Home Financial Statements From 2010 to 2024

HD Stock  USD 344.21  1.48  0.43%   
Home Depot financial statements provide useful quarterly and yearly information to potential Home Depot 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 Home Depot financial statements helps investors assess Home Depot's valuation, profitability, and current liquidity needs. Key fundamental drivers impacting Home Depot's valuation are summarized below:
Gross Profit
52.8 B
Profit Margin
0.0979
Market Capitalization
338.9 B
Enterprise Value Revenue
2.4956
Revenue
151.8 B
There are over one hundred nineteen available fundamental trends for Home Depot, which can be analyzed over time and compared to other ratios. Investors should ensure to confirm all of Home Depot's regular performance against the performance from 2010 to 2024 to make sure the company is sustainable down the road. The current year's Market Cap is expected to grow to about 82.4 B. The current year's Enterprise Value is expected to grow to about 83.8 B

Home Depot Total Revenue

160.3 Billion

Check Home Depot financial statements over time to gain insight into future company performance. You can evaluate financial statements to find patterns among Home main balance sheet or income statement drivers, such as Depreciation And Amortization of 3.4 B, Interest Expense of 2 B or Total Revenue of 160.3 B, as well as many exotic indicators such as Price To Sales Ratio of 2.2, Dividend Yield of 0.0222 or PTB Ratio of 87.92. Home financial statements analysis is a perfect complement when working with Home Depot Valuation or Volatility modules.
  
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Home Depot Balance Sheet

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Total Assets80.4 B76.5 B50.9 B
Slightly volatile
Short and Long Term Debt Total54.9 B52.2 B29.3 B
Slightly volatile
Other Current Liabilities7.1 B6.8 B4.7 B
Slightly volatile
Total Current Liabilities23.1 B22 B16.3 B
Slightly volatile
Property Plant And Equipment Net17.8 B34 B23.9 B
Slightly volatile
Net Debt50.9 B48.5 B26.6 B
Slightly volatile
Retained Earnings87.8 B83.7 B44.4 B
Slightly volatile
Cash3.9 B3.8 B2.7 B
Slightly volatile
Non Current Assets Total49.1 B46.8 B30.7 B
Slightly volatile
Non Currrent Assets Other760.1 M1.2 B1.4 B
Slightly volatile
Cash And Short Term Investments3.9 B3.8 B2.7 B
Slightly volatile
Net Receivables3.5 B3.3 B2.1 B
Slightly volatile
Common Stock Shares Outstanding1.4 BB1.2 B
Slightly volatile
Liabilities And Stockholders Equity80.4 B76.5 B50.9 B
Slightly volatile
Non Current Liabilities Total56.1 B53.5 B30 B
Slightly volatile
Inventory22 B21 B14.4 B
Slightly volatile
Other Current Assets1.8 B1.7 BB
Slightly volatile
Total Liabilities79.3 B75.5 B46.2 B
Slightly volatile
Total Current Assets31.3 B29.8 B20.2 B
Slightly volatile
Short Term Debt2.5 B2.4 B1.9 B
Slightly volatile
Intangible Assets3.8 B3.6 B2.3 B
Slightly volatile
Accounts Payable5.3 B10 B7.3 B
Slightly volatile
Good Will8.9 B8.5 B3.7 B
Slightly volatile
Common Stock Total Equity98 M103.5 M85.8 M
Slightly volatile
Property Plant And Equipment Gross64.2 B61.1 B34 B
Slightly volatile
Common Stock98 M103.5 M85.8 M
Slightly volatile
Other Liabilities4.3 B4.1 B2.5 B
Slightly volatile
Other Assets4.8 B4.6 B1.7 B
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt44.9 B42.7 B25.2 B
Slightly volatile
Property Plant Equipment25.7 B37.5 B25.3 B
Slightly volatile
Current Deferred Revenue1.9 B2.8 BB
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt Total24.7 B48.3 B24.9 B
Slightly volatile
Capital Surpluse10.5 B14.5 B10.1 B
Slightly volatile
Long Term Investments94.6 M159.8 M130.4 M
Slightly volatile
Non Current Liabilities Other2.9 B2.1 B2.6 B
Slightly volatile
Short and Long Term Debt1.9 B1.4 B1.3 B
Slightly volatile
Cash And Equivalents3.6 B3.2 BB
Slightly volatile
Net Invested Capital39.8 B45.2 B32.8 B
Slightly volatile
Net Working Capital4.5 B7.8 B3.5 B
Slightly volatile
Capital Stock98.5 M103.5 M90.7 M
Slightly volatile
Capital Lease Obligations7.4 B8.1 B6.3 B
Slightly volatile

Home Depot Income Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Depreciation And Amortization3.4 B3.2 B2.2 B
Slightly volatile
Interest ExpenseB1.9 B1.1 B
Slightly volatile
Total Revenue160.3 B152.7 B104.3 B
Slightly volatile
Gross Profit50.7 B48.3 B35.1 B
Slightly volatile
Other Operating Expenses137.5 B131 B89.9 B
Slightly volatile
Operating Income22.8 B21.7 B14.3 B
Slightly volatile
EBIT22.8 B21.7 B14.4 B
Slightly volatile
EBITDA26.2 B24.9 B16.6 B
Slightly volatile
Cost Of Revenue109.6 B104.4 B69.2 B
Slightly volatile
Total Operating Expenses13.9 B26.6 B19.8 B
Slightly volatile
Income Before Tax20.9 B19.9 B13.4 B
Slightly volatile
Net Income15.9 B15.1 B9.6 B
Slightly volatile
Income Tax ExpenseB4.8 B3.8 B
Slightly volatile
Selling General Administrative15.3 B25.5 B18.1 B
Slightly volatile
Selling And Marketing Expenses1.7 B1.1 B851.5 M
Slightly volatile
Net Income Applicable To Common Shares20.7 B19.7 B10.3 B
Slightly volatile
Discontinued Operations32.8 M36.9 M40.2 M
Slightly volatile
Net Income From Continuing Ops9.8 B15.1 B9.3 B
Slightly volatile
Tax Provision4.9 B4.8 B4.3 B
Slightly volatile
Interest Income120.3 M178 M349.2 M
Slightly volatile
Reconciled Depreciation2.8 B3.2 B2.4 B
Slightly volatile
Non Recurring197.6 M222.3 M242.1 M
Slightly volatile

Home Depot Cash Flow Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Begin Period Cash Flow1.4 B2.8 B2.4 B
Slightly volatile
Depreciation3.4 B3.2 B2.2 B
Slightly volatile
Dividends Paid8.8 B8.4 B4.5 B
Slightly volatile
Capital Expenditures2.3 B3.2 BB
Slightly volatile
Total Cash From Operating Activities22.2 B21.2 B12.1 B
Slightly volatile
Net Income15.9 B15.1 B9.6 B
Slightly volatile
End Period Cash Flow3.9 B3.8 B2.7 B
Slightly volatile
Stock Based Compensation251 M380 M260.6 M
Slightly volatile
Change To Netincome299.9 M579.6 M347 M
Slightly volatile
Issuance Of Capital Stock323.8 M323 M265.2 M
Slightly volatile

