Donville Kent On The Uses And Abuses Of Price-to-Sales RatiosVW Staff
Donville Kent on the uses and abuses of price-to-sales ratios
I am pretty sure the first time I heard of the price-to-sales ratio was sometime in the late 1990s when I joined CSFB in Singapore. This was during the heyday of the 1990s tech cycle when Frank Quattrone was the Eminence Grise of technology banking at CSFB and the world was just beginning to understand the internet and its subsequent bubble. At that time I was a Singapore-based industrial analyst and I had really no idea why anyone would care about a company’s price . . .
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