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A Step Forward

October 22nd, 2009 Posted by Stocks 1 comment

Investing Principles and Methods Series (IPMS), October 22, 2009

I want to outline a simple and direct way to figure out the value of the stocks or the company.

Taking into account there are a zillion ways to approach this task, I would much prefer the ‘simple’ method if I have to sacrifice the ‘direct’.  Yet it has to include all of the important elements I consider when I look at a company.

I currently have an approach I think is valuable, one that I have credited to Graham and Dodd.  I want to take this opportunity to simplify my old analytical routine, and add a few details that up to this point, I had every intention to, but for one reason or another, have not.

For the past few weeks, I have been pondering as the market is moving upwards.  While I do not particularly take the market into account during my valuation, the movement as massive as the late market surged is a cause for much consideration.

I don’t know who is reading as our site is still new.  I reckon if there is a reader out there, I owe you the next installment.  There is no way I would know for sure if ‘you’, actually exist. I’m rather lax the past weeks – focusing more of my time on the cosmetic of the site, rather precariously.

With this update behind us – I should have a concrete outline by tomorrow, an installment plan to this series.


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