Asset Growth % TTM
TTM

The Asset Growth Rate shows how quickly a company has been growing its Assets. It is calculated as a percentage change in Assets over a given period. This is measured on a TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains Asset Growth

This measures total assets growth - it is used by James Montier as a criterion for a short screen since it may suggest uncontrolled or managed capital expenditure.

The higher the growth the rate the better, though the figure should not be viewed in isolation. An increasing Asset value due to, say, excessive borrowing would not be considered beneficial for Shareholders. As this equation only considers the Asset side of the Balance Sheet, it does not take into account any corresponding change in Liabilities.

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The 5 lowest Asset Growth Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Asset Growth StockRank
EPA:ALGAU Gaussin SA -100 10
BIT:UNIR Unieuro SpA -100 97
PNK:OMWS Omnia Wellness Inc -100 66
PNK:YBGJ Yubo International Biotech -100 48
KOSDAQ:13310 A-Jin Industry Co -100 50
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