The Asset Turnover is a measure of how effectively a company is using its Assets to generate Revenue. It is calculated as Revenue divided by Total Assets. This is measured on a TTM basis.
Asset Turnover shows how efficient a company is at using its assets to generate sales. It calculates the total revenue for every dollar/pound of assets a company owns.
The formula is: Total Sales / Opening Total Assets
This is asset turnover based on the opening asset position (rather than an average). This version is used for the Piotroski F-Score calculations.
This is measured on a TTM basis.
|OSL:NTG||Nordic Technology AS||23.32%||0|
|NYQ:PBT||Permian Basin Royalty Trust||19.95%||75|
|NSI:KNAGRI||KN Agri Resources||12.87%||30|
|NYQ:BPT||BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust||12.55%||59|