Instead of P/BV only and P/E and Debt/Own capital, and other ratios like that could someone use instead:
- VAR/IVAR/TVAR ?
- Free Cash Flow
- Trend of Moving Average of Closing prices
in his arsenal? Simultaneously?
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Yes, I'm sure there are people who do look at these. Some of them probably make a profit on it too: amongst all the companies on the market undoubtedly at least some of the time they will correlate with buy/sell opportunities. I don't know of a reason why they would be good indicators in general though.
VAR is an absolute number. I guess you would divide it by total assets? It would give you some kind of rough measure of how aggressively their capital is deployed, perhaps? I don't know if it would be very reliable.