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What is the Difference Between P/E Ratio & price-to-book ratio?

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The dynamic price-earnings ratio refers to the ratio of the latest stock price to the earnings per share of the previous year, which is a fixed price-earnings ratio; and the dynamic price-earnings ratio refers to the ratio of the latest stock price to the earnings per share reported by the latest performance. It is also the most direct way to judge whether a stock is overvalued or…

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