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Dukascopy historical data per-tick, bid and ask volume?

I am using Dukascopy's historical data. I am using a candlestick of 1 tick, volume units of "units," and chose TSLA data. Here is an example of the data: As you can see, the bid and ask ...
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price earning ratio and expected future profit

The P/E or price to earning ratio is a common tool to judge the relative price of shares. The trouble is that a high P/E ratio could be a sign of an overvalued stock but it could also just mean that ...
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Is NetPPE and Net Fixed Assets the same thing?

I'm trying to calculate the ratio mentioned in Greenblatt, Joel. The Little Book That Still Beats the Market by hands, and quote: Return on capital was measured by calculating the ratio of pretax ...
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How does an equity partnership relate to company's valuation?

I was recently made a partner in the firm that I work in. I received 15K shares at a face value of $0. I was told that a vesting would occur after 5 years where the anticipated vesting price would be $...
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Total shareholder return calculation

I have investments where I have added to them at various dates over several years and received dividends at various dates. I don't reinvest the dividends in the company but use them to invest across ...
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Stock prices rise due to index (SP500) inclusion means I should not buy index funds?

When a stock rises (either temporarily or permanently) before its inclusion into an index, that means index funds need to be purchasing the stock at inflated prices. Doesn't that mean when you ...
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Where do I find Post Money Valuations of Private Companies? [closed]

Where do I find Post Money Valuations of Private Companies? Ideally a free website, but paid ones would be fine too. Sometimes Crunchbase has them and sometimes they don't. For example, what is ...
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Acquisition/Share holding question

I am trying to figure out my share calculations. I have vested 10,000 shares in my company and they are a private tech company that seems to be on track to be acquired in the next six months. Do I get ...
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Evaluating whether a company is trading below cash...?

I'm trying to evaluate the stock $GEO...specifically if their trading below cash at the moment. *All figures sourced from Yahoo Finance Their total cash is 48.72 M and Total Debt is 1.99 Bn while ...
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What is it called when both price action and RSI are achieving lower lows?

I've been analyzing $NVTS and I'm confused on the RSI/Price Action. The price is going down and so is the RSI so their going in the same direction downward...What is it called when both price action ...
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How is the TSM ADRs USD value calculated?

1 share of TSM is supposed to be backed by 5 shares of 2330.TWSE, that is the TSMCs stocks trading in the Taiwan Stock Exchange. I just can't figure out the USD valuation: As an example, as of Oct 18, ...
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Money-Weighted Returns calculation clarification

I found out this is the calculation for the Money-Weighted Returns. From what I understand, PVO can also be seen as "Present Value of the portfolio". If this is the case, doesn't the right-...
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What does Ben Graham mean with this

In the Intelligent Investor graham says : ” investor should be able to count on the current 3.5% dividend return on his stocks and also an average annual appreciation of 4%. As we shall later explain ...
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Why are Market Cap Categories Not Consistent?

According to Investopedia, a "small cap" company is between $300M and $2Bn. However, on Fidelity, companies are marked as being "micro cap" until they have a market cap greater ...
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How can a quarter's net income loss can cause a positive diluted adjusted EPS for that quarter

Can someone please let me know how a net income loss lead to a positive diluted adjusted EPS. Recently a stock with ticker symbol UPST has announced Q2 2023 results in which there was a net income ...
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Why use NOPAT as numerator for ROIC

I have been researching online, and it appears that the prevailing recommendation is to use NOPAT (Net Operating Profit After Taxes) for calculating return on invested capital. The purpose of using ...
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When to use different valuation multiples

My basic question is this: I know that investors can use several different multiples when thinking about valuing companies (P/E, EV/EBITDA, EV/Sales, etc.) but how do you know when to use each one? E....
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GE historic stock price on DOD changed

My father owned GE stock and he died in November. In late November, for my appointment with the probate court, I looked up the closing stock price for the day he died. Unfortunately I downloaded the ...
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Is there a way to download the stock values of companies? [closed]

Recently, my bank approached me with an offer for an investment fund, its basket containing about thirty stocks. I wanted to know about the evolution of those stocks, so I tried looking for "...
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How can a company be losing money from year to year but have the same/increased cash and cash equivalents?

I am looking at a company (Uber) which to my knowlgede has no new investors. So how is it’s cash and cash equivalents slightly higher yoy. When it’s been losing money (yoy?
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Calculating stock prices falls and rises

Let's say I close my investment of $25 in a stock which is currently down from 313 to 123, I calculate my loss with this equation: ( ( Close - Open ) / Open ) * 100 = %change Which would leave me with ...
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(DCF valuation) Will the cashflows (per share) of company XYZ, every year in the future (2023...) be added up and go into its shares price every yr

In a DCF valuation, all the cash flows for "x" period of time are added up and discounted back. So let's say this companies share price is $1 and the streets expectations is that the ...
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Should stock price and P/E ratio increase when dividends increase?

In private conversation, someone told me that an increase in dividends should always increase stock price and P/E ratio, if all other factors remain unchanged. The "proof" involves the ...
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Discounted cash flow: meaning of terminal value formula

I am reading a book about stock valuation using fundamental analysis — Accounting for Value by Stephen Penman. The following discounted cash flow (DCF) formula appears in chapter 2 with almost no ...
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Do stock prices increase by the anticipated amount of the dividend in the period before the dividend is paid?

It is known that stock prices will fall by the amount of the dividend on the ex-dividend date: Do stock prices drop due to dividends? Does a stock really dip in price on the ex-dividend date? And why ...
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Why does a companies value not reflect all the revenue over the last couple of years (intrinsic value/DCF question)

Take a company like Ford , if you would go 10 years back and create a DCF with the earnings that ford has IN FACT made over the last 10 years your numbers would be quite over its current share price! ...
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How do you figure out why a stock has a price/book ratio of 0.07?

