PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
January 31, 2023 8.780
January 30, 2023 8.684
January 27, 2023 8.906
January 26, 2023 8.980
January 25, 2023 8.672
January 24, 2023 8.560
January 23, 2023 8.655
January 20, 2023 8.775
January 19, 2023 8.620
January 18, 2023 8.541
January 17, 2023 8.663
January 13, 2023 8.751
January 12, 2023 8.657
January 11, 2023 8.519
January 10, 2023 8.507
January 09, 2023 8.455
January 06, 2023 8.518
January 05, 2023 8.413
January 04, 2023 8.166
January 03, 2023 8.150
December 30, 2022 8.501
December 29, 2022 8.385
December 28, 2022 8.308
December 27, 2022 8.535
December 23, 2022 8.433
Date Value
December 22, 2022 8.134
December 21, 2022 8.378
December 20, 2022 8.116
December 19, 2022 7.957
December 16, 2022 7.957
December 15, 2022 8.109
December 14, 2022 8.132
December 13, 2022 8.171
December 12, 2022 8.053
December 09, 2022 7.926
December 08, 2022 8.112
December 07, 2022 8.277
December 06, 2022 8.329
December 05, 2022 8.600
December 02, 2022 8.803
December 01, 2022 8.866
November 30, 2022 8.898
November 29, 2022 8.952
November 28, 2022 8.922
November 25, 2022 9.136
November 23, 2022 9.131
November 22, 2022 9.365
November 21, 2022 9.041
November 18, 2022 9.264
November 17, 2022 9.452

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

3.548
Minimum
Mar 18 2020
58.66
Maximum
Sep 29 2021
14.95
Average
11.94
Median

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