Everyone knows EPS is earnings per share but how to use it effectively to invest in stocks? What if I say Page Industries is one of the cheaper stock to invest into?
You don’t need to be a financial expert to make money from market. This is what I have been telling everybody but one question that I get quite often in my mail as well as in Do It Yourself Technical Analysis Members Forum area is – How do I pick the right stocks from thousands of stocks that are being traded in the market.
Couple of day’s back I got a very interesting question in my inbox from Usman a reader of eBook and blog – can you help me in calculating the fair price of a share
In my previous post I suggested how you can calculate yourself support and resistance for stocks but stops and resistance I prefer to avoid when I do time based investment.
The discounted cash flow (or DCF) approach describes a method of valuing a project, company, or financial asset using the concepts of the time value of money. All future cash flows are estimated and discounted to give them a present value.