asset/equity ratio


Total assets divided by shareholder equity. Asset/equity ratio is often used as a measure of leverage. For example, if a company's assets are $1 million and its shareholder equity is $1 million, then its asset/equity ratio would be 1.

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Most companies aim to have a high asset/equity ratio because it shows that they have good financial leverage.

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