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Price to Book Value
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Williams-Sonoma Inc | WSM
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data as of 9/25/2020 | earnings to be released on 11/20/2020

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Amount
% Diff
Multiple
Z-Score
Note the the multiple on p/bv is a trailing multiple and, as such, there is no need to forecast growth beyond the next 12 months. 

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Valuation multiple 
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S&P 500 P/E
Compare your forecast to the current multiple. Also, take note of the z-score to ensure you understand how different your forecast is from the recent range.

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Implied stock price

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% up, downside
Stock price
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* Note the company paid a dividend of 1.92/share over the LTM. If this continues, this means an additional return of 2.2% at the current stock price of 86.75.
Dividend Per Share

vs LTM

vs NTM

LTM= dividends per share for last 12 months.
NTM = consensus expectations for dividends per share next 12 months
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FYI, the S&P 500 is currently trading on a price-to-earnings ratio of 0.8 standard deviations from its past one year average. Keep this in mind as you evaluate your assumptions as company valuations are based partially on their prospects but also on the market as a whole.

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