Value investing puts great emphasis on the book value of a stock, which is said to represent what the shares are worth. But how do you determine whether a book value is comparable to your stock value?...
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what is more to Market Capitalization formula?

I wonder what is more to Market Capitalization formula ? I am mostly an ETF investor, but follow some stocks with few # of shares and when I look at SPCE about 4-5 years ago its market capitalization ...
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When we invest in a corporation that has high capital expenditure every year but it is buying warehouses, is that less of a concern?

I think the usual idea is that capital expenditure that goes to $0 value is not usually a good thing. For example, if a company needs to buy 5 new fancy coffee maker for $800 every 5 years, and the ...
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Is the price-to-book ratio too arbitrary to be useful to investors?

Many financial portal websites show the price-to-book (P/B) ratio of companies. For example, Yahoo Finance shows this P/B ratio for TotalEnergies SE: Under IFRS (IAS 16 — Property, Plant and ...
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Where can I find Industry Standard Stock Prices? [closed]

I'm taking up Business Finance and part of my research project is to compare my assigned company's yearly stock prices to the industry standard. However, I do not know where to find this nor am I ...
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Can someone explain this discrepancy in Air France stock price vs. Air France ADR price?

So recently Air France decided to issue lots of new shares, to raise money, making its stock price plummet on the Paris exchange by more than 60%: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/AF.PA?p=AF.PA&....
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Relationship between interest rates and DCF discount rates

I've been reading that interest rates lower the over future cash flows of equities, hence their decline as money can be moved elsewhere for better returns. What is the direct relationship between ...
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Valuation Multiples for Growth Stocks

I recently started hearing about Valuation Multiples after the recent market drop. Many of the stocks which went higher during the pandemic have come down to 2019 level. ZM is an example. In 2020, ZM ...
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Combining DCF and P/B

If you have two companies with the same value according to DCF, but they differ in their equity. Let's assume company A has 1M USD in equity while company B has 0M USD equity. This means that company ...
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How can a company's equity go up when it doesn't generate a profit

There's a pattern I often see on companies balance sheets that I don't understand. The company will fail to generate a profit for the year, however their equity (assets - liabilities) increases. I'll ...
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Why did Prosus NV's PE ratio fall so sharply?

Consider the historical P/E ratio of Prosus N.V. ADR (OTC markets: PROSY): (source: https://ycharts.com/companies/PROSY/pe_ratio) (source: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/PROSY/data/pe-ratio) ...
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What is the relationship between the market cap, share price, and cash in the market?

Let's say that a company entered a stock market selling 1000 shares $1K each in total $1M. What would need to happen in order to double the price of a share? Are both scenarios valid? 1st Additional $...
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What does overvalued stock do when a company goes out of business?

So what does overvalued stock do? My assumption is that if a company decides to close its shop tomorrow, then it would give us less money compared to what actually overvalued stock is representing. ...
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Buffett believes Bitcoin has no value and no future. Isn't it the same with stocks? [duplicate]

Just listened to Warren Buffett's thoughts on Bitcoin and he claims that Bitcoin is a non-producing asset which has no value. Buffet also points out that it is just the hope that others will be ...
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What is the "Stock/Equity Ratio"?

I'm reading the Intelligent Investor and I found this: Stock/Equity Ratio. This is the ratio of the market price of the junior stock issues* to the total face amount of the debt, or the debt plus ...
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Where does the formula for terminal value come from?

I am a beginner investor and I had this doubt in DCF models of valuation. Where does the formula for terminal value even come from? Like I have seen this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
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Stock Analysis Equation Questions

I am a newer value investor and I am trying to slowly learn. I came across these equations and I am not able to find for sure online or in the books I have available what these abbreviations/acronyms ...
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Intrinsic value of a stock which pays out dividend

I want to find the intrinsic value of a stock which pays out dividend but not a significant amount. In particular, is there a way to incorporate the dividend payout in the discounted cash flow ...
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Will Didi make a profit from listing and delisting on the New York Stock Exchange?

You can find the news on all the media. Didi is planning to delist from the New York Stock Exchange after only six months. It floated shares for a value about 4 billions dollars last June. If they buy ...
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What is the significance of the valuation ratio EV/EBIDTA for investors?

I am new to stock market. I have a really basic doubt. Hope someone can solve it here I recently came across a valuation ratio which is EV/EBIDTA. Lets say there are two companies A and B. A wants to ...
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Does the stock price drop if one of the largest shareholders of the company sells all their shares?

I don't know if it makes sense, I'm just wondering about its logic. For instance, Elon Musk has a huge amount of Tesla shares and right now he is selling his shares like a madman. Does the Tesla stock ...
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Does buying stock have time duration that automatically sell after the period end? If not, how are people losing to stock? [duplicate]

I'm totally new to the stock market. I don't understand how some people do not win with stocks. If you decide to sell your stock whenever you want to, then why can't you wait for long period of time (...
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How do early-stage share prices of companies going public via SPAC change?

I currently have a number of series C, non-voting shares (< 1000) in a company that would go public via SPAC on this Monday. Since the price of each unit of SPAC is always price at $10 per unit for ...
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How to evaluate an index? (other than PE based approach)

I am looking to invest in passive funds. In India there are least 5 popular indexes (Nifty 50, Nifty Next 50, Nifty MidCap 50, Nifty MidCap 100, etc.,). I am trying to find the most undervalued index ...
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