2 Answers: How to work out a valuation from SEC filling? (Beyond Meat)

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Hey,

Here is a fresh SEC filling from Beyond Meat, plant-based burger company that just filled for an IPO:

www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1655210/000162828018014471/beyondmeats-1.htm

I am trying to work out a valuation (at least approx).

Would it be correct to take all outstanding shares (which number? 78m? 88m? – page F-4 at the end) and multiply by latest stock option price that is $11.35?

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Anonymous 8 months 2 Answers 84 views 0

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  1. If you multiply the shares outstanding and the stock price, you’ll get the market cap of the company, which isn’t necessary the most accurate way to valuate a company. In order to accurately valuate a company, you have to figure out the intrinsic value of the company, and that will involve doing DCF models.

  2. The SEC information should all be there for you to view. Am I not correct on this?

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