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Q Ratio

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Developed by a Nobel laureate in economics, Mr James Tobin, Q Ratio (also referred to as Tobin?s Q Ratio) is a ratio between the market value and replacement value of a physical asset. It is used to measure how under-priced or over-priced the whole stock market is.

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