Alphabet Financial Statements From 2010 to 2024

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Alphabet financial statements provide useful quarterly and yearly information to potential Alphabet Inc Class A investors about the company's current and past financial position, as well as its overall management performance and changes in financial position over time. Historical trend examination of various income statement and balance sheet accounts found on Alphabet financial statements helps investors assess Alphabet's valuation, profitability, and current liquidity needs. Key fundamental drivers impacting Alphabet's valuation are summarized below:
Gross Profit
156.6 B
Profit Margin
0.2401
Market Capitalization
1.9 T
Enterprise Value Revenue
6.1403
Revenue
307.4 B
There are over one hundred nineteen available fundamental signals for Alphabet Inc Class A, which can be analyzed over time and compared to other ratios. We recommend to validate Alphabet's prevailing fundamental drivers against the all of the trends between 2010 and 2024. Market Cap is expected to rise to about 689.9 B this year. Enterprise Value is expected to rise to about 683.5 B this year

Alphabet Total Revenue

322.76 Billion

Check Alphabet financial statements over time to gain insight into future company performance. You can evaluate financial statements to find patterns among Alphabet main balance sheet or income statement drivers, such as Depreciation And Amortization of 12.5 B, Interest Expense of 323.4 M or Selling General Administrative of 17.2 B, as well as many exotic indicators such as Price To Sales Ratio of 5.45, Dividend Yield of 0.0 or PTB Ratio of 5.91. Alphabet financial statements analysis is a perfect complement when working with Alphabet Valuation or Volatility modules.
  
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Alphabet Balance Sheet

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Common Stock Shares Outstanding14.1 B12.7 B13.3 B
Slightly volatile
Total Assets422.5 B402.4 B219.9 B
Slightly volatile
Total Stockholder Equity297.5 B283.4 B161.6 B
Slightly volatile
Other Assets14.3 B13.7 B4.5 B
Slightly volatile
Liabilities And Stockholders Equity422.5 B402.4 B219.9 B
Slightly volatile
Total Liabilities125 B119 B58.3 B
Slightly volatile
Short and Long Term Debt Total29.9 B28.5 B12.8 B
Slightly volatile
Other Current Liabilities70.8 B67.4 B28.5 B
Slightly volatile
Total Current Liabilities85.9 B81.8 B36.9 B
Slightly volatile
Other Liabilities15.2 B14.5 B9.9 B
Slightly volatile
Property Plant And Equipment Net155.9 B148.4 B63.4 B
Slightly volatile
Current Deferred Revenue4.3 B4.1 B1.9 B
Slightly volatile
Retained Earnings221.8 B211.2 B120.1 B
Slightly volatile
Accounts Payable7.9 B7.5 B3.7 B
Slightly volatile
Cash13.9 B24 B16.3 B
Slightly volatile
Non Current Assets Total242.4 B230.9 B103 B
Slightly volatile
Non Currrent Assets Other10.6 B10.1 B3.8 B
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt6.1 B11.9 B5.9 B
Slightly volatile
Cash And Short Term Investments65.9 B110.9 B84.9 B
Slightly volatile
Net Receivables50.4 B48 B22.8 B
Slightly volatile
Common Stock Total Equity82.3 B78.4 B43.5 B
Slightly volatile
Short Term Investments52.1 B86.9 B68.6 B
Slightly volatile
Non Current Liabilities Total39.1 B37.2 B21.4 B
Slightly volatile
Other Current Assets13.3 B12.7 B5.1 B
Slightly volatile
Property Plant And Equipment Gross226.7 B215.9 B72.6 B
Slightly volatile
Total Current Assets180.1 B171.5 B116.9 B
Slightly volatile
Short Term Debt2.6 B2.8 B2.8 B
Very volatile
Intangible Assets2.2 B2.4 B2.9 B
Slightly volatile
Common Stock80.4 B76.5 B43.2 B
Slightly volatile
Property Plant Equipment136 B129.6 B58.2 B
Slightly volatile
Good Will30.7 B29.2 B17.7 B
Slightly volatile
Inventory3.2 B3.1 B1.1 B
Slightly volatile
Net Tangible Assets174.2 B258.9 B146.2 B
Slightly volatile
Deferred Long Term Liabilities561.5 M591.1 M1.3 B
Pretty Stable
Long Term Investments17.7 B31 B12.7 B
Slightly volatile
Short and Long Term Debt3.4 B3.6 B5.1 B
Slightly volatile
Retained Earnings Total Equity157.4 B224.9 B131.6 B
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt Total8.5 B16.9 B6.5 B
Slightly volatile
Capital Surpluse54.1 B78.4 B46.1 B
Slightly volatile
Non Current Liabilities Other1.5 B1.6 B11.2 B
Slightly volatile
Deferred Long Term Asset Charges348.7 M440.4 M331.7 M
Slightly volatile
Net Invested Capital253.1 B295.2 B197.3 B
Slightly volatile
Net Working Capital84 B89.7 B101.3 B
Very volatile
Capital Stock66.1 B76.5 B52.5 B
Slightly volatile
Cash And Equivalents18.5 B19.7 B24.8 B
Slightly volatile

