P/e ratio, Corporate Finance

P/E Ratio: When it comes to valuing stocks, the price/earnings ratio is one of the highly oldest and most frequently used metrics. It is more than a measure of a company's past performance. It also considers market expectations for the growth of a company. Future growth is already accounted for in the stock price (stock prices reflect what investors think a company will be worth). T

 

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