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Reply Thu 2 Jul, 2020 03:19 pm
I'm looking for a stock to buy and trying to look at the debt-to-equity ratio for some candidates I have, but I find a different value for the same stock on different Web sites.

For example, and it is only one example, there is a stock called Cullen/Frost Bankers. On CNBC's Web site, the value given is 36.76%, which I take to mean .3675. On The Wall Street Journal site, the value is given as 62.22, which I take to mean .6222. On GuruFocus, it is .06. On Macrotrends it is .06, and on Stockrow it is .06.

Does anyone know why I can't get reliable numbers for debt to equity anywhere?
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neptuneblue
 
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Reply Thu 2 Jul, 2020 03:46 pm
@Brandon9000,
I don't suppose looking at their portfolio is what you're after then. Debt to equity just means how much they finance growth, not the health of the company.
roger
 
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Reply Thu 2 Jul, 2020 04:10 pm
@neptuneblue,
Sometimes
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Thu 2 Jul, 2020 04:46 pm
I'm wondering why the sites seem to disagree with each other about the debt-to-equity ratio for any one company.
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ekename
 
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Reply Thu 2 Jul, 2020 06:49 pm
@Brandon9000,
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Does anyone know why I can't get reliable numbers for debt to equity anywhere?


Yes, they appear on page 1 of the annual report on the last two lines of financial highlights.

https://www.frostbank.com/investor-relations/annual-reports
Brandon9000
 
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Reply Fri 3 Jul, 2020 11:48 pm
@ekename,
Thanks. Why do the debt-to-equity values for a company that I see online vary so much from Web site to Web site?
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