Bank of South Carolina PS Ratio (Forward)
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About Forward PS Ratio
Forward Price to Sales Ratio is the current stock price over the predicted sales per share. While similar to the price to sales ratio, this is a forward looking estimate of a company's sales.
A forward P/S ratio that is higher than the current P/S ratio means that that sales are expected to decrease at the next period. If you think of P/S Ratio as "how much am I paying for each dollar of sales?" a forward P/S ratio can be thought of as "is my current P/S Ratio justified if sales will change drastically?"
Let's say you purchase a company with a P/S Ratio of 10. Intuitively, this means that for each dollar of sales, you're paying ten dollars for that stake. If the Forward P/S Ratio is 15, this could mean that sales are expected to significantly drop and you could be hypothetically paying 15 dollars per dollar of shares instead of 10!
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BKSC PS Ratio (Forward) Excel Add-In Codes
- Metric Code: forward_ps_ratio
- Latest data point: =YCP("BKSC", "forward_ps_ratio")
- Last 5 data points: =YCS("BKSC", "forward_ps_ratio", -4)
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