Price To Tangible Book Value (PTBV)

Price To Tangible Book Value (PTBV),

What is Price To Tangible Book Value (PTBV)?

  • Price based on Tenable Book Value (PTBV) is a valuation index that shows the value of security in relation to its solid or solid book value, as shown on the company's balance sheet. The price of a solid book is less than the value of all the company's intangible assets. Immovable assets can be elements such as patents, intellectual property, goodwill, etc. The calculation of the ratio is as follows.

Literal Meanings of Price To Tangible Book Value (PTBV)


Meanings of Price:
  1. Determine how much you need to pay (to sell something)

  2. Money is given as an expectation, need, or payment of something.

  3. Unwanted experiences, events or actions that are necessary as conditions to achieve the desired goal.

Sentences of Price
  1. The cost of watches in this range is 14.50

  2. Land can be sold at a higher price.

  3. The price of success is fighting all day long

Synonyms of Price

sum, rate, forfeiture, forfeit, appraise, estimate, toll, amount, cost, result, fix the price of, value, penalty, set the price of, charge, fare, evaluate, assess, asking price, assay, fee, selling price, payment, total, terms, figure, put a price on, levy, consequence, sacrifice


Meanings of To:
  1. Towards Express Movement

  2. Proximity or limit (some conditions)

  3. Identify the person or thing in question.

  4. It shows that two things are connected.

  5. Anxious or potentially annoying (something, especially a summary)

  6. Used to add another item to the competition.

  7. It is used with the basic form of the verb to indicate that the verb is ineffective.

  8. When the disappearance of a verb is clearly understood, it is used without following the verb.

Sentences of To
  1. Going out in the mall

  2. Christopher's expression turned from surprise to joy.

  3. You are very moderate about it

  4. Married cousin John

  5. He left his motorcycle tied to the fence

  6. This is nothing compared to before

  7. He threw the door behind him

  8. He told her to come, but he said he didn't want to

Synonyms of To

toward, to, in the direction of, secured, so as to approach, tight, secure, fastened, firmly fixed, so as to near


Meanings of Tangible:
  1. Something is visible for contact.

  2. Visible by contact.

Sentences of Tangible
  1. This is the only real point on which a decision can be made.

  2. The atmosphere of abandonment and abandonment is almost clear

Synonyms of Tangible

substantial, corporeal, touchable, material, palpable, real, concrete, tactile, physical, solid


Meanings of Book:
  1. Booking (accommodation, place, etc.) Purchase (ticket) in advance.

  2. Officially record names and other personal information (of the suspect or offender)

  3. It suddenly disappeared.

  4. Written or printed works consisting of pages that are sewn or sewn on one side and attached to an envelope.

  5. A set of blank sheets of paper for writing or taking notes.

  6. A series of stamps, stamps, games, checks, fabric patterns, etc. are interconnected.

Sentences of Book
  1. I booked a table at Swan

  2. The police hired me and took me to the train station

  3. Book with selected poems

  4. Accounting book

  5. Sample book

Synonyms of Book

opus, publication, memo pad, exercise book, tome, printed work, arrange for, make a reservation for, arrange in advance, notebook, prearrange, order, binder, pad, reserve, work, notepad, volume, treatise, title


Meanings of Value:
  1. Define financial value (something)

  2. See (something else) important or useful that you really value.

  3. Consider that something deserves meaning, value or usefulness.

  4. An individual's principle or behavior determines what is important in life.

  5. A numerical quantity, represented by an algebraic expression, quantity, quantity or number.

Sentences of Value
  1. Its estimated value. 45,000

  2. He began to respect your privacy and freedom.

  3. Rhythmic values ​​are quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter notes, and the first syllabus uses only the middle finger pattern.

  4. In both cases, the reference to the order depends on its previous use and the price as a word.

  5. The artist uses neighboring color values ​​on low tide

Synonyms of Value

worth one's weight in gold, precious, evaluate, usefulness, service, merit, morals, moral principles, estimate, ethics, worth its weight in gold, sense, code of behaviour, moral standards, importance, desirability, assay, utility, cost, standards of behaviour, good, gain, prized, cherished, helpfulness, profit