Knowing the company's Debt-to-equity ratio will help you understand the amount
of debt it holds against the numbers of hareholders.

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Knowing the company's Debt-to-equity ratio will help you understand the amount
of debt it holds against the numbers of shareholders.

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Debt-to-equity: 3 to 4 times maximum,
meaning you can't have more than $3 to $4 of debt for every dollar of equity.

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Sufficient equity: Typically a maximum Debt-to-equity ratio of 3 times for new businesses or 4 times for established businesses is acceptable;

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Debt-to-equity: No more than 3.0x to 4.0x,
meaning you can't have more than $3 to $4 of debt for every $1 of equity.

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After its third-quarter results, Vodafone Idea's long-term Debt-to-equity ratio shot up to 5.7x, making
it one the most indebted companies in the country.