by CI Staff
The most useful feature of YCharts is its ability to chart over 70 different metrics—including revenue growth, market capitalization and dividend yield—for over 5,000 companies. In addition, YCharts allows you to chart total returns, which takes into account a stock’s price appreciation as well as its dividend yield.
To get started, simply enter a ticker symbol in the quote box on the home page. A customizable price chart along with key statistics for the company are provided at the top of the page. If you scroll down, there will be a series of other charts, including total return, income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement charts. The income statement chart presents the trailing-12-month revenues, expenses and net income; the balance sheet chart graphs the total assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity; and the cash flow statement chart depicts the trailing-12-month cash from operations, cash from investing activities, and cash from financing activities.
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