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What is Earnings per share – EPS?

Nirali

We often hear experts saying, “buy and hold companies which are showing earnings growth.” Or “Buy stocks which have been driven by earnings”. Earnings of a company mean nothing but the net profit after taxes and minority interest and EPS means Earnings per share available to the equity share holders of the company for each… Continue reading What is Earnings per share – EPS?

Analysing Nifty 50 PE Ratio – Nifty PE Ratio Chart, Price to Book & Dividend Yield

Deepika Khude

Nifty 50 Price to Earnings (PE) ratio helps you understand the real value of the stock market. Is the market overvalued? Should you book your profits in the market? Or is it undervalued and a great buying opportunity? Nifty 50 PE ratio is the amount paid by investors to earn one rupee of earnings in… Continue reading Analysing Nifty 50 PE Ratio – Nifty PE Ratio Chart, Price to Book & Dividend Yield

How to Use Sensex PE Ratio to Master the Stock Market – A Guide to Sensex PE

Deepika Khude

Sensex PE Ratio is the holy grail for investors worldwide. It helps them decide whether the market is undervalued, overvalued or fairly priced. After all, that’s the secret of making money in the market, isn’t it? You buy when others are greedy and sell when they are fearful. So, let me ask you…’What did you… Continue reading How to Use Sensex PE Ratio to Master the Stock Market – A Guide to Sensex PE

How to Analyse Stocks Using Return on Assets (ROA)

Deepika Khude

Return on Assets (ROA) is a type of profitability ratio that measures the returns generated by a company on its assets. It shows how profitable a company is relative to its assets. For example: The ROA of Reliance Industries is 5.14%. This means that the company generates Rs 5.14 for every Rs 100 in assets.… Continue reading How to Analyse Stocks Using Return on Assets (ROA)

How to Use Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) to Select Superior Stocks?

Deepika Khude

Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) is a type of profitability ratio used in analysing stocks. It analyses how much return a company generates for its investors. But wait… isn’t that what Return on Equity (ROE) tells you? No. This is the main difference between ROE and ROCE. As we know, there are two types of… Continue reading How to Use Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) to Select Superior Stocks?

How to Use Price to Book Value (PB Ratio) for Stock Analysis?

Deepika Khude

Warren Buffett is the sixth richest man in the world. His net worth is a whopping US $100.6 Billion! That’s roughly Rs 74,27,85,13,00,000. Do you know what’s more shocking? It’s that a majority of this net worth is from the stock markets. One would think he has a magic stone or a genie in a… Continue reading How to Use Price to Book Value (PB Ratio) for Stock Analysis?

What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Formula, Meaning and Analysis

Deepika Khude

What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Why do you invest in stocks? To make money, right? But wouldn’t you agree that there’s an equal chance that you can also lose money? After all, there is no mathematical formula to decide which stock will make money and which will not. It is impossible to predict the future… Continue reading What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Formula, Meaning and Analysis

What is ROE (Return on Equity)? – ROE and DuPont Model

Deepika Khude

What do you look at while analysing a company? Do you invest in a company because of its sea facing office? Or because the CEO drives luxury cars? I believe the answer is a loud No! Return on Equity (ROE) is the first thing an investor must look at while analysing a company. It is… Continue reading What is ROE (Return on Equity)? – ROE and DuPont Model

Debt to Equity Ratio – Meaning, Formula & How to Use Debt to Equity Ratio to Analyse Stocks

Deepika Khude

Debt to Equity ratio (DE) is a popular leverage ratio. It is used by both investors and creditors to determine the financial strength of a company. A company raises capital in two ways – Debt Financing Equity Financing Debt financing is taking loan from a creditor in exchange for fixed interest payments. Equity financing is… Continue reading Debt to Equity Ratio – Meaning, Formula & How to Use Debt to Equity Ratio to Analyse Stocks

What is PE Ratio? Meaning, Formula, Types & NIFTY PE Analysis

Deepika Khude

Price to Earnings ratio or simply PE ratio is one of the most popular financial ratios used by investors to determine a stock’s fair value.  This is done by comparing a stock’s market price to its earnings. When you buy a stock, you earn the right to a company’s future earnings and profits. But how… Continue reading What is PE Ratio? Meaning, Formula, Types & NIFTY PE Analysis

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