Saturday, 29 April 2017

Equity Securities and Company Value (Intrinsic Value of a company)

Book values and ROE do help analysts evaluate companies, but they cannot be used as the primary means to determine a company's intrinsic value.

Intrinsic value refers to the present value of the company's expected future cash flows.

Intrinsic value can only be estimated as it is impossible to accurately predict the amount and timing of a company's future cash flows.

Astute investors aim to profit from differences between market prices and intrinsic values.

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