S&P 500 ^GSPC 5,071.63 +0.02%
Tesla TSLA $162.13 +12.06%
Nvidia NVDA $796.77 -3.33%
Amazon AMZN $176.59 -1.64%
Apple AAPL $169.02 +1.27%
Alphabet GOOG $161.10 +0.74%
Meta META $493.50 -0.52%
Microsoft MSFT $409.06 +0.37%

Investors! 😁

How do you calculate, or what do you use to create your "fair" share price?

There are various guides on the web. Furthermore, many investors get paid for this and then send you quite complicated spreadsheets, respectively where you have to supply really clouds of numbers from the company's financial statements...

I understand that a thorough valuation takes time, all the numbers and further the result is different anyway, because we then put into the calculations our estimate of future growth + some of that "cushion", margin of safety.

But my question is more to you now in that, don't you have some, ( even though it may not be that accurate) estimate that is quick? ...When you just have enough stocks you follow, read news about their happenings and now based on maybe just a few factors you want to make a quick guess, is the price overbought or not? Or maybe you just need different ratios like P/E,P/B,ROE and so on? ... because here too it depends on the type of company and the ratio may not be crucial for the evaluation. 🤔

I know I'm probably going to mess up heads with this, but I'm just looking for a good but simple way to navigate this effectively, especially faster. 😊 Thanks for the different opinions. 👍

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