Second, a lot of investors use the P/B (Price to Book) Ratio to determine the value of a stock. The P/B can also be a useful calculation in finance but it should not be the single reason why you buy or sell a stock.
Here is why the P/B ratio is misleading...
A low P/B ratio could mean the stock is undervalued. However, it could also mean something is wrong with the company.
The P/B ratio varies by industry. A low P/B for one industry may be a high P/B for another industry. It’s hard to compare wise investments vs poor investments with ambiguous ratings.
As stated by Intestopedia.com “It is difficult to pinpoint a specific numeric value of a good P/B ratio.”
Also keep in mind the P/B ratio is 4 numbers and 2 calculations. When you keep reading, you’ll learn how TYKR compares.
Equation: Share Price / ((Total Assets - Total Liabilities) / Outstanding Shares).