Value investors keep looking at the signs of a market crash. Why? Because they make more money during a crash than in normal times. It… Read More »Signs of A Market Crash – Look Our For These Warning Indicators
Generally, for banks and lenders, the asset coverage ratio (ACR) is one way to check the loan-friendliness of the company. Investors can also use the concept of… Read More »Asset Coverage Ratio (ACR): ACR as a share price valuation tool
[Updated] Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method is a better way of intrinsic value calculation. But why Intrinsic Value is required? Because based on it, one can judge… Read More »Discounted Cash Flow (DCF): How to use it for Stock Valuation?
[This article comes in a series of articles written about the fundamental analysis]. People who are interested in long term investing in stocks knows about… Read More »Financial Ratio Analysis: How to interpret ratios to analyse a company?
Residual income method is a unique and a comparatively easier way to estimate intrinsic value of companies. What makes it unique is the factor called… Read More »Residual Income Method: A great way to estimate intrinsic value of companies
Free Cash Flow (FCF) is an improved version of net profit (PAT). What is easily available in company’s financial statement is PAT. But FCF must… Read More »Free Cash Flow: How To Calculate FCF From Financial Statements [Calculator]
The formula which is used to calculate dividend yield is simple. Dividend yield equals dividend per share divided by price. But what makes the dividend… Read More »Interesting things about dividend yield formula