This Is The Best Metric To Use To Value Stocks

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When investing in stocks you make your money on the buy-side. Consequently, it is vital that you know the best way to determine whether a stock is fairly valued (or not). With this video, I will be revealing the best metric investors can use to know whether a stock they are interested in is a buy, hold or a sell. When you are empowered to know what a business is worth, you can then confidently invest in that business knowing that you will participate fully in the results it produces. If you overpay, you take on more risk and turn a great company into a mediocre or even losing investment. Conversely, if you can buy it at a bargain you can earn more than even the company generates on your behalf.

In the FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video I will be utilizing Visa (V), Southern Company (SO), Goldman Sachs (GS), Procter & Gamble (PG), PepsiCo (PEP), Honeywell (HON).

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Disclaimer: The opinions in this article are for informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell the stocks mentioned or to solicit ...

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William K. 1 month ago Member's comment

This valuable information would have been much easier to absorb from if it had been presented in a textual format. Videos are good for entertainment.

Danny Straus 1 month ago Member's comment

Possibly, though I prefer videos since it let's met multi-task - listen while doing other work. People have different preferences, though I suppose a transcript or written summary could have satisfied us both.

William K. 1 month ago Member's comment

If an article is worth my time to read it then it gets my full attention, rather than just a sort of listening while doing something else. Multi-tasking is a fallacy, it is wasting time because at least one of the activities is not worth much attention.

When a presentation, text or otherwise, is worth my attention then it gets full attention, rather than just being so much monkey chatter in the background. Presentations in this venue are either worth my focus or ignored completely. And if I choose to learn from some article that usually means slowing down to understand and absorb the education. That is quite a challenge if the presenter is racing through some dialog.