Alphabet Income Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Depreciation And Amortization12.5 B11.9 B8.2 B
Slightly volatile
Selling General Administrative17.2 B16.4 B8.6 B
Slightly volatile
Other Operating Expenses234.3 B223.1 B105.3 B
Slightly volatile
Research Development47.7 B45.4 B20.8 B
Slightly volatile
Cost Of Revenue140 B133.3 B61.4 B
Slightly volatile
Total Operating Expenses94.3 B89.8 B43.9 B
Slightly volatile
Total Revenue322.8 B307.4 B142.8 B
Slightly volatile
Income Tax Expense12.5 B11.9 B6.7 B
Slightly volatile
Net Income Applicable To Common Shares72.4 B69 B32.8 B
Slightly volatile
Selling And Marketing Expenses29.3 B27.9 B14.5 B
Slightly volatile
Discontinued Operations412.8 M464.4 M505.7 M
Slightly volatile
Net Income From Continuing Ops40.7 B66.7 B31 B
Slightly volatile
Tax Provision9.5 B11.7 B6.9 B
Slightly volatile
Interest Income1.9 B3.4 B1.2 B
Slightly volatile
Net Interest Income1.9 B3.1 B1.5 B
Slightly volatile
Reconciled Depreciation13.3 B14.6 B9.7 B
Slightly volatile

Alphabet Cash Flow Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Free Cash Flow73 B69.5 B31.9 B
Slightly volatile
Begin Period Cash Flow12.9 B21.9 B16.7 B
Slightly volatile
Depreciation12.5 B11.9 B7.9 B
Slightly volatile
Capital Expenditures33.9 B32.3 B16.8 B
Slightly volatile
Total Cash From Operating Activities106.8 B101.7 B48.7 B
Slightly volatile
Net Income77.5 B73.8 B32.6 B
Slightly volatile
End Period Cash Flow14.1 B24 B17.4 B
Slightly volatile
Change To Netincome8.9 B14.2 B8.2 B
Slightly volatile
Stock Based Compensation23.6 B22.5 B9.7 B
Slightly volatile
Change To Liabilities6.4 BB4.4 B
Slightly volatile
Cash Flows Other Operating19.7 B18.8 B8.1 B
Slightly volatile
Issuance Of Capital Stock760 M855 M931 M
Slightly volatile

