Carolina Financial Balance Sheet - Quarterly (NASDAQ:CARO)

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$30.65 $0.07 (0.23%) CARO stock closing price Feb 24, 2017 (Closing)

A thorough fundamental analysis involves using data from Carolina Financial balance sheet, apart from other financial statements, to value the business. How cash on hand has increased or decreased is one of the many indicators used while undertaking the Carolina Financial stock analysis, and provides insights into the firm's financial performance. Quarterly results announcements include the release of all three financial statements, of which the balance sheet is one. Carolina Financial had a long term debt of $68.46M at the end of 2016-Q3. Carolina Financial operating cash flow was $20.14M while Carolina Financial revenue stood at $23.81M. View Carolina Financial quarterly results to get the balance sheet details for the latest & last 40 quarters data..

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Fiscal year is Jan - Dec. 2016-Q3 2016-Q2 2016-Q1 2015-Q4 2015-Q3 2015-Q2 2015-Q1 2014-Q4 2014-Q3 2014-Q2
Marketable Securities----------
Raw Materials----------
Work In Progress----------
Finished Goods----------
Notes Receivable----------
Other Current Assets----------
Carolina Financial Total Current Assets
Property Plant & Equipment----------
Accumulated Depreciation----------
Carolina Financial Net Property Plant & Equipment
Investment & Advances346.15M357.59M342.6M336.71M342.16M320.4M318.85M284.97M255.33M238.22M
Other Non-Current Assets2.84M3.27M1.09M2.37M2.74M3.27M3.16M3.23M4.23M5.65M
Deferred Charges8.28M7.89M5.99M5.27M4.9M4.89M4.27M4.71M5.74M5.7M
Deposits & Other Assets37.17M37.47M35.61M33.03M29.35M26.71M27.69M31.02M26.32M26.9M
Carolina Financial Total Assets
Notes Payable120M57.8M10.3M-------
Accounts Payable1.31B1.26B1.13B1.03B1.03B1.01B989.89M964.43M784.58M779.73M
Current Portion Long-Term Debt----------
Current Portion Capital Leases----------
Accrued Expenses12.48M8.49M5.34M7.47M7.73M8.27M5.91M11.37M4.98M5.19M
Income Taxes Payable----------
Other Current Liabilities3.96M4.25M1.69M2.15M2.65M2.17M3.03M3.32M2.08M2.54M
Carolina Financial Total Current Liabilities
Deferred Taxes/Income----------
Convertible Debt----------
Long-Term Debt68.46M68.46M98.46M103.46M68.46M55.46M56.66M61.74M56.81M69.39M
Non-Current Capital Leases----------
Other Long-Term Liabilities8.45M9.08M7.01M4.82M7.82M6.09M7.16M6.64M6.33M6.97M
Carolina Financial Total Liabilities
Minority Interest----------
Preferred Stock----------
Common Stock Net0.12M0.12M0.12M0.12M0.09M0.09M0.08M0.08M0.08M0.04M
Capital Surplus65.86M65.56M56.8M56.41M24.07M23.84M23.46M23.21M23.08M22.92M
Retained Earnings93.81M88.26M86.11M82.85M79.61M76.02M72.39M69.62M68.15M65.95M
Treasury Stock----------
Other Liabilities0.52M1.06M-0.64M0.46M0.45M0.37M1.67M0.78M0.49M0.36M
Carolina Financial Shareholders Equity
Carolina Financial Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Looking at Carolina Financial historical stock prices and the current Carolina Financial stock price can tell you how the stock price has moved, whereas the Carolina Financial PE ratio chart shows if its shares are overpriced in comparison to peers. The important things to look for in a balance sheet are:
  • Assets: An asset is a resource that a corporation like Carolina Financial owns and has economic value. The two major types of assets are: fixed assets like real estate, plant and machinery and current assets like cash, marketable securities and inventory. The total asset value for CARO stock as of quarter is $1.65B. Its easy to associate the term with manufacturing companies, which invest a lot in factories and equipment. However, the same cannot be said about tech stocks.
  • Liabilities: The total liabilities of Carolina Financial for 2016-Q3 total to $1.49B. Liabilities for a company like Carolina Financial include bank loans, services which have been availed for which a settlement in the form of cash/ asset transfer needs to be done in future etc. A firm takes on such obligations to grow its business which in turn will generate future economic benefits for its business.