solvency metric that indicates how much of the company's assets are capitalized by debts. In other words, it shows how much portions of a company's assets are financed by debts and equity.
Cash Flow from Operation (CFO) to Debt Ratio indicates how much time it will take for the company to meet its debt obligations by its cash flow from operations, or we can say that it is a measure of the operating cash generated by the company relative to its debts
A Debt to Capital Ratio is a solvency metric that measures the company's ability to meet its debt obligations through its total capital or the portion of the debt compared to its total capital. It indicates the company's capital structure and how well it is financing its capital.