Earnings to Total Assets = retained earnings /
This ratio indicates the extent to which assets have
been paid for by company profits.
A retained earnings to total assets ratio near 1:1
(100%) indicates that growth has been financed through
profits, not increased debt.
A low ratio indicates that growth may not be
sustainable as it is financed from increasing debt,
instead of reinvesting profits.
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