# Bond Yield Formula

Finance Formulas / May 19, 2018 / Alia Marquez

The dividend growth rate is necessary for using the dividend discount model, which is a security pricing model that assumes a stock's price is determined by the estimated future dividends, discounted by the excess of internal growth over the company's estimated dividend growth rate. A history of strong dividend growth could mean future dividend growth is likely, which can signal long-term profitability for a given company.

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The debt ratio is shown in decimal format because it calculates total liabilities as a percentage of total assets. As with many solvency ratios, a lower ratios is more favorable than a higher ratio.

The cash ratio is the ratio of a company's total cash and cash equivalents (CCE) to its current liabilities. The metric calculates a company's ability to repay its short-term debt; this information is useful to creditors when deciding how much debt, if any, they would be willing to extend to the asking party. The cash ratio is generally a more conservative look at a company's ability to cover its liabilities than many other liquidity ratios because other assets, including accounts receivable, are left out of the equation.

The depreciable value of your fixed asset is based on the amount you pay for it minus the amount you'd earn selling it for scrap at the end of the depreciation period. Start with the initial cost, or the amount you paid. Subtract the salvage value that you anticipate being able to earn back at the end of the item's useful life.

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