Price to Research Ratio TTM

The Price to Research Ratio, or PR Ratio, is used to value a company against the amount it spends on R&D. It is calculated as Market Capitalisation divided by R&D Expenditure. This is measured on a TTM basis and the uses diluted shares outstanding.

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The Price to Research ratio is of most importance in research based businesses, such as pharmaceutical companies and can be useful for identifying research-led businesses that are investing significantly in development.

However, a large amount of spending on R&D does not necessarily mean future profits are assured.

This is measured on a TTM basis and uses diluted shares outstanding.

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The 5 lowest P / R Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name P / R StockRank
NYQ:ESTE Earthstone Energy Inc -246864.45 54
ASX:CMM Capricorn Metals -36511.84 44
ASX:LEX Lefroy Exploration -11420.97 28
EPA:LFDE La Francaise de l Energie SA -3711.81 24
IST:ULUSE Ulusoy Elektrik Imalat Taahhut ve Ticaret AS -3040.94 62
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