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The Uselessness of PSR
(Price to Sales Ratio)

Price-to-Sales Ratio (from Investopedia)

A technique for valuing a stock relative to its
own past performance, other companies, or the
market itself. It is calculated by dividing a stock's
current price by its revenue per share.
Also known as "PSR."

Wall street Journals definition:
Price-to-Sales Ratio: A stock's latest closing
price divided by revenue per share
with the results expressed as a ratio.

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