Stock Financial Ratios and Split History
UWN / Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc. financial ratios include Market Cap, Enterprise Value, Book Value, Quick Ratio, Current Ratio, NCAV, EBITDA, Profit Margin, Operating Margin, Return on Invested Capital (ROIC), Return on Assets (ROA), Return on Equity (ROE), Piotroski F-Score, Altman Z-Score, Beneish M Score and Kaplan-Zingales KZ-Index.
|Market Cap ($M)||37.17|
|Enterprise Value ($M)||40.97|
|Book Value ($M)||34.51|
|Book Value / Share||1.92|
|Price / Book||1.23|
|NCAV / Share||-0.16|
|Price / NCAV||-15.23|
|Income Statement (mra) ($M)|
|Balance Sheet (mrq) ($M)|
|Cash & Equivalents||9.56|
|Cash / Share||0.53|
|Common Stock Shares Outstanding||17,547,665|
|Common Shares Outstanding||16,836,210|
|Weighted Average Number Of Shares Outstanding Basic||17,688,229|
|Weighted Average Number Of Diluted Shares Outstanding||17,990,524|
|Altman Z Score||N/A|
|Beneish M Score||N/A|
|Cash Conversion Cycle||N/A|
|Management Effectiveness (mra)|
|Return on Invested Capital (ROIC)||0.01|
|Return on Assets (ROA)||0.01|
|Return on Equity (ROE)||0.02|
|Identifiers and Descriptors|
|Central Index Key (CIK)||277058|
|SIC 799 - Miscellaneous Amusement And Recreation|
Stock splits are used by Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc. to keep share prices within reasonable numbers to encourage investment. If the share price of a security gets too high, a company can perform a stock split by issuing all shareholders an extra share, thereby halving the price of an individual share. If the share price gets too low, companies can do reverse splits. This is common when share prices drop below $1.00 and company's become in danger of being delisted. However, because of the cost, stock splits are not a normal business occurrence.
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