Calculator and database for fair values of stocks.
Find out the true value of stocks. Aim of this investing strategy for stocks is to invest in stocks with a higher intrinsic value than their latest stock price. On
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With the Fair Value Calculator, you can see what a stock is really worth and put together your own portfolio of undervalued, cheap stocks. You can use the free calculators or use the Portfolio Manager to assemble your own Fair Value stock portfolio. The Portfolio Manager gives you instructions on how to build a diversified stock portfolio of cheap stocks. The best part is that you do not need any previous knowledge and putting together a well-balanced portfolio is child's play. Just follow the steps in the Portfolio Manager. Once you have compiled your portfolio, you can transfer the created stock list to your Real Money Stock Portfolio. Should an action in your depot be necessary we will inform you automatically by email.
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