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Leverage = Total Asset / Total Equity = DFL = DOL = DTL?

Does “Leverage” at FRA which equals Total Asset / Total Equity is the same as DFL? or DOL or DTL?

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It’s none of those.

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It’s quite confusing because Total Assets/Total Equity is sometime referred to as “financial leverage.” But it is different to DFL.  

Zarathustra22 wrote:
It’s quite confusing because Total Assets/Total Equity is sometime referred to as “financial leverage.” But it is different to DFL.

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Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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Oh i see, thanks!