The PE ratio for T-Mobile US stock stands at 23.11 as of Nov 29, 2023. The calculation is based on the latest EPS of $6.47 and the stock price of $149.55 per share. A decrease of 44% has been observed in the PE ratio compared to its average of 40.9 of the last four quarters.
Over the last ten years, the average PE ratio of T-Mobile US has been 65.14. The current 23.11 P/E ratio is 65% lower than the historical average. Looking back at the last ten years, TMUS's PE ratio peaked in the Dec 2013 quarter at 672.8, with a price of $33.64 and an EPS of $0.05. The Jun 2018 quarter marked the lowest point at 10.69, with a price of $59.75 and an EPS of $5.59.
Maximum annual increase: 160.46% in 2020
Maximum annual decrease: -87.08% in 2014
TMUS's current PE ratio is lower than its 3, 5 and 10-year averages.
In comparison to its peer USM, TMUS's PE ratio is lower, but it is higher than VZ's and SPOK's.
|Stock name||PE ratio||Market cap|
|VZ Verizon Communications Inc||7.6||$158.75B|
|SPOK Spok Holdings Inc||9.29||$343.48M|
|TMUS T-Mobile US Inc||23.11||$172.95B|
|USM United States Cellular Corp||350.77||$3.88B|
|T At&T Inc||N/A||$116.55B|
|TDS Telephone & Data Systems Inc||N/A||$2.21B|
|SHEN Shenandoah Telecommunications Co||N/A||$1.12B|
As of Nov 29, 2023, TMUS stock has a price to earnings ratio of 23.11.
The average PE ratio for TMUS stock over the past 3 years is 56.64.
The average PE ratio for TMUS stock over the past 5 years is 43.33.
Over the last ten years, the Dec 2013 quarter recorded the highest quarterly PE ratio at 672.8.
TMUS's current price to earnings ratio is 65% below its 10-year historical average.
You can calculate the P/E ratio by dividing the most recent stock price by the trailing twelve months EPS. As of today (Nov 29, 2023), T-Mobile US's share price is $149.55. The company's earnings per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ending Sep 2023 is $6.47. Therefore, T-Mobile US's PE ratio for today is 23.11.
PE RATIO(23.11) = STOCK PRICE($149.55) / TTM EPS($6.47)
All PE ratio stats are based on quarterly TTM periods, unless otherwise specified.