In general, price multiples – P/E ratio, price-to-book-value, and so on – are used for relative value comparison, not absolute value. That is, a company’s price multiples are generally compared to those of similar companies to determine whether the company’s stock is overpriced, fairly priced, or underpriced compared to the stock of its peers. The […]
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