TICKERdash 50 Largest US Stocks_ Jun 2020 compressedThis publication compiles valuation report for 50 largest US stocks. It features visualised financial data of each stock from the past 10 years and calculates their intrinsic value using pre-programmed Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) and Dividend Discount Model (DDM) formulas in the dashboard.
Analyzing a stock used to be a tedious and cognitive draining process at the quantitative level. To understand the company’s track record, one often had to look at the financial statements (Income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statements) from past 10 years. Very often, one find himself/herself cross-analyzing the different reports and across publications of different years to grasp the state the company. A smart investor would compile the 10-year data or find a website that provides it to make your analysis easier. Even so, the real work has only just started. Additionally, it is draining to mentally visualize and infer information from the number. Not a pleasant process for most people. The first 3 sections of the report visualises the financial data in intuitive layout.
How do you define stocks trading at undervaluation when the intrinsic value is not known? Using traditional method on paper, it takes hours to calculate the intrinsic values as it involves extraction of pertinent numbers from financial sites and financial reports, calculations, and double checking the math. The last section of the report features a valuation of the stock using empirical based Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) and Dividend Discount Model (DDM) calculation.
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