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University of Karachi
Karachi
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Stocks & Cash

This section shows the cash balance in this account and the details of the shares that are bought.

Cash Balance Rs. 33,374

Company Shares Cost Market Value Change
AKBL
Askari Bank
23,000 487,140
@ 21.18
455,630
@ 19.81
-31,510
-6.47%
BYCO
Byco Petroleum
5,000 41,300
@ 8.26
37,150
@ 7.43
-4,150
-10.05%
528,440 492,780 -35,660
-6.75%
Total Account Value Rs. 526,154

Transactions


Date Description
February 3, 2020 Sold 140 of HASCOL at Rs. 25.31
January 30, 2020 Bought 5,000 of BYCO at Rs. 8.26
January 29, 2020 Sold 5,000 of ANL at Rs. 14.19
January 27, 2020 Bought 140 of HASCOL at Rs. 24.15
January 23, 2020 Bought 5,000 of ANL at Rs. 14.30
January 22, 2020 Sold 40 of SRVI at Rs. 815.01
January 16, 2020 Bought 23,000 of AKBL at Rs. 21.18
January 15, 2020 Sold 25,000 of AKBL at Rs. 20.97
January 14, 2020 Bought 40 of SRVI at Rs. 809.97
January 8, 2020 Bought 25,000 of AKBL at Rs. 18.49
December 31, 2019 Cash Deposit
December 31, 2019 Portfolio Created

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PEG Ratio

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Formula

PEG Ratio = (P/E Ratio) / Projected Annual Growth in Earnings per Share

Meaning

The PEG ratio uses the basic format of the P/E ratio for a numerator and then divides by the potential growth for EPS, which you'll have to estimate. The two ratios may seem to be very similar but the PEG ratio is able to take into account future earnings growth. A very generally rule of thumb is that any PEG ratio below 1.0 is considered to be a good value

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