PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
December 07, 2023 7.072
December 06, 2023 6.987
December 05, 2023 6.928
December 04, 2023 6.994
December 01, 2023 6.915
November 30, 2023 6.706
November 29, 2023 6.922
November 28, 2023 6.778
November 27, 2023 6.758
November 24, 2023 6.797
November 22, 2023 6.706
November 21, 2023 6.660
November 20, 2023 6.758
November 17, 2023 6.712
November 16, 2023 6.640
November 15, 2023 6.843
November 14, 2023 6.797
November 13, 2023 6.418
November 10, 2023 6.444
November 09, 2023 6.340
November 08, 2023 6.569
November 07, 2023 6.647
November 06, 2023 6.739
November 03, 2023 6.902
November 02, 2023 6.628
Date Value
November 01, 2023 6.477
October 31, 2023 6.372
October 30, 2023 6.386
October 27, 2023 6.510
October 26, 2023 7.418
October 25, 2023 7.542
October 24, 2023 7.444
October 23, 2023 7.503
October 20, 2023 7.608
October 19, 2023 7.536
October 18, 2023 7.680
October 17, 2023 7.869
October 16, 2023 7.797
October 13, 2023 7.719
October 12, 2023 7.843
October 11, 2023 8.006
October 10, 2023 7.974
October 09, 2023 7.889
October 06, 2023 7.843
October 05, 2023 7.778
October 04, 2023 7.837
October 03, 2023 7.889
October 02, 2023 8.046
September 30, 2023 8.118
September 29, 2023 12.18

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

3.537
Minimum
Mar 14 2022
471.00
Maximum
Jan 02 2020
36.34
Average
12.62
Median
Apr 27 2021

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