EV / EBITDA – Investing’s “Marmite” Number By: Tim Bennett 13.07.2015Key investing number EV/EBITDA is loved and loathed in equal measure. This week I explain how it works.
The Multiple Expansion Trap for Equity Investors By: Tim Bennett 15.12.2016If share prices are underpinned by pure expectation rather than profit growth, investors should be wary.
Is Return on Equity the Ultimate Ratio? By: Tim Bennett29.10.2014 Return on equity has been called the King of Ratios. In this short video I explain why before pointing out a few of its limitations.
How to Spot a Cheap Share – the Price to Sales Ratio By: Tim Bennett22.10.2014 The price to sales ratio is a simple way to distinguish cheap and expensive stocks. In this short video I explain how it works and some of its limitations.https://youtu.be/ZoZl64ZS2do
How to Spot a Cheap Share – the PEG Ratio By: Tim Bennett15.10.2014 The price to earnings growth ratio (PEG) can help you judge whether a share is cheap or expensive. This week I explain how and also point out its main pitfalls.
What is Free Cash Flow Yield? By: Tim Bennett 02.10.2014Free cash flow yield is widely quoted by analysts and gives investors a useful insight into whether a share is cheap or expensive. In this week’s short video I explain how it works.
What is a Dividend Yield? By: Tim Bennett01.05.2014 The dividend yield is a key number for income investors. In this short video Tim Bennett explains why, runs through the basic calculation and highlights the main weakness of the ratio.
Five Problems with P/E Ratios By: Tim Bennett01.05.2014 Price earnings (p/e) ratios can be very useful when it comes to judging whether a share is cheap or expensive. However, as Tim Bennett explains in this video, they are not perfect and must be interpreted with care.
What is a Price Earnings (P/E) Ratio? By: Tim Bennett31.03.2014 The p/e ratio is one of investing’s most widely quoted numbers notes Tim Bennett. Here he explains how it works and what it can reveal about a share.