This article talks about the measures of a company's performance.
It begins with the explanation of the meaning of a share: it is every part in which the company is divided, and are these parts what investors acquire for the right to vote.
Assets are everything of value that is owned by the company. They can be formed by tangible materials (such as buildings, land, machines …) or intangibles (trademarks, patents …). Assets are a part of the balance of the company.
The company issues shares, most of which have a nominal value and are sold at market price. So, you can see the value of the company as the sum of the nominal value of all issued shares representing the capital stock issued by the company. There are other shares , called non-voting shares, whose shareholders are not to be entitled to vote at the company's strategy and are used to maintain control of the founding family. They are represented by the suffix A.
In the case of dividends: It is the portion of corporate profits paid out to Stockholders in proportion to their Shareholding. Only a portion of your profits go to pay dividends and in some cases may cover several times.
The company's profits are known as its earnings. The P / E ratio (price to earnings) is a measure of the price paid for a share relative to the annual net income or profit earned by the firm per share.
Another important factor in the company is the yield. The yield is typically expressed as a percentage net (ie after income tax) of the current share price.

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