## How do you find the per share?

**Key Takeaways**

- Earnings per share (EPS) is the portion of a company’s profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.
- EPS (for a company with preferred and common stock) = (net income – preferred dividends) ÷ average outstanding common shares.

## What is a good sales per share ratio?

A low ratio may indicate the stock is undervalued, while a ratio that is significantly above the average may suggest overvaluation. The typical 12-month period used for sales in the P/S ratio is generally **the past four quarters** (also called trailing 12 months or TTM), or the most recent or current fiscal year (FY).

## How do you calculate EPS per share?

While a stock’s P/E ratio is typically displayed next to its ticker symbol, you can also calculate it yourself quite easily, by **dividing a stock’s share price by its EPS**. For example, if Best Buy’s share price is $80, and its EPS is $8, its P/E ratio is 10 (80 divided by 8).

## What is price per share formula?

The market price per share is used to determine a company’s market capitalization, or “market cap.” To calculate it, take **the most recent share price of a company and multiply it by the total number of outstanding shares.**

## What is good EPS?

EPS is typically considered **good when a corporation’s profits outperform those of similar companies in the same sector**. … A review of Pepsico’s EPS for the 12 months ended December 31, 2018 reveals a robust EPS of $8.78, representing a 159.76 percent year-over-year increase.

## What is price/sales ratio?

The price-to-sales ratio (Price/Sales or P/S) is **calculated by taking a company’s market capitalization (the number of outstanding shares multiplied by the share price) and divide it by the company’s total sales or revenue over the past 12 months**. The lower the P/S ratio, the more attractive the investment.

## What is cash per share?

Cash per share is **the broadest measure of available cash to a business divided by the number of equity shares outstanding**.

## What is a bad PE ratio?

A negative P/E ratio means **the company has negative earnings or is losing money**. … However, companies that consistently show a negative P/E ratio are not generating sufficient profit and run the risk of bankruptcy. A negative P/E may not be reported.

## What is a good P E ratio for retail?

The current P/E ratio for the retail sector, an average of the subsectors’ ratios, is **64.65** (current as of January 2021). The average trailing P/E ratio for the retail industry in January 2021 was 22.70.