PEG Ratio: The Price/Earnings to Growth Ratio Explained

The PEG ratio (price/earnings to growth) is a useful stock valuation measure. It is calculated by dividing a stock’s price-to-earnings (PE) ratio with the company’s earnings growth. If you are trying to determine if a company’s stock is expensive, cheap or fairly valued, then this is one of the best … [Read more…]

Key Takeaways From Facebook’s 2018 Earnings Report

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Facebook (FB) stock is one of the core holdings in my buy and hold portfolio. This has made me somewhat of a contrarian in recent months, as the company has been plagued with negative headlines from the news media. I personally believe that the various privacy scandals are overblown. In … [Read more…]