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price to book value Archives - How To Invest In Shares

Twitter IPO: How UK Investors Can Buy Shares In Twitter

With Twitter issuing shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) this week, a popular question at the moment is "should I buy Twitter shares" and "how do I buy Twitter shares as a UK investor?" Let's start with the answer to the first question, which of course, is that it all depends on [...]

Royal Mail Shares IPO – Are Royal Mail Shares A Buy?

Following publication of the Royal Mail Shares IPO prospectus in advance of Royal Mail issuing shares on the UK stock market, popular questions at the moment are "should I buy Royal Mail shares" or "are Royal Mail Shares a buy?" The answer to questions such as these, of course, depends [...]

PBV: What Is A Price To Book Ratio (PBV) And How To Use It To Value Shares

In my recent articles about best and worst performing stocks, I have been reviewing the prospects of those companies and referring to their PBV Ratio. PBV is an abbreviation for Price to Book Value and is one of the most useful ratios you can use when buying or selling company [...]

Facebook IPO

With Facebook looking to issue shares on the stock market this spring, a popular question at the moment is "should I buy Facebook shares"? The answer to this question, of course, depends on the share price you will have to pay at the time of the float, which will not [...]