Glossary


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Warrant

An option to buy a security, usually a common stock, at a set price (exercise price) over an established number of years. A warrant has no claim on either the equity or the profits of a company.

Warrants

The number of shares of warrants to buy at a specified price through a specific period, as stated in the Capital Structure box

Watchlist

A Watchlist is a group of stocks that you have chosen to evaluate next to one another. A Watchlist can be created from within the Find Ideas and Browse Research tabs. Your subscription level dictates how many Watchlists you can create.


Weekly Price Performance Ratio For Timeliness Rank 1

Price return, excluding dividends, calculated weekly for the group of stocks ranked 1 for Timeliness by Value Line

Weekly Price Performance Ratio For Timeliness Rank 2

Price return, excluding dividends, calculated weekly for the group of stocks ranked 2 for Timeliness by Value Line

Weekly Price Performance Ratio For Timeliness Rank 3

Price return, excluding dividends, calculated weekly for the group of stocks ranked 3 for Timeliness by Value Line

Weekly Price Performance Ratio For Timeliness Rank 4

Price return, excluding dividends, calculated weekly for the group of stocks ranked 4 for Timeliness by Value Line

Weekly Price Performance Ratio For Timeliness Rank 5

Price return, excluding dividends, calculated weekly for the group of stocks ranked 5 for Timeliness by Value Line

Working Capital

Working capital

Working Capital to Revenues

The ratio of working capital to total revenues

Writedown

A company's recognition of a reduction in value of an asset. The decline in value is charged against income in the period that the writedown is taken.