Greetings everyone. Not being great at math I'd like to use the Pegulator, but I'm a bit confused. After plugging in the forward estimate, TTM earnings, # of quarters and current price is the number that pops into the PEG window the annualized growth rate, (which I thought PEG meant), or is this the result of dividing that rate into the P/E; the so-called fools ratio. Many thanks in advance.
Drake:PEG = Price to Earnings to Growth = Fool RatioFrom TMF's Fool School:"The short explanation -- The Fool Ratio compares the P/E ratio of a stock with its estimated future growth." RR
Take the Consensus estimate, the trailing twelve months, and the number of quarters from their last quarterly report until their next annual report. In addition, you will need the current price of the stock. Plug this information in in the columns and you will get a number out which reflects whether or not the stock is trading at its fair value, above its fair value, or below its fair value.
My question has to do with finding the TTM and the Estimates on the CAPS quotes. The article on the PEGulator does not provide a good instruction set now that the quotes have an updated format. Please help I think I have it correctly but I want to be sure.
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