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About Debt to Asset Ratio
The Debt to Asset Ratio measures the percentage of the company’s Total Assets that are financed with debt (Total Liabilities). This ratio basically looks at what debt the company owes, and compares that debt to what assets the company owns.
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Debt to Asset Ratio increases over time:
An increasing Debt to Asset Ratio means the amount of debt the company has compared to its assets is increasing, which can be a bad sign.
If Debt to Asset Ratio decreases over time:
A decreasing Debt to Asset Ratio means the amount of debt the company has compared to its assets is shrinking, which is generally a good sign.
If Debt to Asset Ratio stays the same over time:
An unchanged Debt to Asset Ratio means the amount of debt the company has compared to its assets has remained the same.