Can anyone explain why exc has a high 16.5 p/e? Their eps $2.55 next year seems to go lower then flatten.
Their eps $2.55 next year seems to go lower then flatten.
I company has been in decline for the last 5 years. Loosing over 45% in the last 2 years, and still has a P/E of over 16. The P/E seems high compare its 5 year average p/e. The prospects next year seem to be lower then flatten, but not going up.
Can anyone help me understand why the high 16.5 P/E for exelon?
EXC has an Investor Relations Dept that would be well served to (at least attempt) to correct all the false numbers posted on their stock. Morningstar shows a 5% dividend yield. I am aware of the split deividend situation and Morningstar showed a correct dividend for a short time, but now they are way off again.
Sure I can explain. EXC has been sequentially growing revenue and the current price reflexts a 7% dividend.
Can you tell me why LNKD has a 700+ PE when they pay no dividend and the greater the revenue they have the less money they make? Or why a company such as OPEN has close to a 50 PE when sequential growth has come to a screeching halt and they pay no dividend?
The answer is clear that the market is rigged and that value has nothing to do with price. If you think a lower price is in line then I will put more money in the company and get a higher dividend yield. ... and yeah, I do know about the talk about lowering the dividend.
I stumbled on to this stock recently. It looks solid to me, the kind of stock you would add to an IRA but after looking at a chart for the last 10 years it sure has been a long fall to get to this point so the company must have problems some where ?scandles? high debt? most utilities have done well over the last 4 years i would bet management pays themselves well tho so Im still undecided on this one i agree with crazy valuations so many stocks have quadrupled in price since 09 and some have gone up 10X and it kind of makes you wonder? Several companies during the last round of earnings reports missed earnings mcds dupont apple IBM and more but the market stays strong and goes higher its all about Bernacke at this point the only thing the stock market reflects IMO is its costing a lot more to live these days prices of stocks and commodites rise in price and we all are paying more but wages and job growth flat at best