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Price/Earnings Growth Ratio

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A common stock analysis statistic in which the current price of a stock is divided by the current (or sometimes the projected) earnings per share of the issuing firm. As a rule, a relatively high price-earnings ratio is an indication that investors believe the firm's earnings are likely to grow. Price-earnings ratios vary significantly among companies, among industries, and over time. One of the important influences on this ratio is long-term interest rates. In general, relatively high rates result in low price-earnings ratios; low interest rates result in high price-earnings ratios. Also called earnings multiple , market ...
ratio) is a valuation metric for determining the relative trade-off between the price of a stock, the earnings generated per share ( EPS ), and the company's expected growth. In general, the P/E ratio is higher for a company with a higher growth rate. Thus using just the P/E ratio would make high-growth companies appear overvalued relative to others. It is assumed that by dividing the P/E ratio by the earnings growth rate, the resulting ratio is better for comparing companies with different growth rates. The PEG ratio is considered to be a convenient approximation. It was popularized by Peter Lynch , who wrote in "One ...
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ON THE FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FIRMS THAT EXPERIENCED
the firm, the price-earnings-growth ratio, the ratio of market value to book value, institutional investor buying, and finally the level of financial ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
T. Rowe Price Growth Stock Fund
Price/Earnings Ratio (Forward). 19.19x. 15.05x. Price/Book Ratio. 3.29x. 2.64x. Dividend Yield. 0.40%. NA. 3-Year Earnings Growth Rate ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Price Earnings Ratio: Definition
For a High Growth Firm. ‚óŹ The price-earnings ratio for a high growth firm can also be related to fundamentals. In the special case of the two-stage ...
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  1. profile image annieholden1 Price/Earnings Growth Ratio - Yahoo Finance: AS WE'VE NOTED frequently, stocks with strong growth rates tend to ... http://twurl.nl/37rdvn
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What does EPS tell us about a company.? - Yahoo! Answers
What is the importance of the number of outstanding shares? Both companies had the same net earnings-so why does it matter how many shares of stock they have outstanding? Finally, how does this effect the stocks price? Is it simply because when this number is released that people arrive at an opinion of the company, which leads to the prices going up or down? Or is the actual price of a company partially dependent on the EPS? I'm trying to be as clear as I can with my question, if any clarity is needed, I will leave it as a follow up. Thanks again. The number of shares outstanding is important because stock prices are ...
How do you calculate Price /Earnings/Growth (P/E/G) Ratio? - Yahoo ...
Sorry, can't do it with Ford -- they have negative earnings, so the P/E ratio is meaningless. However, using IBM as an example, just go to the "Analyst Estimates" page under Yahoo! Finance and they have the PEG ratio as well as the items needed to compute it: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ae?s=ibm Towards the bottom of the page, you'll find the PEG ratio: "PEG Ratio (avg. for comparison categories)" You'll also find it's components just above that line: "Price/Earnings (avg. for comparison categories)" "Next 5 Years (per annum)" In the case of IBM: -- P/E = 15.3 -- Next 5 year growth rate = 10% ...