Asset Turnover TTM

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.

Stockopedia explains Asset Turnover

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.

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Unit: %
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The 5 highest Asset Turnover Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Asset Turnover StockRank
NZE:VCT Vector 0.19 85
PRG:ENRGA Energoaqua as 0.19 49
ETR:EOAN E.ON SE 0.64 70
FRA:RWE RWE AG 0.23 64
NYQ:GNE Genie Energy 2.26 73
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