Financial Ratios

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Price To Sales Ratio5.455.739517.1986
Slightly volatile
PTB Ratio5.916.225912.64
Slightly volatile
Days Sales Outstanding43.7856.952558.1619
Slightly volatile
Book Value Per Share23.5622.43712.1534
Slightly volatile
Free Cash Flow Yield0.02480.03940.0357
Very volatile
Invested Capital0.05530.10060.076
Slightly volatile
Operating Cash Flow Per Share8.468.05593.6804
Slightly volatile
Stock Based Compensation To Revenue0.04930.07310.0632
Slightly volatile
PB Ratio5.916.225912.64
Slightly volatile
EV To Sales5.475.75417.1242
Slightly volatile
Free Cash Flow Per Share5.785.50242.4183
Slightly volatile
Inventory Turnover48.1542.5467.3651
Pretty Stable
Days Of Inventory On Hand9.658.887.2301
Pretty Stable
Payables Turnover22.817.794216.2539
Slightly volatile
Sales General And Administrative To Revenue0.0770.05340.0697
Slightly volatile
Research And Ddevelopement To Revenue0.170.14780.1747
Slightly volatile
Cash Per Share9.228.78196.5982
Slightly volatile
POCF Ratio16.4717.340190.0608
Slightly volatile
Interest Coverage465274506
Slightly volatile
PFCF Ratio24.1225.3872153
Slightly volatile
Days Payables Outstanding16.7820.512323.9601
Slightly volatile
Income Quality2.021.37881.8488
Slightly volatile
EV To Operating Cash Flow16.5117.383930.4198
Slightly volatile
EV To Free Cash Flow24.1825.451343.9415
Slightly volatile
Intangibles To Total Assets0.0880.07260.102
Slightly volatile
Current Ratio1.992.09663.8639
Slightly volatile
Tangible Book Value Per Share21.1320.125210.6305
Slightly volatile
Receivables Turnover7.516.40886.288
Slightly volatile
Graham Number57.0354.310725.6644
Slightly volatile
Shareholders Equity Per Share23.5622.43712.1534
Slightly volatile
Debt To Equity0.05530.10060.076
Slightly volatile
Revenue Per Share25.5624.338410.7981
Slightly volatile
Interest Debt Per Share2.42.28121.0901
Slightly volatile
Debt To Assets0.04230.07080.0561
Slightly volatile
Short Term Coverage Ratios34.6336.45571.7254
Pretty Stable
Operating Cycle48.2556.952563.4615
Slightly volatile
Price Book Value Ratio5.916.225912.64
Slightly volatile
Days Of Payables Outstanding16.7820.512323.9601
Slightly volatile
Price To Operating Cash Flows Ratio16.4717.340190.0608
Slightly volatile
Price To Free Cash Flows Ratio24.1225.3872153
Slightly volatile
Ebt Per Ebit0.831.01691.0478
Very volatile
Effective Tax Rate0.130.13910.1975
Slightly volatile
Company Equity Multiplier1.041.421.3304
Pretty Stable
Long Term Debt To Capitalization0.08730.08320.0534
Slightly volatile
Total Debt To Capitalization0.05090.09140.0697
Slightly volatile
Debt Equity Ratio0.05530.10060.076
Slightly volatile
Quick Ratio1.841.9423.6702
Slightly volatile
Net Income Per E B T0.60.86090.7895
Very volatile
Cash Ratio0.280.29390.648
Slightly volatile
Cash Conversion Cycle31.4836.440239.5021
Very volatile
Operating Cash Flow Sales Ratio0.280.3310.3427
Slightly volatile
Days Of Inventory Outstanding9.658.887.2301
Pretty Stable
Days Of Sales Outstanding43.7856.952558.1619
Slightly volatile
Free Cash Flow Operating Cash Flow Ratio0.520.6830.6357
Pretty Stable
Cash Flow Coverage Ratios3.393.56954.9511
Slightly volatile
Price To Book Ratio5.916.225912.64
Slightly volatile
Fixed Asset Turnover1.972.07093.0162
Slightly volatile
Price Cash Flow Ratio16.4717.340190.0608
Slightly volatile
Debt Ratio0.04230.07080.0561
Slightly volatile
Cash Flow To Debt Ratio3.393.56954.9511
Slightly volatile
Price Sales Ratio5.455.739517.1986
Slightly volatile
Asset Turnover0.760.76390.5918
Slightly volatile
Gross Profit Margin0.670.56630.5961
Slightly volatile
Price Fair Value5.916.225912.64
Slightly volatile

Alphabet Valuation Data

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Market Cap689.9 B657.1 B532.1 B
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value683.5 B651 B524.4 B
Slightly volatile

Alphabet Fundamental Market Drivers

Forward Price Earnings23.2019
Cash And Short Term Investments110.9 B

Alphabet Upcoming Events

30th of January 2024
Upcoming Quarterly Report
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23rd of April 2024
Next Financial Report
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31st of December 2023
Next Fiscal Quarter End
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30th of January 2024
Next Fiscal Year End
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30th of September 2023
Last Quarter Report
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31st of December 2022
Last Financial Announcement
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About Alphabet Financial Statements

There are typically three primary documents that fall into the category of financial statements. These documents include Alphabet income statement, its balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows. Alphabet investors use historical funamental indicators, such as Alphabet's revenue or net income, to determine how well the company is positioned to perform in the future. Although Alphabet investors may use each financial statement separately, they are all related. The changes in Alphabet's assets and liabilities, for example, are also reflected in the revenues and expenses that we see on Alphabet's income statement, which results in the company's gains or losses. Cash flows can provide more information regarding cash listed on a balance sheet, but not equivalent to net income shown on the income statement. We offer a historical overview of the basic patterns found on Alphabet Financial Statements. Understanding these patterns can help to make the right decision on long term investment in Alphabet. Please read more on our technical analysis and fundamental analysis pages.
Last ReportedProjected for Next Year
Current Deferred Revenue4.1 B4.3 B
Cost Of Revenue133.3 B140 B
Total Revenue307.4 B322.8 B
Stock Based Compensation To Revenue 0.07  0.05 
Sales General And Administrative To Revenue 0.05  0.08 
Research And Ddevelopement To Revenue 0.15  0.17 
Capex To Revenue(0.10)(0.11)
Revenue Per Share 24.34  25.56 
Ebit Per Revenue 0.27  0.18 

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Quarterly Earnings Growth
0.56
Earnings Share
5.8
Revenue Per Share
24.338
Quarterly Revenue Growth
0.135
Return On Assets
0.1437
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