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Sector: Broadline Retailers
Ticker: AMZN
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Market multiple valuation of Inc. ( AMZN | USA)

The most common multiple used in the valuation of stocks is the P/Earnings NTM multiple (Price to Earnings). P/E relates the current share price with the market expectations in terms of Earnings Per Share. This multiple is used to compare a company's market value with its earnings. A company with a high P/Earnings NTM is considered to be overvalued; a company with a low P/Earnings NTM is considered to be undervalued.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Inc. is significantly higher than the median of its peer group: around 23.00. The company valuation of Inc. according to these metrics is way above the market valuation of its peer group.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Inc. is significantly higher than the average of its sector (Broadline Retailers): 13.41. The company valuation of Inc. according to these metrics is way above the market valuation of its sector.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Inc. is significantly lower than its historical 5-year average: 60.5. The (current) company valuation of Inc. is therefore way below its valuation average over the last five years.

P/E Last P/E (e) 2024P/E NTM Inc.Free trialFree trialFree trial
International PeersFree trialFree trialFree trial
Broadline Retailers12.4313.3813.41
NASDAQ 10026.4624.3224.60
United States of America15.2412.0212.12
Beta (Ref: NASDAQ 100)
Levered betaUnlevered beta
Stock Perf excl. Dividends (in USD)
AMZNNASDAQ 100Rel. Perf.
International Peers - Inc.
Company NameCtryMarket
last (mUSD) Inc.USA1 851 239
International Peers Median1.24 Inc.CYM71 185
eBay Inc.USA24 938
Uber Technologies, Inc.USA168 259
Meta Platforms Inc.USA1 280 650
Alibaba Group Holding L...CYM1 492 400
GPRV Analysis Inc.
Intl. Peers
U.S Patents No. 7,882,001 & 8,082,201
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Multiples charts provide an effective way to quickly analyze a company's valuation over a period of time, and compare it against the valuation of another company, a personal list, or a market index.

About Market Multiples

Many methods can be used to value a company. In reality, business valuation is often a combination of these different approaches. One of the most widely used quantitative methods is the market multiples method. The market valuation is utilized generally as a primary market input, to provide an objective starting point for the valuation. Put simply, this method multiplies the sales or profits of a business by an industry averaged multiplier to calculate the Market Value of the business.
Current multiples include:
- Historical multiples based on standardized financials for the last completed fiscal period: Last, Last Twelve Months (LTM);
- Forward multiples based on consensus estimates for the current fiscal period and next ones: Next Twelve Months (NTM), FY0, FY1.
Current multiples based on per-share metrics (such as earnings per share or book value per share) are calculated using the last closing price, while current multiples based on company-level metrics (such as net sales, EBIT or EBITDA) are calculated using the current market cap or EV (Enterprise Value).