Do you have the Twitter stock in your portfolio? If you do, then you probably know how expensive it is to own. Today’s article discusses the p-e ration, price-earnings ratio, and whether it’s actually worth it. Here’s what they had to say, “investors might be willing to pay lofty P-E ratios, but when valuations get to 150 or more it can get increasingly difficult to justify the price. And what’s even more amazing is that these stocks’ P-Es are this high based on expected adjusted earnings over the next 12 months. That means these stocks have these lofty P-Es even if they grow as expected.” To read more, CLICK HERE.