I’m fascinated with looking at data in new ways. When a company releases its financial statements, the numbers you see don’t really mean much without context to other companies. If what a company’s capital reserve is 20% of its market cap, is that a lot or is it normal?
I tried this method of ranking with Chinese stocks. The result is here:
It looks like it can be a very useful tool. For example, if the capital reserve question earlier has you wondering which companies proportionally have the highest and lowest capital reserve, it’s right here: