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Filters - Financial Strength Statistics

Entering numbers in any of these text boxes is optional, but allow you to restrict your search to companies that have a minimum (greater than) or maximum (less than) value. If you enter numbers in both fields, your search will isolate those companies within the range you've specified. To isolate companies with a statistic greater than a certain value, enter the value in the minimum text box. To isolate companies with a statistic less than a certain value, enter the value in the maximum text box. All amounts are in millions of dollars.

Market Capitalization: The total dollar value of all outstanding shares. It's computed as shares multiplied by current market price. Capitalization is a measure of corporate size.

Revenue: Total revenue from operations, less sales and excise taxes, plus income from investments and any other pre-tax income during the most recent annual period.

Net Income: This figure shows the difference between how much revenue a company received and the expenses a company incurred during the most recent annual period. Net income refers to the company's after-tax profits before extraordinary gains or extraordinary losses. Net income is also known as profit or net earnings.

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