Frequently Asked Questions
Market cap, also known as market capitalization, is the total market value of a company. It’s calculated by multiplying the current market price by the total number of shares outstanding. Democratic Policies Fund market cap is N/A.
52 week high is the highest price of a stock in the past 52 weeks, or one year. Democratic Policies Fund 52 week high is N/A as of December 11, 2023.
52 week low is the lowest price of a stock in the past 52 weeks, or one year. Democratic Policies Fund 52 week low is N/A as of December 11, 2023.
Democratic Policies Fund stock price today is $21.08.
Democratic Policies Fund stock price yesterday was $21.11.
The Price-to-Earnings (or P/E) ratio is a commonly used tool for valuing a company. It’s calculated by dividing the current share price by the earnings per share (or EPS). It can also be calculated by dividing the company’s Market Cap by the Net Profit. Democratic Policies Fund’s P/E ratio is None.
The Price-to-Book (P/B) ratio is a commonly used tool for valuing a company. It’s calculated by dividing a company’s market capitalization by its book value. Democratic Policies Fund P/B ratio is None.
EBITDA is a widely used measure of corporate profitability. It stands for Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization. It attempts to reflect the cash profit generated by a company’s operations. Democratic Policies Fund's EBITDA is N/A.
The 50-day moving average is a frequently used data point by active investors and traders to understand the trend of a stock. It’s calculated by averaging the closing stock price over the previous 50 trading days. Democratic Policies Fund 50-day moving average is N/A.
Democratic Policies Fund has N/A employees.
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