I see tipranks provides stock target price. But how do experts determine a stock target price? I assume they use public information, such as financial statement and models. If anyone knows more details, please share.

  • OK, I'm no expert but give me any stock symbol that you like and I'll give you a target price. Ignoring my momentary clairvoyance, what makes you think that Tipranks is an expert and can accurately predict future price? Or anyone else for that matter? – Bob Baerker Oct 11 at 2:25
  • I understand your point. But, I am just curious what kind methods they use to calculate the target price. Of course, no model or calculation is perfect. I just want to know the calculation process. – Jerry Zhang Oct 11 at 22:43
  • I think after I know their calculation process, I will understand their pros and cons. This is my point. – Jerry Zhang Oct 11 at 23:18
  • You can answer your own question by reading books about "financial modeling" and "valuation". – Flux Oct 12 at 7:34
  • Do you have any particular books in your mind that you think are very useful? – Jerry Zhang Oct 12 at 15:26

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