To continue the series about financial ratios, this is a post to show how to calculate the two main profit and return ratios.
I am going to use data from Magazine Luiza.

To continue the series about financial ratios, this is a post to show how to calculate the main leverage ratios (another very important group of financial ratios).
Again, I want to go straight to practice, without getting into much detail about financial ratios.

This is a very quick post to show how to calculate the four main liquidity ratios, one of the most important groups of financial ratios.
We use financial ratios to evaluate a firm’s performance, a firm’s financial capacity, or any other financial-related information we want.

I read the other day that some stocks have defensive Betas while others have aggressive ones. This is always true as a stock has either a Beta below one or above one (ok, let’s ignore the unlikely case where a stock has a Beta one).