Continuing with the theme of analyzing stocks traded in the US market, the below lollipop chart shows the distribution of three financial ratios (ROA, ROE and ROI) for 10 companies in the S&P 500.

The snippet of code used to generate this chart is:

p <-
  ggplot(head(d_financials_snp,20)) +
  geom_segment( aes(x=ticker, xend=ticker, y=ROA, yend=ROI), color="grey") +
  geom_segment( aes(x=ticker, xend=ticker, y=ROE, yend=ROI), color="grey") +
  geom_segment( aes(x=ticker, xend=ticker, y=ROA, yend=ROE), color="grey") +
  geom_point( aes(x=ticker, y=ROA), color=pal[1], size=6 ) +
  geom_point( aes(x=ticker, y=ROE), color=pal[2], size=6 ) +
  geom_point( aes(x=ticker, y=ROI), color=pal[3], size=6 ) +
  coord_flip()+
  theme_ipsum() +
  theme(
    legend.position = "none",
  ) +
  xlab("") +
  ylab("Financial Ratios (%)") +
  labs(
    title = "<span style='color:#F1BB7B'>**ROA**</span>&nbsp;<span style='color:#FD6467'>**ROI**</span>&nbsp;<span style='color:#5B1A18'>**ROE**</span>"
  ) +
  theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle = 90)) + 
  theme(
    plot.title = element_markdown(lineheight = 1.1),
    legend.text = element_markdown(size = 11)
  )

ggsave("./outputs/lollipop-chart-of-stock-returns.png", width=16, height=9)