Alcoa Historical Fundamental Ratios Analysis

    Alcoa is presently reporting on over 71 different financial statement accounts. To analyze all of these accounts together requires a lot of time and effort. However, using these accounts to derive some meaningful and actionable indicators such as Long Term Debt to Equity of 0.0271 or PPandE Turnover of 1.272 will help investors to properly organize and evaluate Alcoa financial condition quickly. Financial Statement Analysis is way more than just reviewing and evaluating Alcoa prevailing accounting reports in order to predict its past. Macroaxis encourages investors to analyze financial statement over time for various trends across multiple indicators and accounts to determine whether Alcoa is a good buy for the upcoming year. Check also Trending Equities.
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    Alcoa Corporation Metrics Chart

    Interest Coverage    Revenue to Assets    Payout Ratio    Return on Average Assets    Return on Average Equity    Return on Sales    

    Payout Ratio

    Payout Ratio is the proportion of Alcoa Corporation earnings paid out as dividends to shareholders. Payout Ratio is typically expressed as a percentage but can be shown as dividends paid out as a proportion of cash flow. The payout ratio is used to determine the sustainability of Alcoa dividend payments. A lower payout ratio is generally preferable to a higher payout ratio, with a ratio greater than 100% indicating Alcoa is paying out more in dividends than it makes in net income. The percentage of earnings paid as dividends to common stockholders. Calculated by dividing [DPS] by Earnings per Basic Share USD.

    Return on Average Assets

    Return on assets measures how profitable a company is Net Income Common Stock relative to its total assets Average Assets.

    Return on Average Equity

    Return on equity measures a corporation's profitability by calculating the amount of Net Income Common Stock returned as a percentage of Average Equity.

    Return on Sales

    Return on Sales is a ratio to evaluate a company's operational efficiency, calculated by dividing Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT by Revenues. ROS is often a component of DuPont return on equity.