24 Jun 2021
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24 Jun 2021
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08 Jan 2021
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Many people might say just buy, but really it depends on what you see for the company. Valuations must be looked at with consideration for future growth. How much of the future growth is already priced in? How much more can the company grow? What will cause it to continue growing? What will cause it to NOT grow at the rate you're expecting?
Some 'easier' valuation methods are to comapre using P/S or P/E ratio (less recommended for high growth companies) to historical P/S or P/E ratio for the company as well as to its competitors.
Wanted to share a quote which I feel is quite relevant to your question - "it's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price" by Warren Buffett.
The stock market will always go up in the long term. So if you are always looking at the current sto...
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