Value Investing Based On Net Asset Value

For those who are serious in investing for the long run, it might be interesting to look at the financial ratio, Net Asset Value (NAV). NAV is basically the value of the company owned by shareholders after paying off all of its liabilities. A value investor like Warren Buffett and …

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Introduction To ShareInvestor Educational Series

Dear Members
We have always received lots of queries from our users. While some of these are on the usage of our various tools and services, a large number of the queries are on the interpretation of the various financial data (for example what does “Dividend Payout Ratio” means) in our …

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What Is Price/Earnings (P/E) Ratio?

What Is Price/Earnings (P/E) Ratio? 
Price/Earnings (P/E) is a valuation metric based upon the expected future earnings of the company as perceived by the market. Expressed as a price multiple of the Earnings Per Share (EPS), the multiple represents the number of years of today’s earnings it would take for the …

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What Is Beta (ß) And How Do We Use It?

What is Beta?
The Beta (ß) of a stock or portfolio is a historical measure describing the relations of the volatility of its returns an investor is exposed to as compared to the entire market as a whole.
A stock market itself has a beta of 1.00 and stocks are measured on how …

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