Portfolio Manager Bill Nygren shares the importance of looking at intangible assets rather than GAAP earnings to determine a company’s value.
As of 06/30/2019, Amgen is not owned in any of the Oakmark funds.
EPS refers to Earnings Per Share and is calculated by dividing total earnings by the number of shares outstanding.
The Price-Earnings Ratio (“P/E”) is the most common measure of the expensiveness of a stock.
The Price to Book Ratio is a stock’s capitalization divided by its book value.
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