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Price to Sales ratio - This ratio is used for unprofitable companies, which don't have a price to earnings ratio. The price to sales ratio is the capitalized value of stock, divided by the sales of stock in the past 12 months. The calculated value is the same if the calculation is made per share or for the entire value of the company. A low price to sales ratio is usually a sign to investors that the investment is a good one, but the price to sales ratio does not show the entire picture of the state that a company is in.

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Definition: In mutual funds, it's the percentage of total shares in the portfolio that are traded in a given period (usually a year). TeenAnalyst Advice: Investors prefer mutual funds with lower turnover rates because they have lower fees than those with higher turnover rates.  Also, if a mutual fund is constantly...

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