Cactus PE Ratio 2016-2023 | WHD

Current and historical p/e ratio for Cactus (WHD) from 2016 to 2023. The price to earnings ratio is calculated by taking the latest closing price and dividing it by the most recent earnings per share (EPS) number. The PE ratio is a simple way to assess whether a stock is over or under valued and is the most widely used valuation measure. Cactus PE ratio as of February 27, 2024 is 15.97.

Please refer to the Stock Price Adjustment Guide for more information on our historical prices.

Cactus PE Ratio Historical Data
Date Stock Price TTM Net EPS PE Ratio
2024-02-26 45.18 19.56
2023-09-30 49.94 $2.31 21.62
2023-06-30 41.99 $2.02 20.79
2023-03-31 40.78 $2.08 19.60
2022-12-31 49.59 $1.79 27.70
2022-09-30 37.84 $1.54 24.57
2022-06-30 39.55 $1.24 31.90
2022-03-31 55.61 $0.98 56.75
2021-12-31 37.29 $0.83 44.93
2021-09-30 36.79 $0.65 56.60
2021-06-30 35.72 $0.57 62.67
2021-03-31 29.71 $0.50 59.42
2020-12-31 25.22 $0.71 35.53
2020-09-30 18.50 $1.02 18.14
2020-06-30 19.81 $1.30 15.24
2020-03-31 11.09 $1.64 6.76
2019-12-31 32.70 $1.83 17.87
2019-09-30 27.49 $1.89 14.54
2019-06-30 31.46 $2.00 15.73
2019-03-31 33.81 $2.01 16.82
2018-12-31 26.04 $1.56 16.69
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - US Integrated $3.614B $0.688B
Cactus Inc is involved in manufacturing, designing and selling wellhead and pressure control equipment. The products are being utilized by customers for drilling and completing onshore oil and natural gas wells. The equipment are also used by upstream energy companies during production phases in oil and gas wells. Cactus also generates revenues from business activities that comprise field services that include handling, maintaining and installing wellhead and pressure control equipment. The business activities also involve services like repairing and refurbishment. A fleet of frac valves and ancillary equipment is also being maintained by the company that creates short-term rental income.
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