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margin-bottom: 0in;">Coverage Ratio - the term coverage ratio is a type of accounting tool that helps measure a company’s ability to survive and grow.  Simply by comparing the company’s assets (gross profits) and liabilities (expenses) are a form of figuring the coverage ratio. The higher the assets, and the lower the expenses are makes the ratio higher that the company will survive. Lenders use the coverage ratio as a tool to recognize if a company has a high percentage of being able to pay a loan off merely by looking at their assets and liabilities.

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Outstanding Stock - Outstanding Stock is the currently held stock certificates by shareholders, including restricted shares owned by the officers and insiders of a company or corporation. It is stock certificates held by the public realm investors. Shares purchased by the corporation or company are not considered outstanding stock certificates...

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