# AMBA 1YPEG

I’m getting 1YPEG of 0.177. Would appreciate someone checking my calculations.

PE as of 6/2/15 = 92.21/2.44 = 37.79

1 Year Earnings Growth = 2.44/1.14 = 214%

1YPEG = 37.79/214 = 0.177

Is that right? First time I’ve done that on my own.

So you don’t have to look it up here are the non gaap earnings for the last 8 quarters.

0.71
0.68
0.68
0.37
0.25
0.26
0.37
0.26

I’m getting .331

P/E: 37.79/114%

114% growth = (2.44eps - 1.14eps)/1.14eps * 100

Keith

1 Year Earnings Growth = 2.44/1.14 = 214%

I think that should be (2.44 - 1.14) / 1.14 = 114% growth.

So that would give a 1YPEG of 0.33 – still quite nice.

Neil

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Ah, yes 114% growth not 214%. Thanks.

I was getting nervous with this holding as I’m sitting on 210% gain and it’s my largest holding at 12.5%. I don’t see any red flags. Up 1% AH. I think I’ll let it run.

By the way, for anyone who is considering downloading Sagewren’s PE chart application, it automatically (and correctly) calculates PE, YoY earning growth, and 1YPEG based on user input of earnings history.

Steve has made the application and data file available to anyone who wants it. One word of caution, I’m not sure how the the earnings file data was collected, but if you are interested in some of the companies for which data has already been compiled, the onus is on you to validate that the information is correct. Do not assume that all the earnings histories are valid.

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