IASP Fundamental Relationships

IASP -- Ireland Fund  

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The Drivers Module shows relationships between IASP's most relevant fundamental drivers and provides multiple suggestions of what could possibly affect the performance of IASP over time as well as its relative position and ranking within its peers. Please also check Risk vs Return Analysis.

IASP Annual Yield vs. Price to Sales Fundamental Analysis

IASP is currently considered the top fund in price to sales among similar funds. It is currently considered the top fund in annual yield among similar funds fabricating about  0.53  of Annual Yield per Price to Sales. The ratio of Price to Sales to Annual Yield for IASP is roughly  1.89 
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.
MV Per Share 
Revenue Per Share 
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.
Yield generally refers to the amount of cash that is paid back to the owner of a security over a specific time (usually one year). It is expressed as a percentage of current market price, and usually amounts to all the interests and/or dividends paid over a given period. A higher yield allows the shareholders to generate returns on their investments sooner. However, investors should also be aware that a high yield may be a result of market turmoil or increased price volatility.
Income from Security 
Current Share Price 
Small firms, start-ups, or companies with high growth potential typically do not pay out dividends or distribute a lot of their profits. These companies will have small yield. Alternatively, more established companies, ETFs, and funds that invest in bonds will have a higher yields.

IASP Annual Yield Comparison

IASP Fundamental Comparison

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