Book Value per share Growth CAGR 5y

The Book Value Per Share Compound Annual Growth Rate, or CAGR, shows how quickly a company has been growing its Book Value Per Share. It is measured as the percentage change in Book Value Per Share over a given time frame. This is measured as a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) over the past 5 years.

Stockopedia explains Book Value Growth PS

Book Value Per Share - or Net Asset Value Per Share - is a measure of shareholder's equity and is calculated as Assets Per Share less Liabilities Per Share and any Preferred Stock.

From the accounting perspective, it could be seen as the underlying value of a company, whereas the market capitalisation value is dictated by the supply and demand of shares.

However, should the company go into liquidation, the book value per share is often used as a proxy for the value remaining for common shareholders after all creditors are paid.

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The 5 highest Book Value Growth PS Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Book Value Growth PS StockRank
ASX:EX1 Exopharm 867.13 20
NSI:TCIEXP TCI Express 494.27 62
CNSX:TILT TILT Holdings Inc 431.71 82
NAQ:DMTK DermTech Inc 366.83 26
NYQ:AM Antero Midstream 342.3 60
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