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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market Talk » How to value a share ?

How to value a share ?

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1How to value a share ? Empty How to value a share ? on Thu Apr 17, 2014 1:47 pm

smayadunne


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What is the relationship between the EPS and PE ?

and also i love to know how we can value the share ?


Guys, ur comments are welcome

2How to value a share ? Empty Re: How to value a share ? on Thu Apr 17, 2014 9:48 pm

CSEStockWatch


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different stocks have different values. different people value different stocks differently.

3How to value a share ? Empty Re: How to value a share ? on Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:20 am

VALUEPICK

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@CSEStockWatch wrote:different stocks have different values. different people value different stocks differently.

This is one of the best answers somebody can give. There are varieties of ways to do value. Some growth players like to pay premium for their stocks. In some period there are some players ready to buy stocks exceeding P/E ratio of 100 for tech stocks. Value investors will avoid these types of overvalued stocks. .

Intrinsic Value

This value may or may not be the same as the current market value.Value investors use some analysis in order to estimate the intrinsic value.

There are simple other ways to look for value.

Trading below the nest asset value: many stocks trading below the nest asset value in the CSE now. In a bull market they have more potential to trade above the nest asset value.

Trading below the market P/E ratios.

We find many attractive stocks trading below the P/E ratio of 10 and 5.

However intelligent market players will look for more ratios and future robust fundamentals more than past performance and fundamentals.

Value investors that follow fundamental analysis look at both qualitative and quantitative aspects of business.

If we find value stocks with strong growth potential then our first part of investment journey is complete.

4How to value a share ? Empty Re: How to value a share ? on Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:15 pm

dahamr

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in my mind these days , most shares trading also over their net value..am I correct_???????????

5How to value a share ? Empty Re: How to value a share ? on Sun Apr 20, 2014 6:10 am

VALUEPICK

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Some are around net asset value, some are below the net asset value and some are trading above the net asset value. For example most of the plantations and plantations related companies are trading below their net asset value. Some companies may be attractive on the basis of net asset value. Some companies may be attractive on the basis of P/E ratio. This is only one way of looking stocks. Then there are some companies may be attractive on the basis of P/E, PEG and ROE ratios. There are some companies they may revalue their assets to reflect true value. Different analysts value stocks in different ways. Then they try to justify higher P/E ratio and higher value for some growth stocks including tech stocks. They analyse tech stocks value on the basis of higher growth. These all types of valuations are based on estimations. Estimations can go wrong due to unforeseen circumstances and misjudgments. Everybody make mistakes in the market.

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