P/E Ratio Basics




The price-to-earnings, or P/E, ratio compares a stock’s price to its annual earnings per share, or EPS. It measures how much an …


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  1. Are you aware of the changes in market volume are you aware of the changes in the p ratio in certain stocks do you know what higher ratios mean or what low p ratios mean what indicators does this mean if you're paying racist going up is that a bad or good thing is when it's a low key ratio should you buy or not by you see this is not a yes or no answer hopefully if you truly understand PE ratios there is no real correct answer we sometimes buy high PE ratios knowing that should be lower but it still turns out to be a stock that makes huge gains sometimes we buy low fee ratios and those change to higher p ratios and we make huge gains so is there anything in concrete about yes or no or maybe on this no what it is these are fluctuations in your pee and what does that mean and so this is where the volume what's that mean when volume goes up and down drastically on your particular stock or sector how does that affect you what is low volume mean to you what's super high

  2. Management, product and brands, innovation and most importantly is the company operating ethically are also key measures as well. Cash flow statements and footnotes and annual reports to Sec are just as important. Great videos. 👍

  3. Does the lower half of P/E ratio stocks outperform the upper half of P/E ratio stocks, given their cheapness for buying last year's earnings? Or are they cheaper than the average market P/E ratio generally because the growth of their earnings next year is projected to be worse than the upper half of P/E ratio stocks, except for rare exceptions, where the stock market keyword: inappropiately hammered their stock price making them a true bargain? Also, how good are earnings growth projections? Does the stock market get earnings suprises often, or can people pretty much tell where a company's earnings is headed, giving other ratios like the PEG ratio statistical validity?

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