Normalised Earnings per Share

The Normalised Earnings per Share, or NEPS figure indicates the earnings per-share a business would have generated if all stock options and other sources of dilution that were currently exercisable are taken into account. This is measured on a TTM basis and earnings are diluted and normalised.

Stockopedia explains EPS

Earnings Per Share are the amount of accounting profits per share. After all costs have been taken into account, including taxes and non cash items such as Depreciation and Amortisation, you are left with Net Income, or Earnings.

When you divide this amount by the Number of Shares Outstanding, you are left with the amount of Earnings Per Share. It is an important figure for many investors as it tells you how much the company is earning in profit for each share you own.

Looking at this figure on a ‘Per Share’ basis makes taking into account the effects of additional shares issued easy.

This is measured on a TTM basis and earnings are diluted and normalised.

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The 5 highest EPS Stocks in the Market

TickerNameEPSStockRank™
LON:AIGAWisdomtree Commodity Securities6000.000
LON:BGEOBank of Georgia32.8183
LON:TBCGTBC Bank21.3073
LON:LTILindsell Train Investment Trust20.980
LON:DECDiversified Energy16.7953