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Take a LookAbout Earnings per Share
The Earnings Per Share compares Net Earnings to the Average Shares Outstanding, and is simply how much earnings has been generated per one share of stock during the period reported.
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Calculate Earnings per Share
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Earnings per Share increases over time:
An increasing Earnings per Share indicates the amount of earnings per one share of stock is increasing. If the Net Earnings of the company have remained the same or not increased as rapidly as the Earnings per share, then you may want to investigate why
If Earnings per Share decreases over time:
A decreasing Earnings per Share indicates the amount of earnings per one share of stock is decreasing. If the Net Earnings of the company have remained the same or not decreased as rapidly as the Earnings per share, then you may want to investigate why th
If Earnings per Share stays the same over time:
An unchanged Earnings per Share indicates the amount of earnings per one share of stock has remained the same.