PE Ratio PE Ratio This is a ratio arrived at by dividing the current market price of a stock by its latest annual or annualized earnings per share.
Here we have taken the TTM trailing twelve months adjusted earnings per share. All other things being equal, higher the dividend yield of the stock, the better it is for investors. The book value itself is arrived at by dividing the net worth of a company by the total number of shares outstanding of the company at that time.
Face Value Face Value Face value of a stock is the value ascribed to the stock as per the balance sheet of the company. The dividend declared by a company is usually declared as a percentage of face value.
On dividing this value with the total number of shares outstanding for the company, we can arrive at book value per share. Book value is also known as Net Asset Value of a company.
Higher the market capitalization of a company, higher the rank it is assigned. It is also the 1 year high and low of the security.
This represents the highest and lowest price touched by the security during the past 52 weeks or 1 year including today.