2 Answers: How Find The Intrinsic Value of Stock?


I would like to find out how to get the real intrinsic value of a stock before I buy it. I have many stocks in mind and I have been running some formulas like the F-Point and many others yet would like to understand more about finding the intrinsic value.

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Dan Black 4 years 2 Answers 691 views 0

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  1. By focusing on a company or the economy, an investor can determine its Intrinsic Value and find opportunities to buy or sell. If all goes as planned, the investment should pay off over time as the market catches up to the fundamentals.

    On the other side of fundamental analysis is Technical Analysis. Unlike Fundamental

    Analysis, Technical Analysts, or Technicians as we would call them, don’t care about the value of the company or the company as a whole. All they really care about is the price movements in the market. T

    hey employ lots of fancy and exotic tools to study the supply and demand in the market in order to attempt to determine the direction or trend in the future.

    Another way of describing them is that they try to understand the emotions of the market by studying the market itself, as opposed to its components like Fundamental Analysts do.

    Technicians evaluate stocks by analyzing the statistics generated by market activities, such as prices and volume. They do not attempt to measure the Intrinsic Value but instead use charts and tools to figure out the pattern

  2. Intrinsic Value & Margin of Safety Relationship =>
    There is nothing more important than Intrinsic Value and Margin of Safety in investing! The purpose of estimating intrinsic value is to take advantage of mis-prices assets. The variables of this calculations should determine your required margin of safety.

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