Long Term Debt to Total Capital of ()

The long-term debt to capitalization ratio, a variation of the traditional debt-to-equity ratio, shows the financial leverage of a firm.  It is calculated by dividing long-term debt by total available capital (long-term debt, preferred stock, and common stock).  Investors compare the financial leverage of firms to analyze the associated investment risk. High ratios indicate risky investments as debt is the primary source of financing. The ratio can be calculated by dividing the long-term debt by the amount of capital available.


Source: Investopedia

Long Term Debt to Total Capital
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