by CI Staff
Valuation metrics are quantitative valuations of companies that can be used to estimate the valuation of a security against its peers. In previous installments of Computerized Investing’s Fundamental Focus, we discussed the ubiquitous price-earnings ratio and, similarly, the price-earnings relative (these can be accessed online here). The price-earnings ratio is only one of several useful valuation metrics used to analyze stocks. In this installment of Fundamental Focus, we present several other valuation metrics in detail.
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