Alright, I will admit it...I'm a consultant and when I normally talk about value, I'm thinking about it from a customer standpoint, not necessarily from that of a shareholder.
I would like to know, what are the key financial ratios that move the share price for various industries. I'm looking beyond basic profitability or growth....unless that is the driver, and wondering what ratios are given more weight by analysts, and was hoping the brilliant finance people here could give me some insights for what really drives shareholder value in various industries.
....or if you know where I can find this information in a common place.
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