I’m struggling to understand the definition of the orange P/E line especially in comparison to the blue P/E line. Do you have something you recommend me reading to fill in the gaps?

One of the most valuable features of the research tool is its dynamic capabilities.  Each time you draw a different timeframe, important calculations such as earnings growth rate (or the growth rate of whatever metric you are drawing) will be calculated relative to the timeframe drawn.  Therefore, it’s imperative that you always check the color-coded Read more about I’m struggling to understand the definition of the orange P/E line especially in comparison to the blue P/E line. Do you have something you recommend me reading to fill in the gaps?[…]

Why doesn’t the Normal P/E in the historical graph match the normal P/E in the forecasting graph?

The earnings and price correlated historical graph (the main graph) includes forecasting data when you are running timeframes.  In contrast, the “Historical” normal P/E ratio forecasting calculator is utilizing only completed historical data. Therefore, in order to get the same normal P/E ratio on both the main graph and the forecasting graph, you have to Read more about Why doesn’t the Normal P/E in the historical graph match the normal P/E in the forecasting graph?[…]