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I have a SEC form 10K with the balance sheet. how do you figure out current ratio for the past two years?

I have a SEC form 10K with the balance sheet. how do you figure out current ratio for the past two years?


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2 comments
  • so what do these ratios mean opposed to competitor standard ratios?
    • jthesmooth
    • Sep 01, 2018 at 9:08pm
  • If they are above competitor ratios then the firm is performing better to others, abiity to pay debts, in a better position. If they are below other firms then they have too much current debt.
    • sonyplayer1987
    • Sep 01, 2018 at 9:10pm

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