The goal of every companies is to maximize their value. Value of them is correlated with the performance that achieved. Companies' value is measured with stock return or stock price. If the performance is increase, so their value will increase also. Companies' performance usually are measured by one of traditional accounting measurement such as accounting profit, revenue growth, return on investment. Traditional measurements were supposed having more risk, because if companies only focus on the big growth without consider about the higher return than cost of capital, it will destroy company value. One alternative of performance measurements that can be used is economic value added. This research analyzed the influenced of economic value added to stock return, using alternative models. Based on linear regression testing, this study found that there was no a significant effect of current or previous economic value added to current stock return. Second, there was no a significant effect of the change of current or previous economic value added to the change of current stock return of the public companies listed on Indonesian Stock Exchanges in 2002 until 2007.