Financial Ratios

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Price To Sales Ratio2.22.32752.1048
Slightly volatile
Dividend Yield0.02220.02360.0207
Slightly volatile
Days Sales Outstanding8.277.95667.2941
Slightly volatile
Operating Cash Flow Per Share17.5421.193212.68
Slightly volatile
Stock Based Compensation To Revenue0.00230.00250.0025
Slightly volatile
EV To Sales2.462.64512.3667
Slightly volatile
ROIC0.30.38150.316
Slightly volatile
Inventory Turnover5.254.97634.9649
Slightly volatile
Net Income Per Share11.9815.15829.5692
Slightly volatile
Days Of Inventory On Hand69.5573.348373.5462
Slightly volatile
Payables Turnover7.5210.39979.7135
Pretty Stable
Sales General And Administrative To Revenue0.180.1670.1788
Slightly volatile
Cash Per Share7.353.76382.4929
Slightly volatile
POCF Ratio15.416.783719.0912
Slightly volatile
Interest Coverage13.5711.162612.781
Slightly volatile
Payout Ratio0.50.55360.472
Slightly volatile
Days Payables Outstanding48.5535.097137.9935
Pretty Stable
Income Quality1.461.39811.2829
Slightly volatile
EV To Operating Cash Flow17.2819.073621.2581
Slightly volatile
PE Ratio22.5423.465923.728
Slightly volatile
Return On Tangible Assets0.20.23490.2035
Slightly volatile
Earnings Yield0.04440.04260.043
Pretty Stable
Intangibles To Total Assets0.10.15760.0733
Slightly volatile
Net Debt To EBITDA1.71.94431.6371
Slightly volatile
Current Ratio1.231.35251.2851
Slightly volatile
Receivables Turnover44.1545.874150.4656
Slightly volatile
Graham Number28.7718.879123.1999
Very volatile
Revenue Per Share12315399.8814
Slightly volatile
Interest Debt Per Share41.6844.148129.9533
Slightly volatile
Debt To Assets0.620.55090.5537
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value Over EBITDA15.6216.194615.2301
Slightly volatile
Short Term Coverage Ratios8.48.75619.4268
Slightly volatile
Price Earnings Ratio22.5423.465923.728
Slightly volatile
Operating Cycle77.8281.304880.8403
Slightly volatile
Days Of Payables Outstanding48.5535.097137.9935
Pretty Stable
Dividend Payout Ratio0.50.55360.472
Slightly volatile
Price To Operating Cash Flows Ratio15.416.783719.0912
Slightly volatile
Pretax Profit Margin0.130.13050.1251
Slightly volatile
Ebt Per Ebit0.930.91860.9334
Slightly volatile
Operating Profit Margin0.140.14210.1341
Slightly volatile
Effective Tax Rate0.240.240.2818
Slightly volatile
Long Term Debt To Capitalization0.930.97440.8709
Slightly volatile
Total Debt To Capitalization0.930.97580.8692
Slightly volatile
Return On Capital Employed0.390.39790.4052
Slightly volatile
Ebit Per Revenue0.140.14210.1341
Slightly volatile
Quick Ratio0.470.3220.2898
Slightly volatile
Net Income Per E B T0.760.760.7182
Slightly volatile
Cash Ratio0.340.17080.1524
Slightly volatile
Cash Conversion Cycle29.2746.207742.8468
Slightly volatile
Operating Cash Flow Sales Ratio0.140.13870.1173
Slightly volatile
Days Of Inventory Outstanding69.5573.348373.5462
Slightly volatile
Days Of Sales Outstanding8.277.95667.2941
Slightly volatile
Cash Flow Coverage Ratios0.430.50220.4654
Slightly volatile
Fixed Asset Turnover4.314.48534.0022
Slightly volatile
Price Cash Flow Ratio15.416.783719.0912
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value Multiple15.6216.194615.2301
Slightly volatile
Debt Ratio0.620.55090.5537
Slightly volatile
Cash Flow To Debt Ratio0.430.50220.4654
Slightly volatile
Price Sales Ratio2.22.32752.1048
Slightly volatile
Return On Assets0.180.19790.1873
Slightly volatile
Asset Turnover1.871.99492.0725
Slightly volatile
Net Profit Margin0.09740.09920.0905
Slightly volatile
Gross Profit Margin0.340.31630.3329
Pretty Stable

Home Depot Valuation Data

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Market Cap82.4 B78.4 B82.1 B
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value83.8 B79.8 B83.5 B
Slightly volatile

Home Fundamental Market Drivers

Forward Price Earnings21.9298
Cash And Short Term Investments3.8 B

Home Upcoming Events

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21st of May 2024
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31st of January 2024
Next Fiscal Quarter End
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20th of February 2024
Next Fiscal Year End
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31st of October 2023
Last Quarter Report
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31st of January 2023
Last Financial Announcement
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About Home Depot Financial Statements

There are typically three primary documents that fall into the category of financial statements. These documents include Home Depot income statement, its balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows. Home Depot investors use historical funamental indicators, such as Home Depot's revenue or net income, to determine how well the company is positioned to perform in the future. Although Home Depot investors may use each financial statement separately, they are all related. The changes in Home Depot's assets and liabilities, for example, are also reflected in the revenues and expenses that we see on Home Depot'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 Home Depot Financial Statements. Understanding these patterns can help to make the right decision on long term investment in Home Depot. Please read more on our technical analysis and fundamental analysis pages.
Last ReportedProjected for Next Year
Current Deferred Revenue2.8 B1.9 B
Total Revenue152.7 B160.3 B
Cost Of Revenue104.4 B109.6 B
Stock Based Compensation To Revenue 0  0 
Sales General And Administrative To Revenue 0.17  0.18 
Research And Ddevelopement To Revenue 0.00  0.00 
Capex To Revenue(0.02)(0.02)
Revenue Per Share 152.82  123.01 
Ebit Per Revenue 0.14  0.14 

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Quarterly Earnings Growth
(0.05)
Dividend Share
6.43
Earnings Share
14.91
Revenue Per Share
152.785
Quarterly Revenue Growth
(0.02)
The market value of Home Depot is measured differently than its book value, which is the value of Home that is recorded on the company's balance sheet. Investors also form their own opinion of Home Depot's value that differs from its market value or its book value, called intrinsic value, which is Home Depot's true underlying value. Investors use various methods to calculate intrinsic value and buy a stock when its market value falls below its intrinsic value. Because Home Depot's market value can be influenced by many factors that don't directly affect Home Depot's underlying business (such as a pandemic or basic market pessimism), market value can vary widely from intrinsic value.
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