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Hi,


Thanks a lot for your feedback!


From our experience, Enterprise Value to EBITDA is a more commonly used metric in valuation than Enterprise Value to Revenue. Additionally, if you are interested in relative revenue for the company, we have the Price to Revenue ratio included in the valuation page (click on the "GURU VALUE" tab on the company page).


The Price to Earnings Ratio is included on the statistics page (click on the "SENTIMENT" tab) along with that of the industry and exchange as a comparison. The inverse of this, the Earnings Yield, is also included on the valuation page.


Kind Regards,

The Guru.

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Hi,


Thanks a lot for your feedback!


From our experience, Enterprise Value to EBITDA is a more commonly used metric in valuation than Enterprise Value to Revenue. Additionally, if you are interested in relative revenue for the company, we have the Price to Revenue ratio included in the valuation page (click on the "GURU VALUE" tab on the company page).


The Price to Earnings Ratio is included on the statistics page (click on the "SENTIMENT" tab) along with that of the industry and exchange as a comparison. The inverse of this, the Earnings Yield, is also included on the valuation page.


Kind Regards,

The Guru.