The Price/Earnings to Growth Ratio (PEG Ratio) is used to determine a company’s value relative to its expected growth.
The PEG ratio can be calculated by dividing a company’s P/E by its annual earnings per share growth. A lower PEG ratio may indicate that a company is undervalued relative to its expected growth, and a general rule of thumb is that a PEG ratio below 1 is favorable.
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EBIDA is one of the family of earnings metrics which give the analyst, investor, or accountant an opportunity to view...
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ABI is an indication of the size of market movement, regardless of direction