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Your Investment Guide Feb 17
One good way to analyze a company's performance is to look at the following ratios: -Earnings per share -Price to earnings -Dividend yield -Price to sales -Debt
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Your Investment Guide Feb 17
Earnings per share (Eps): Eps= net income/average outstanding shares This tells you how much of company's earnings can be allocated to each common share. The higher the eps the greater the profits of that company.
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CHAMPS Charter High School Feb 19
What is the power of an arts-based education? When students don't have access & participate in an arts education, they don't have access to 1 of 7 jobs in California. At CHAMPS, we believe arts+smarts grows & fosters our future. When our kids win, we all win.
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quirkybooksnet (AKA ACE FIBRO GIRL/ASEXUALISE) Feb 13
What A Wonderful World! Street Talent Part One
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CASHgirlshockey Feb 15
Caught the coaches playing pond hockey
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Your Investment Guide Feb 18
Price to earnings(P/E) ratio: P/E =stock price/earning per share (Eps). This is used to measure the current share price relative to its Eps. For I.e. a company that has a p/e of 10, it is trading at 10 times it earnings.
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Millennial Millionairess Feb 13
Let go of the things and the people that are no longer serving you.
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Linda Pierce Feb 21
Thank you LACC and Hollywood Foreign Press for inviting theatre students to hear Morgan Freeman speak about the craft and his career.
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Your Investment Guide Feb 20
Price-to-sales(p/s) ratio: p/s= stock price/annual net sales per share. This compares a company's stock price to its revenue. p/s is best used to compare stocks within the same indusry.
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Your Investment Guide Feb 19
Dividend yield: Dividend yield= annual dividend/ current stock price This shows how much dividends a company's pays out to its investors relative to its stock price.
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Your Investment Guide Feb 21
Debt ratio: Debt ratio= total debt/total assets. This is portion of company's assets that are financed by debt. If the debt ratio >1 then the company has more liabilities than assets. It can also mean the company is at greater financial risk.
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Chalese Adventures Feb 19
I had way too much fun playing teacher tonight at SLCC. Thanks for the experience!! Totally putting this on my page!😎😉
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Micah Reagan Morgan Feb 15
Statue2Statue is 15% off until Sunday night. Why not run the hills? 🏃‍♀️🏃Challenge yourself! Race, fun run or walk! 🔥🔥
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Bob Martir 19h
You have the potential to not only anticipate the future and invent CREATIVE initiatives, but to also inspire those around you to support and execute your VISION.
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Your Investment Guide Feb 19
Replying to @gareyDmafia
The higher the stock price the lower the yield. Mature companies with a slower growth rate tend to pay higher yields than companies that are growing quickly.
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Your Investment Guide Feb 18
Replying to @gareyDmafia
The p/e ratio can help to show if a company is overvalued or undervalued by comparing it to that of its competitors or industry average. N.b. the higher the p/e ratio does not always mean the stock is overvalued.
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Ensimbi Forge Feb 21
Saturday long run. Humid conditions not fun to run in. @ Rynfield, Benoni
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Lolita Reid Feb 20
Your passions are your safety net. Identify them and prioritize them and when life for some reason will throw you off track, remember your passions and bounce back in no time
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Millennial Millionairess Feb 19
If we don’t know and believe down to our true core that we truly can have it all and that we can accomplish anything we set our minds to - then we won’t.
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Gary Carlton Feb 14
Heading into Qualifying here in Ocala with Squadra Trackmagic powered by swedetech_racing and GFC/Rivera Racing powered by carblos_racing_engines. Good luck guys!!! . .
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