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This valuation method assumes that the stock valuation will revert to its historical mean in terms of Price/Sales Ratio. The reason we use P/S Ratio instead of P/E Ratio or P/B Ratio is because Price/Sales Ratio is independent of profit margin, and can be applied to a broader range of situations.
Median P/S Value is calculated as trailing twelve months (TTM) revenue per share times 10-Year median P/S ratio. 's revenue per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ended in . 20 was $. 's 10-Year median P/S ratio is . Therefore, the Median P/S Value for today is $0.00.
As of today, 's share price is $. 's median P/S value is $0.00. Therefore, 's Price to Median P/S Value Ratio for today is 0.00.
During the past 0 years, the highest Price to Median P/S Value Ratio of was . The lowest was . And the median was .
's Median P/S Value for today is calculated as
|Median P/S Value||=||Total Annual Sales / Shares Outstanding||*||10-Year Median P/S Ratio|
|=||Revenue per Share (TTM)||*||10-Year Median P/S Ratio|
10-Year Median P/S Ratio is .
For company reported semi-annually, GuruFocus uses latest annual data as the TTM data. 's revenue per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ended in . 20 was $.
It also assumes that over time the profit margin is constant. If a company increases its profit margin to a sustainable level, this value might under-estimate its value. If it has permanent declined profit margins, this may over-estimate the companys value.
's Price to Median P/S Value Ratio for today is calculated as
|Price to Median P/S Value||=||Share Price||/||Median P/S Value|