PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
April 01, 2022 3.135
March 31, 2022 3.078
March 30, 2022 3.052
March 29, 2022 3.182
March 28, 2022 3.276
March 25, 2022 3.349
March 24, 2022 3.406
March 23, 2022 3.323
March 22, 2022 3.443
March 21, 2022 3.406
March 18, 2022 3.432
March 17, 2022 3.280
March 16, 2022 3.609
March 15, 2022 3.318
March 14, 2022 3.432
March 11, 2022 3.328
March 10, 2022 3.380
March 09, 2022 3.370
March 08, 2022 3.359
March 07, 2022 3.281
March 04, 2022 3.255
March 03, 2022 3.448
March 02, 2022 3.573
March 01, 2022 3.484
February 28, 2022 3.588
Date Value
February 25, 2022 3.385
February 24, 2022 3.052
February 23, 2022 3.068
February 22, 2022 2.849
February 18, 2022 2.844
February 17, 2022 2.891
February 16, 2022 2.812
February 15, 2022 2.766
February 14, 2022 2.604
February 11, 2022 2.604
February 10, 2022 2.703
February 09, 2022 2.630
February 08, 2022 2.656
February 07, 2022 2.672
February 04, 2022 2.792
February 03, 2022 2.625
February 02, 2022 2.734
February 01, 2022 2.838
January 31, 2022 2.917
January 28, 2022 3.010
January 27, 2022 2.964
January 26, 2022 2.901
January 25, 2022 3.151
January 24, 2022 3.302
January 21, 2022 3.490

Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) Definition

The Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) is calculated by taking the stock price / EPS (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

1.48
Minimum
Nov 02 2020
36.56
Maximum
Nov 10 2017
5.070
Average
3.960
Median

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