In fact, research that the University of Michigan's Seyhun has conducted reveals that a strategy taking into account both strong insider buying and traditional valuation metrics such as low price-to-book-value ratios and low price-to-earnings ratios increases returns more than either strategy would alone.
What does PBV stand for?
PBV stands for Price-to-Book-Value (finance and investing)
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- Profit Before Unusuals & Tax
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- Personenbeförderungsvorschriften (German Instructions for Personal Transportation)
- Pflege-buchführungsverordnung (German)
- Pokémon Black Version (gaming)
- Post-Boost Vehicle
- Pressure Balance Valve
- Probation Violation
- Project-Based Voucher (program of Department of Housing and Urban Development)
- Parenchymal Blood Volume Interventional Radiology (Siemens Healthcare)
- Pulmonary Blood Volume/Total Blood Volume Ratio
- Pokémon Black Version 2 (gaming)
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- Pool Billard Verein Anderten (Germany)
- Pressure Vacuum Breaker Assembly
- Percent Brain Volume Change (neurology)
- Peso Bruto Vehicular Combinado (Spanish: Combined Gross Vehicle Weight)
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Doubtless, adjusted PE ratios for Japanese stocks are lower than this, and other valuation measures such as price-to-book-value or price-to-freecash-flow are less elevated.