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Publications: Price Increase Potential Screenings

Price Increase Potential Screenings show the daily updated price increase potential of selected companies and, depending on the selection of your choice, different growth figures and ratios.

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The Price Increase Potential Screenings are based on the Price Increase Potential: the difference between the current price and the highest price expected over the next five years barring unforeseen circumstances. To calculate the highest price expected over the next five years we use company results, especially earnings, and growth rates; and we consider the economic cycle. As a company’s growth rate increases, the value of its stock goes up and its stock price on the market will rise.

The Price Increase Potential, however, has to be weighed against risk. Often times, Price Increase Potential is much greater for young growth companies, than for long-standing growth companies. However, the risk involved with young growth companies can be much larger. On the other hand, risk can be virtually eliminated with some of the long-standing growth companies.

In addition to the Price Increase Potential in five years and the Future Profit Potential, depending on the selection of your choice, additional growth figures and ratios are shown (refer to Free Samples).

The Price Increase Potential Screenings give you insight, at a glance, about how your stocks are faring on the market today with respect to their Price Increase Potential over the next five years and their Future Profit Potential.

Selections

  • Long-Standing Growth Companies
  • Young Growth Companies

Regions

  • European Companies
  • North American Companies
  • Asian Companies  

More information on selections en regions

Content

Prince Increase Potential Screenings

Price Increase Potential Screenings

GE6 / GEPS 

Average Growth Earnings per Share in the last 6 / 10 years in percent.

GRV6 / GREV

Average Growth Revenue in the last 6 / 10 years in percent.

PE  

Ratio between the current price and Earnings per Share.

PEG

Ratio between the PE (price/Earnings) and the expected average growth in the next 5 years.

PEG5

Ratio between the current price and the expected Earnings per Share in 5 years, divided by the expected average growth in the next 5 years.

GRO

Expected Growth in the next 5 years.

HP

Potential High Price in the next 5 years.

FPP

Future Price Potential

PIP

Price Increase Potential in 5 years.