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Historical Relative P/E 3 years, 5 months ago #207

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What does the column "Historical Relative P/E" mean?

specifically:
1. by "Historical" does it means 3/5/10 years?
2. is it the historic relation between:
a. the current stock p/e to the whole market p/e
b. the current stock p/e to the stock sector p/e
c. the current stock p/e to the stock historical p/e

BTW, is there any place where I can find the description of each available column?
Yoni

Re: Historical Relative P/E 3 years, 5 months ago #208

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Yonil,

You can use the search box on the Screener.co website to search for data points. Clicking on the title corresponding to a particular data point will call up a description of how the value is calculated. For example, Historical Relative P/E:

screener.co/component/content/article/55...532-text-and-article

"This is the mean of the last 5 years of annual Relative P/E * 100. It is calculated as the difference between the trailing twelve month P/E and the 5 year P/E Low divided by the difference between the 5 year P/E High and the 5 year P/E Low, multiplied by 100."

Thanks,
Lenny Grover
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