PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
May 20, 2022 79.00
May 19, 2022 79.50
May 18, 2022 82.00
May 17, 2022 84.50
May 16, 2022 79.75
May 13, 2022 79.75
May 12, 2022 80.75
May 11, 2022 79.75
May 10, 2022 83.00
May 09, 2022 80.75
May 06, 2022 81.75
May 05, 2022 82.75
May 04, 2022 86.00
May 03, 2022 82.50
May 02, 2022 83.00
April 29, 2022 83.75
April 28, 2022 83.75
April 27, 2022 85.25
April 26, 2022 86.50
April 25, 2022 90.00
April 22, 2022 91.25
April 21, 2022 91.25
April 20, 2022 90.50
April 19, 2022 90.75
April 18, 2022 89.75
Date Value
April 14, 2022 91.25
April 13, 2022 91.50
April 12, 2022 91.00
April 11, 2022 91.75
April 08, 2022 94.75
April 07, 2022 94.00
April 06, 2022 92.00
April 05, 2022 94.00
April 04, 2022 96.50
April 01, 2022 96.00
March 31, 2022 96.00
March 30, 2022 96.75
March 29, 2022 99.75
March 28, 2022 96.50
March 25, 2022 97.75
March 24, 2022 98.00
March 23, 2022 98.00
March 22, 2022 100.75
March 21, 2022 102.00
March 18, 2022 102.50
March 17, 2022 100.75
March 16, 2022 101.50
March 15, 2022 98.25
March 14, 2022 97.25
March 11, 2022 104.25

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

21.31
Minimum
Jan 31 2021
701.00
Maximum
Nov 05 2019
121.96
Average
61.58
Median

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