The Wall Street Challenger, LLC introduces the Monetary-Adjusted Price-Earnings ratio
(MAPE); it improves Shiller's CAPE accuracy in signaling market tops or bottoms as a result of expected monetary policy effects.
In the reference index for ETFs with the factor value, companies are selected on the basis of three parameters: the price-earnings ratio
, price-to-book ratio, and the ratio of company value to operating income (cash flow).
A less than generous a price-earnings ratio
of between nine and 12.
Dubai is still the best performing market globally on a one-year basis; its price-earnings ratio
valuations are in line with the GCC's and cheaper than for most global and emerging markets.
He said LinkedIn is caught up in the social media frenzy and that its stock trades at a price-earnings ratio
The price-earnings ratio
of S&P 500 companies, a measure of how much investors are willing to pay for a stock in relation to its earnings, has climbed to 14.
RHI's estimated price-earnings ratio
for 2013 and 2014 is about seven.
Notwithstanding two production/profits warnings on account of issues associated with the processing of transitional ore and the discovery of an organised fuel theft syndicate (both at Buzwagi), ABG's actual FY10 price-earnings ratio
With an average price-earnings ratio
of six, Ghalibaf Asl said Iranian stocks are attractive to investors inside and outside the country -- even if Iran faces major geopolitical uncertainties and the constant risk of more sanctions.
08 in after-tax earnings per share last year, with chairman Douglas Hsu saying investing in the firm is promising with 10-time price-earnings ratio
The study tests the reliability of one of the most widely used measures of risk, beta (B), during such negative price swings and tests the predictive power of price-earnings ratio
as an alternative to beta in measuring risk.
The association said that the price should be EUR 50 per share, which corresponds to a price-earnings ratio
(PER) of 11.