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How do I compute the annual percentage change in net income per common share-diluted?
Hi anon,

Great question.
You just take the current year EPS diluted (Earnings Per share diluted) minus the prior year EPS (diluted) and divide that by the prior year EPS (diluted).

Net income is represented in the EPS terms.

Example .
2006 EPS (diluted) 1.00
2005 EPS (diluted) .90

% change = 1.00 - .90 = .10 / .90 = 11.1% change

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