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How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK

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1How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:12 am

sampath2009

sampath2009
Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic
Guys,
Anybody knows how to find sector P/E ratio via Direct FN OR www.cse.lk ?
Or from any website .
Thanx



Last edited by Quibit on Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:36 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : format condensed)

2How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:33 am

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
@sampath2009 wrote:Guys,

Anybody knows how to find sector P/E ratio via Direct FN OR www.cse.lk ?

Or from any website .

Thanx


1) Go Cse.lk

2) Equity Market ( at the top)

3) Sector Wise Market Summary


When I fisrt started I had the same question . Somebody told me to check broker reports at investnow. But my broker did not send reports with sector PE.

Then I found this to be the easiest from the horses mouth.
So hope it helps you.

3How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:55 am

sampath2009

sampath2009
Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic
@slstock wrote:

1) Go Cse.lk

2) Equity Market ( at the top)

3) Sector Wise Market Summary


When I fisrt started I had the same question . Somebody told me to check broker reports at investnow. But my broker did not send reports with sector PE.

Then I found this to be the easiest from the horses mouth.
So hope it helps you.

Thanks Bro ! I am appreciating you

4How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:06 pm

Monster

Monster
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Just taken a screen shot www.cse.lk

Just look at the PER, which is as of 15 Feb 2011. Is it updated one? For example, if we look at the motor sector, it has performed extra ordinary in the recent past. But motor sector PER displays 75.Surprised As my undestanding only COLO is over 20 PER. Hence motor sector PER should be below 15. This may applicable to other sectors too.

Is this latest? Can any one verify please?

How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Sector11

5How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty P/E on Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:10 pm

nal 78


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
you can use bloombery "search"to find information

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/quote?ticker=CINV:SL

6How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:23 pm

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
@Monster wrote:Just taken a screen shot www.cse.lk

Just look at the PER, which is as of 15 Feb 2011. Is it updated one? For example, if we look at the motor sector, it has performed extra ordinary in the recent past. But motor sector PER displays 75.Surprised As my undestanding only COLO is over 20 PER. Hence motor sector PER should be below 15. This may applicable to other sectors too.

Is this latest? Can any one verify please?

How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Sector11

Monster,

I too think some of this PERs might be trailing and does not reflect the latest updated earnings. So we should be careful not to take it blindly.

7How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:43 pm

Monster

Monster
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@slstock wrote:
@Monster wrote:Just taken a screen shot www.cse.lk

Just look at the PER, which is as of 15 Feb 2011. Is it updated one? For example, if we look at the motor sector, it has performed extra ordinary in the recent past. But motor sector PER displays 75.Surprised As my undestanding only COLO is over 20 PER. Hence motor sector PER should be below 15. This may applicable to other sectors too.

Is this latest? Can any one verify please?

How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Sector11

Monster,

I too think some of this PERs might be trailing and does not reflect the latest updated earnings. So we should be careful not to take it blindly.

@slstock, you are correct. If it is based on old data, they should mention some where. Otherwise this can be mislead the new investors. Evil or Very Mad

8How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:31 pm

Academic


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
It is clear that CSE is giving tailing PE. However my concern is whether they are using last year, cumulative, or annualized EPS.

For example if current price is 150 and last year EPS is 8.

This year quarterly EPS are

q1-- 2
q2-- 3
q3-- 2.5

1. Last year EPS based
150/8= 18.75

2. Cumulative Method (Bllomberg use this method?)

150/(2+3+2.5)=20

or

3. Annualized Method

150/(2+3+2.5)/3*4=15

I suspect they use the first method, as CSE update EPS on a company's "trading summary" once a year (for some companies still last year EPS is showing, even without adjusting for splits, for example see SAMP ).

Therefore CSE reported sector PER may be in between the Bloomberg database and if one annualized year's accumulated earnings (assuming EPSs are growing).

Anyway need further studies to conclude above.

9How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK Empty Re: How to find sector P/E via DFN or CSE.LK on Thu Feb 17, 2011 9:16 pm

sampath2009

sampath2009
Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic
Guys, can we get that via DFN ?

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