Best Buy Price to Sales

Best Buy Co Inc -- USA Stock  

USD 55.46  0.81  1.48%

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Price to Sales Analysis

Price to Sales ratio is typically used for valuing equity relative to its own past performance as well as to performance of other companies or market indexes. In most cases, the lower the ratio the better it is for investors. However, it is advisable for investors to exercise caution when looking at price-to-sales ratios across different industries.
Best Buy 
P/S 
 = 
MV Per Share 
Revenue Per Share 
 = 
0.41 times

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About Price to Sales

The most important factor to remember is that the price of equity takes a firm's debt into account, whereas the sales does not consider financial leverage. Generally speaking, Price to Sales ratio shows how much market values every dollar of the company's sales.
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Best Buy Price to Sales Assessment

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Best Buy Sales Change Over Time

Price to Sales Ratio

Based on latest financial disclosure the price to sales indicator of Best Buy Co Inc is roughly 0.41 times. This is much higher than that of the Consumer sector, and significantly higher than that of Diversified Wholesale And Retail industry, The Price to Sales for all stocks is over 1000% lower than the firm.

Peer Comparison

Best Buy Price to Sales Comparison
Best Buy is currently under evaluation in price to sales category among related companies.

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