How to Calculate the PE of a Stock?

Answer The price-to-earnings -- P/E -- ratio is a widely used stock valuation measurement. The P/E can be used to compare different stocks with widely different stock prices. A $100 dollar stock with a P/... Read More »

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How do I calculate EPS stock split?

Normal Earnings Per Share CalculationSubtract any preferred dividends from net income. Then divide the difference by the weighted average number of outstanding common shares for the year. For examp... Read More »

How to Calculate Stock Turns?

Stock turnover is a measure of operational efficiency. Specifically, it tells the analyst how many times stock or inventory is being sold and purchased over a given time period. It is calculated in... Read More »

How to Calculate Safety Stock?

Safety stock is a term that is used to describe the amount of inventory or stock that is kept on hand in order to reduce the chance of a temporary shortfall of materials from taking place. Also kno... Read More »

How to Calculate Stock Dilution?

Stock dilution, also sometimes referred to as equity dilution, refers to what happens when a company decides to issue more stock to new investors. When the "float" (the amount of shares on the mark... Read More »