PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
March 30, 2022 4.142
March 29, 2022 4.155
March 28, 2022 4.098
March 25, 2022 4.029
March 24, 2022 4.053
March 23, 2022 4.036
March 22, 2022 4.208
March 21, 2022 4.141
March 18, 2022 4.200
March 17, 2022 4.104
March 16, 2022 4.018
March 15, 2022 3.918
March 14, 2022 3.863
March 11, 2022 3.783
March 10, 2022 3.865
March 09, 2022 3.957
March 08, 2022 3.745
March 07, 2022 3.928
March 04, 2022 4.159
March 03, 2022 4.346
March 02, 2022 4.368
March 01, 2022 4.403
February 28, 2022 4.469
February 25, 2022 4.578
February 24, 2022 4.272
Date Value
February 23, 2022 4.087
February 22, 2022 4.161
February 18, 2022 4.168
February 17, 2022 4.200
February 16, 2022 4.374
February 15, 2022 4.410
February 14, 2022 4.433
February 11, 2022 4.496
February 10, 2022 4.463
February 09, 2022 4.549
February 08, 2022 4.409
February 07, 2022 4.462
February 04, 2022 4.474
February 03, 2022 4.447
February 02, 2022 4.418
February 01, 2022 4.354
January 31, 2022 4.282
January 28, 2022 4.234
January 27, 2022 4.031
January 26, 2022 4.084
January 25, 2022 4.105
January 24, 2022 4.169
January 21, 2022 4.181
January 20, 2022 4.194
January 19, 2022 4.272

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

3.215
Minimum
Oct 13 2021
31.08
Maximum
Dec 06 2019
9.458
Average
6.161
Median
Mar 17 2020

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