Financial Analysis and Benchmarking of Listed Companies
Examine the financial position of publicly traded companies in the United States and compare it to your company!
Top U.S. Companies by Revenue
|# 1||Walmart Inc.||611,289||243,197|
|# 2||Amazon.com, Inc.||513,983||462,675|
|# 3||Exxon Mobil Corporation||413,680||369,067|
|# 4||Apple Inc.||387,537||346,747|
|# 5||UnitedHealth Group Incorporated||324,162||245,705|
|# 6||CVS Health Corporation||322,467||228,275|
|# 7||Berkshire Hathaway Inc.||302,089||948,452|
|# 8||McKesson Corporation||292,681||62,690|
|# 9||Alphabet Inc.||282,836||365,264|
|# 10||Chevron Corporation||246,252||257,709|
What is Comparative Analysis?
ReadyRatios compares your company's key financial indicators with industry and all public companies' averages. This is a comparative analysis. It is not a substitute for a more in-depth financial analysis that evaluates the quality of your company's financial performance. It does, however, provide insight into how the company is performing relative to businesses in the same industry.
How to Analyze a Company
Just enter the company name or ticker. If the company submitted financial statements to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC),
the data will be loaded and analyzed.
Please note, if the company does not file financial reports with the SEC, you can enter the data manually.
Can the Company Be Compared to Its Competitors?
Yes. Once you have analyzed a company, click on "Compare with a Competitor" and type in the competitor's name or ticker. You will get a comparison not only with industry averages, but also with the competitor's financial ratios.
How Much Does It Cost?
It is free. You can analyze any of about 10,000 of the largest publicly traded U.S. companies that submit financial statements to the SEC.
Key Financial Ratios
We have created a unique directory of industry financial ratios. The directory is the result of processing data from all U.S.-listed companies that have submitted financial statements to the SEC. Industry financial ratios are essential for comparative financial analysis. We encourage you to use this directory for educational and research purposes, for analyzing the characteristics and trends of various industries, and for in-depth comparative financial analysis of individual companies. The financial ratios in the directory are broken down by industry using the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
|Interest coverage ratio||3.04||1.22||2.20||1.98||1.84|
|ROE (Return on equity), after tax||2.6%||-2.1%||2.7%||0.7%||-1.1%|
|ROA (Return on assets)||1.1%||-0.1%||1%||0.8%||0.5%|
|Operating margin (Return on sales)||9.7%||4.8%||8%||7.4%||6.4%|
|Asset turnover (days)||815||869||747||654||635|
|Receivables turnover (days)||48||54||50||48||48|
|Inventory turnover (days)||76||79||71||71||70|
|Dividend Payout Ratio||0.27||0.27||0.32||0.27||0.31|
These ratios are calculated for publicly traded U.S. companies that submit financial statements to the SEC. Hover over the ratio value in the table to see the exact number of companies included in the calculation.
Financial Statements Database
We get official financial reports of listed companies and present them in accordance with U.S. GAAP in a way that is clear and suitable for further research and analysis (e.g. Microsoft reports). As you know, each company's financial statements look different, so we have done a lot of work to convert them into a standard form according to the latest U.S. GAAP taxonomy requirements. During this work, we have created universal U.S. GAAP reporting templates based on the official taxonomy.