One of the quickest ways to check the valuation of a stock is to look at its price-to-earnings ratio (P/E), also known as the earnings multiple. This is probably the most common and efficient way to assess whether or not you are paying too much for a stock. This article will explain how to quickly […]
For each stock analysis I perform on my blog or for my portfolios, I always include a section about valuation. This article covers how I use the dividend discount model for my stock analysis. To be honest, the valuation part of my analysis is not my favorite… and not the most important either in my […]
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