PEG

(redirected from Price to Earnings to Growth)
AcronymDefinition
PEGPolyethylene Glycol
PEGPerformance Evaluation Guide (various locations)
PEGPoly (Ethylene Glycol)
PEGPiano Esecutivo di Gestione (Italian: Executive Management Plan)
PEGPrice to Earnings to Growth (stock price valuation ratio)
PEGPercutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy
PEGPrivate Equity Group
PEGPerformance Evaluation Group (various organizations)
PEGProgram Evaluation Group
PEGPotential for Electricity Generation
PEGPinnacle Entertainment Group
PEGPreferred Equipment Group (General Motors)
PEGPCI Express Graphics
PEGPublic Educational and Governmental
PEGProtocol Expert Group
PEGPersonal Electronic Organiser
PEGPan European Group
PEGPhase Encode Grouping
PEGPortable Embedded Gui
PEGPython Extensions for the Grid
PEGPaul-Ehrlich-Gesellschaft (German: Paul Ehrlich Society)
PEGPhysics Education Group (various locations)
PEGParsing Expression Grammar (computing)
PEGPhoenix Entertainment Group
PEGPolitical Economy Group
PEGProject Engineering Group (UK)
PEGProfessional Engineers and Geoscientists (Canada)
PEGProgrammable Event Generator
PEGProgram Execution Group (US Army)
PEGPowered Explicit Guidance (US NASA)
PEGPursuit-Evasion Game (mathematical challenge)
PEGProfessional Engineers in Government (division of NSPE)
PEGPneumoencephalography
PEGPostsecondary Education Grant (Arizona)
PEGProgress E-Mail Group
PEGPublic, Educational, and Government Access Television
PEGProtection Engineers Group (USTA)
PEGPneumoencephalogram
PEGPricing and Ethical Guidelines
PEGPerugia, Italy - Na (Airport Code)
PEGPercutaneous Enteral Gastrostomy
PEGProgram Execution Guidance
PEGPerpetual Energy Generator (Invader Zim)
PEGProtocol Expert Group (Sun)
PEGProgram Evaluation Guide (USPS)
PEGPotential Exposure Group
PEGProgram Executive Group
PEGProgram Element Group
PEGPrior Endorsements Guaranteed (business and finance)
PEGProcess Excellence Group
PEGProfessional Entrepreneurs Group
PEGPassive Edge Growth
PEGParticipatory Exercise Group
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To take measurement of value a step further, investors must look at price to earnings to growth, known as PEG ratios.