PS Ratio Chart

Historical PS Ratio Data

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Date Value
May 26, 2022 4.126
May 25, 2022 4.075
May 24, 2022 4.043
May 23, 2022 4.060
May 20, 2022 4.089
May 19, 2022 4.097
May 18, 2022 4.065
May 17, 2022 4.154
May 16, 2022 3.995
May 13, 2022 4.071
May 12, 2022 3.932
May 11, 2022 3.853
May 10, 2022 3.917
May 09, 2022 3.987
May 06, 2022 4.013
May 05, 2022 4.001
May 04, 2022 4.164
May 03, 2022 4.067
May 02, 2022 4.035
April 29, 2022 4.023
April 28, 2022 4.138
April 27, 2022 4.057
April 26, 2022 4.064
April 25, 2022 4.187
April 22, 2022 4.058
Date Value
April 21, 2022 3.92
April 20, 2022 3.942
April 19, 2022 3.866
April 18, 2022 3.769
April 14, 2022 3.782
April 13, 2022 3.784
April 12, 2022 3.782
April 11, 2022 3.801
April 08, 2022 3.762
April 07, 2022 3.765
April 06, 2022 3.838
April 05, 2022 3.868
April 04, 2022 3.979
April 01, 2022 4.027
March 31, 2022 3.998
March 30, 2022 4.051
March 29, 2022 4.094
March 28, 2022 3.971
March 25, 2022 3.959
March 24, 2022 3.956
March 23, 2022 3.905
March 22, 2022 4.03
March 21, 2022 3.983
March 18, 2022 4.058
March 17, 2022 3.985

Price to Sales Ratio Definition

The Price to Sales Ratio (PS Ratio) is calculated by taking the stock price / revenue per share (ttm). This metric is considered a valuation metric that confirms whether the sales of a company justifies the stock price. There isn't necesarily an optimum PS ratio, since different industries will have different ranges of PS Ratios. Because of this, PS Ratio is great to evaluate from a relative standpoint with other similar companies. PS Ratio might also be a handy metric for companies that are not profitable yet, since they might be valued moreso by their overall sales and potential of becoming profitable in the future.

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PS Ratio Range, Past 5 Years

2.752
Minimum
Mar 23 2020
5.415
Maximum
Jan 12 2021
3.852
Average
3.787
Median
Jun 08 2020

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