Diluted EPS (Normalised), 10 Year CAGR (Graham - 3 Yr Avg)

What is the definition of Graham EPS 10y CAGR % (3y Avg)?

This figure represents the 10 year CAGR (or compound annual growth rate) of the company's diluted EPS (earnings per share) on a Graham basis - this means the growth between the average of years 10/9/8 and years 3/2/1, i.e the oldest 3 year average and the latest 3 year average.


Stockopedia explains Graham EPS 10y CAGR % (3y Avg)...

This averaging approach helps to smooth out earnings which are quite volatile in most cases.

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