Amazon PE Ratio – Historical Chart & Forward PE

Amazon PE Ratio Today


Amazon PE Ratio was last reported to be at 46.96. This ratio is used to determine a company’s value relative to its stock price. A low P/E indicates that the market in general looks favorably at the price/earnings of the company, whereas a high P/E may indicate that it is considered overpriced.

Amazon Lowest PE42.87
Amazon Highest PE303.51
Amazon Average PE123.32

Why Amazon PE Is Too High?

Amazon (AMZN) has a sky-high price-earnings ratio, even though it has kept its profits positive. The reason why the PE is so much higher is that the company reinvests every penny it earns and uses none of its earnings to pay dividends or otherwise reward shareholders

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