Analyze per-share earnings


  1. Get into the company’s details.
    Start by reading the report from the end and reading small notes. These can hide important information about accounting principles that don’t reflect the true state or growth of the company.
  2. Look at a long period.
    Avoid attributing too much value to per-share earnings, especially for only one year. Instead, look at the general trend over multiple years.


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