# Category: Stock Analysis

Stock Analysis

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Stock Analysis

### The Magic Formula of Stock Screening by Joel Greenblatt

The purpose of this blog is to highlight the use of the Magic Formula. Joel Greenblatt published the concept in his book called “The Little

Stock Analysis

### Stock’s Engine: Analyze Stocks Online [India]

The purpose of this blog is to highlight how a user can use The Stock’s Engine to analyze stocks online. One of my acquaintances was

Stock Analysis

### Altman Z-Score Model – Interpret and Find Potential Bankrupt Companies

We as stock investors would like to invest in a financially stable company. What is the measure of an unstable company? A company that is

Stock Analysis

### Shortlist Quality Companies For Long-Term Investing

If you’ve landed on this page, it means you’ve searched for quality companies to invest in for the long term. In this article, we learn how

Stock Analysis

### Return on Equity (ROE) – Understanding & Interpretation of The Ratio

What is Return on Equity (ROE)? It is a financial ratio that is calculated by dividing net profit (PAT) by the total shareholder’s funds (Net

Stock Analysis

### Relative Price Valuation – A Method To Compare Stocks & Judge Its Value

Performing stocks analysis by comparison method is relative valuation. We can compare a company’s valuation multiples with its industry average or with its peers. This valuation approach is easy but there are limitations…

Valuation Models

### Net Present Value Calculation: Estimating Intrinsic Value [All Steps]

The mathematics side of Net Present Value estimation is complicated. Hence, we’ve implemented the whole algorithm in our stock screener. Nevertheless, this article explains my NPV algorithm in full detail.

Stock Analysis

### ROCE Formula | Two Components | EBIT | Capital Employed

ROCE (Return on Capital Employed) is a financial ratio. ROCE formula has two components, EBIT and Capital Employed. EBIT represents the profit, and Capital Employed

Stock Analysis

### Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR): Deeper Understanding and Interpretation of SGR

Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) is the growth rate that a firm’s current profit levels can sustain on its own (Self financeable growth). Suppose a company’s