Benjamin Graham

Tuesday, 12th April 2016

Value investor’s guide to company valuation

Written by George Traganidas Topics: Books, Stock Investing

Company Valuation

The job of an investor in the stock of a company is to estimate a fair value for the company and then determine if the stock is trading for more or less than that price in the market. Buying companies for less than they are worth in the market is the basis of value investing. This style of investing became popular with Benjamin Graham and many people continue to practice it with success.

This post is based on the teachings of Bruce Greenwald. Bruce Greenwald is a professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and he holds the post that Benjamin Graham did. Bruce continues to teach company valuation based on the principles that Ben pioneered. The information in this post is drawn from Bruce’s lectures in Columbia, his book “Value Investing: From Graham to Buffett and Beyond” and from various presentations and talk he gave.[…]

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Saturday, 23rd March 2013

How to value a business

Written by George Traganidas Topics: Stock Investing, Wealth Building

There seems to be a lot of confusion and discussion on how to value a business and determine what is a fair price to pay. If you are wondering whether to buy a share or the whole business you must be able to answer a simple question. How much is the value of the business and is the current price fair? After all a stock is part ownership of a business.

So let’s start from the beginning. Valuing a business is an eight step process and it takes time and effort.[…]

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