Altman Z-Score
The Altman Z-Score (Edward Altman) determines how likely a company is to fail using available financial information. The lower the score, the higher the chance of bankruptcy. For example, a Z-Score above 3.0 indicates financial soundness; below 1.8 suggests a high likelihood of bankruptcy.
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Z-Score Calculator with Auto-search
Use the Z-score calculator to search for a company by name or by the stock ticker symbol to calculate the appropriate score for that particular company. There is a second calculator for side-by-side comparison of two companies. You may also manually enter or alter the pre-populated.
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Working Capital
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Total Assets
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Retained Earnings
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Operating Earnings
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Market Capitalization
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Revenue (Sales)
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Total Liabilities
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