At its core, P/E is the share price divided by the total earnings per share(EPS). The share price is what the going rate is for the stock on the market and EPS is the company’s net income divided by the total number of shares.
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While P/E ratio is useful for comparing companies within an industry – it can be dangerous to make assumptions based on this alone. Always consider that P/E ratio is only useful when in the right context and does not reveal much on its own.
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