Price Range: The interval between the high and low prices over which a stock has traded over a particular period of time.
Price Gap: A term used when the price of a stock rockets or dives in a direction away from its last price range, such as a stock with a trading range of $10-$12 that closes at $12 and climbs to $14 the . . . View Full Definition
Annual Price Range : The Annual Price Range is a measure of a stock's average annual price movement to a high and low from a mean price for each year. For example, a stock's Annual Price Range of ±12% indicates . . . View Full Definition
Price-To-Sales Ratio: A price-to-sales ratio, or a stock's market price per share divided by the revenue generated by sales of the company's products and services per share, may sometimes identify companies that . . . View Full Definition
Price-To-Earnings Ratio (P-E): The price-to-earnings ratio (P-E) is the relationship between a company's earnings and its share price, and is calculated by dividing the current price per share by the earnings per share. A . . . View Full Definition
Price-Volume Relationship: A relationship espoused by some technical analysts that signals continuing rises or falls in security prices that are related to changes in volume traded.
Price-Weighted Index: An index giving a greater influence to higher-valued stocks by weighting all component stocks by their price.
Price Value Of A Basis Point (PVBP): Also called the dollar value of a basis point; a measure of the change in the price of a bond if the required yield changes by one basis point.
Price-To-Cash Flow: You find a company's price-to-cash flow ratio by dividing the market price of its stock by its cash receipts minus its cash payments over a given period of time, such as a year. Some institu . . . View Full Definition
Price-To-Book Ratio: Some financial analysts use price-to-book ratios to identify stocks they consider to be overvalued or undervalued. You figure this ratio by dividing a stock's market price per share by its b . . . View Full Definition