|February 19, 2021||Sold 20 of SAPT at Rs. 1,019.07|
|February 19, 2021||Sold 1,000 of MEBL at Rs. 105.19|
|February 1, 2021||Sold 50 of ADMM at Rs. 129.24|
|February 1, 2021||Sold 1,000 of ASTL at Rs. 49.89|
|February 1, 2021||Sold 1,000 of ASL at Rs. 24.35|
|February 1, 2021||Sold 500 of AKDCL at Rs. 615.43|
|January 18, 2021||Bought 20 of SAPT at Rs. 1,049.99|
|January 11, 2021||Bought 1,000 of MEBL at Rs. 112.66|
|January 11, 2021||Bought 500 of AKDCL at Rs. 307.42|
|January 11, 2021||Bought 1,000 of ASL at Rs. 22.70|
|January 11, 2021||Bought 50 of ADMM at Rs. 135.08|
|January 11, 2021||Bought 1,000 of ASTL at Rs. 47.43|
|January 9, 2021||Cash Deposit|
|January 9, 2021||Portfolio Created|
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Balance Sheet, Most Recent Stock PriceFormula
P/B Ratio = Price per Share / Book Value per ShareMeaning
Book value (BV) is already listed on the balance sheet, it's just under a different name: shareholder equity. Equity is the portion of the company that owners (i.e. shareholders) own free and clear. Dividing book value by the number of shares outstanding gives you book value per share.
Like P/E, the P/B ratio is essentially the number of dollars you'll have to pay for $1 of equity. And like P/E, there are different criteria for what makes a P/B ratio "high" or "low."