Price to Sales Ratio TTM
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The Price to Sales Ratio, or PS Ratio, is a popular valuation ratio. It is the share price of a company divided by its sales per share. This is measured on a TTM basis and earnings are diluted and normalised.

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Some argue that, since sales figures are less easy to manipulate than either earnings or book value, the price-to-sales ratio is a more reliable indicator of company value.

When EPS are negative or depressed temporarily the Price to Sales ratio can be a more useful indicator than the PE Ratio, and a low P/S can indicate a higher profit potential if the stock recovers. Some commentators have called it 'The King of the Value Factors' and look for P/S ratios of significantly less than 1.

It should be noted that the P/S ratio was abused during the dot com years to promote companies with no earnings or profits.

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

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The 5 lowest P / S Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name P / S StockRank
ASX:HFR Highfield Resources -643723.26 90
CNSX:ACDC Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies -145714.93 48
LON:JAY Bluejay Mining -81061.66 22
ASX:WWI West Wits Mining -14593.86 47
LON:FSFL Foresight Solar Fund -2170.35 77
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