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1. We had an extraordinarily high price-to-earnings ratio representing a lot of optimism in the '20s for the stock market and then it corrected and went abruptly downward-- that was The Great Depression.
2. One can measure a company by its price-to-earnings ratio, its rate of dividends, its management competence, and its history.
3. Emerging equities' 12-month forward price-to-earnings ratio of 9.6 times and trailing price-to-book of 1.76 times have reached trough levels from the 2004 cycle, the bank said in a client note.
4. With stocks, you can look at the price-to-earnings ratio and the dividend yield and reach some conclusions about likely returns.
5. BHP is trading at a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 9.77 times, while Potash Corp. is trading at 27.2 times.
6. He, too, prefers the 10-year price-to-earnings ratio, he said, but he didn't think that it necessarily had to fall to the same bargain-basement levels it reached in the 1930s and 1970s.
7. The average price-to-earnings ratio on current year forecasts for luxury stocks now hovers around 16 to 18 times against 10 to 13 last year.
8. We had a similar, even higher price-to-earnings ratio of about forty-six at the peak in 2000 and it corrected way down.
9. From that, Morningstar calculates what it calls a fair value estimate of $720 a share on a price-to-earnings ratio of 24 times 2011 earnings.
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10. Again, a cooling period is necessary to at least give the "e" time to close the gap on the "p" in the price-to-earnings ratio.
11. YAZG.SI), the other large Chinese shipbuilder listed on the Singapore Exchange, commands a price-to-earnings ratio of around 12 times.
12. The second is the price-to-rent ratio, which is a bit like the price-to-earnings ratio used to value companies.
13. Over the long run, by his measure, stocks trade at an average of about 16 times annual corporate profits -- that is, their price-to-earnings ratio, or P/E ratio, is about 16.
14. The company will need to substantially increase its earnings to justify its high price-to-earnings ratio, or the stock price will drop.
15. The indicative price will give the Chinese shipbuilder a price-to-earnings ratio of 7 to 8.5 times 2010 estimated earnings, one source said.
16. They are often overlooked by investors seeking fast profits, but not by value investors looking for bargain-priced stocks with a low price-to-earnings ratio.
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