PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
March 30, 2023 1.550
March 29, 2023 1.533
March 28, 2023 1.501
March 27, 2023 1.531
March 24, 2023 1.519
March 23, 2023 1.501
March 22, 2023 1.489
March 21, 2023 1.499
March 20, 2023 1.443
March 17, 2023 1.425
March 16, 2023 1.443
March 15, 2023 1.441
March 14, 2023 1.468
March 13, 2023 1.457
March 10, 2023 1.470
March 09, 2023 1.520
March 08, 2023 1.558
March 07, 2023 1.567
March 06, 2023 1.587
March 03, 2023 1.614
March 02, 2023 1.596
March 01, 2023 1.577
February 28, 2023 1.583
February 27, 2023 1.596
February 24, 2023 1.583
Date Value
February 23, 2023 1.586
February 22, 2023 1.600
February 21, 2023 1.623
February 17, 2023 1.676
February 16, 2023 1.673
February 15, 2023 1.688
February 14, 2023 1.641
February 13, 2023 1.627
February 10, 2023 1.616
February 09, 2023 1.657
February 08, 2023 2.028
February 07, 2023 2.092
February 06, 2023 2.064
February 03, 2023 2.103
February 02, 2023 2.161
February 01, 2023 2.098
January 31, 2023 2.017
January 30, 2023 1.982
January 27, 2023 2.053
January 26, 2023 2.035
January 25, 2023 2.018
January 24, 2023 2.052
January 23, 2023 2.060
January 20, 2023 2.011
January 19, 2023 2.040

Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) Definition

The Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) is calculated by taking the stock price / EPS Diluted (TTM). This metric is considered a valuation metric that confirms whether the earnings of a company justifies the stock price. There isn't necesarily an optimum PE ratio, since different industries will have different ranges of PE Ratios. Because of this, PE Ratio is great to evaluate from a relative standpoint with other similar companies.

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PE Ratio Range, Past 5 Years

1.357
Minimum
Oct 11 2022
86.60
Maximum
Feb 12 2021
34.72
Average
18.90
Median
Mar 15 2019

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