PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
September 30, 2022 3.604
September 29, 2022 3.599
September 28, 2022 3.723
September 27, 2022 3.725
September 26, 2022 3.648
September 23, 2022 3.768
September 22, 2022 3.789
September 21, 2022 3.833
September 20, 2022 3.953
September 19, 2022 3.898
September 16, 2022 4.198
September 15, 2022 4.141
September 14, 2022 4.249
September 13, 2022 4.002
September 12, 2022 4.277
September 09, 2022 4.336
September 08, 2022 4.306
September 07, 2022 4.112
September 06, 2022 3.965
September 02, 2022 4.223
September 01, 2022 4.235
August 31, 2022 4.031
August 30, 2022 4.143
August 29, 2022 4.184
August 26, 2022 4.166
Date Value
August 25, 2022 4.330
August 24, 2022 4.311
August 23, 2022 4.382
August 22, 2022 4.342
August 19, 2022 4.453
August 18, 2022 4.572
August 17, 2022 4.816
August 16, 2022 5.119
August 15, 2022 5.388
August 12, 2022 5.217
August 11, 2022 5.236
August 10, 2022 5.312
August 09, 2022 5.216
August 08, 2022 5.576
August 05, 2022 5.695
August 04, 2022 5.918
August 03, 2022 5.684
August 02, 2022 4.901
August 01, 2022 4.923
July 29, 2022 5.001
July 28, 2022 4.818
July 27, 2022 4.816
July 26, 2022 4.904
July 25, 2022 5.05
July 22, 2022 4.984

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

3.442
Minimum
Jun 13 2022
187.57
Maximum
Jun 29 2021
36.68
Average
13.94
Median

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