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33 comments

Patrick Fringer 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Mr. Khan, I used to watch your videos when I was studying at university, mostly science and math (2009-2013). Now I have returned for finance + stock market information (2021). Thanks for all the content!

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Track Hero 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

11 years later and nobody else can explain this stuff better than Khan ! Love the content. Love Khan academy!!

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Kevinmbt 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

"Who in their right mind would buy a stock with a 100 P/E ratio???"

2021 TSLA:
"Pathetic…"

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michael doces 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Lol Watching this in 2021, its so weird hearing references to the Great Recession as if its a current thing.

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Peter Sarpong 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Where are all the Tesla owners? 😀

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Gogo's Mom 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

nobody is watching this in this crazy market?hummmm

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bob yay 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

man this is cool

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Abhinav Gautam 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Excellent video. Thanks!!

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Jamar 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Really enjoying the videos, Do you have a video on Growth ratio of Equity/EPS/ and Sale?

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Aulia Hamdani Feizal 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

I think company C is an unlikely case. With increasing earning, price/share will also go up because people want to buy it, then P/E will also go up too. Like you said, market will not allow free money. CMIIW

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Kashif Munir 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Sir i just discovered ur lectures… I think i made the biggest discovery of the year…. I m in love with ur lectures…… Sir wonderful job done

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KAUSHIK MAULIK 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

I can't see the video, any problem??

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Harrison 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

howdy, how do you quantify the the P/E if the EPS is negative? I understand how to do the math but what the hell do i do with a negative P/E ratio?

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J Adam 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Hi, how does leverage impact PE ratios (presuming in the same industry, same growth rates etc)?

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J Roos 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

That quality tho

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Andres Barriosnuevo 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

thank you, so much easier listening to someone explain than just reading it

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malthus101 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Thanks Khan! I get it now… 😉

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Edwin Icogo 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

hi, what is a negative p/e?

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Nasar Thikkodi 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

HI MR.KHAN..CAN YOU TELL ME WHICH SOFTWARE YOU USE TO RECORD THIS CLASS

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Chokchai Moosiri 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Thank you.

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VOLXIN ramos 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

I am very new to the stock market.
My biggest concern is Earnings Per Share?
if I were to buy a share of any company and for example the EPS is 5 dollars.
is that the only thing I get or is it 5 dollars per Hour or Day. aslo if I decide to hold on to the share and forget about it for a week and during that week it goes up or down. will I gain more money or owe money in the process.

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Soni Bros Investing 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

awesome video! i have a similar video about Price to Earnings, it'd be great if you can check out my channel!

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Haiden Morgan 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

the market value of that share can safely be decided by the MFRY or the Graham Number or the Price to Tangible Book Value (all the same).

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BlTCHEZAlNTSHlT 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

reupload this in 720p 😀

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satyajit kumar 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

hi…won't the price of $100 change over different periods…i believe its the market price….so accordingly the p/e ratio should also vary…isn't it so

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John Schacter 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

I really liked this. I never quite got what P/E was or how to use it when considering a company's potential price!

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Joanne Li 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Question: Let's say for 2012, the P/E is 6.25 (using the example in the lesson)…how can I use that number to evaluate the market value of that share in 2012?

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Bnhappyworld 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Good definations to P/E. simple and logic tips.thanks for sharing,Merry Christmas.

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Yifei Duan 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

No usually when you calculate Earnings Per Share, You subtract the dividends from the Net Income divided by the shares outstanding. So essentially the EPS comes after taking out the dividends paid.

Think of it this way, the dividends paid to shareholders are not counted in the EPS. Although I could be wrong as what i'm talking about is preferred dividends.

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uniQ 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

Thanks for the very interesting and informative video that really explains P/E Ratios in an easily digestable format.

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octan488 24/09/2021 - 4:15 AM

1st everything 5/5

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