Capitalize earnings

Capitalize earnings sets a current price on a stock using a multiple of its expected earnings within a year. A good example would be a stock that is currently priced at $100 a share. If analysts or investors expects the company to earn $5 a share in a year, its capitalized value is 20 times its expected earnings (100 / 5 = 20).

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