Research & Development to Sales TTM

The Research & Development to Sales ratio is a measure to compare the effectiveness of R&D expenditures between companies in the same industry. It is calculated as R&D expenditure divided by Total Sales. This is measured on a TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains R&D / Sales

This is calculated by dividing the Research & Development Expense by total sales or revenue. R&D expense is not always broken out in a company's financials, however, so this value may be n/a in those cases.

Comparisons are not always useful across industries - for example, pharmaceuticals and software companies tend to spend a lot on R&D while consumer product companies spent less.

This is measured on a TTM basis.

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The 5 highest R&D / Sales Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name R&D / Sales StockRank
ASX:LTR Liontown Resources 1552050 40
ASX:ZEO Zeotech 995406.67 27
ASX:EM2 Eagle Mountain Mining 706820 17
TPE:6541 Tanvex Biopharma Inc 618933.33 8
NSQ:ARNA Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc 610073.68 11
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