Overview Fair Value Calculators:

Fair Value Calculators

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Simple Fair Value Calculator

Insert earnings per share and revenue growth to estimate the stock's Fair Value.

Advanced Fair Value Calculator

Use 7 different metrics to define a more accurate Fair Value.

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Overview Financial Ratios Calculators:

Price Ratios

Further calculators for the most common financial ratios that determine wether a stock is cheap or expensive.

P/B (Price to Book) Ratio

Compare a firm's market capitalization to its book value (= total assets - liabilities.)

P/E (Price to Earnings) Ratio

Measures the current share price relative to the company's earnings per share.

P/CF (Price to Cashflow) Ratio

Measures the current share price relative to the company's cashflow per share.

P/S (Price to Sales) Ratio

This sales multiple compares the company's stock price to its revenue per share.

PEG (Price -Earnings -Growth) Ratio

The PEG Ratio combines the P/E Ratio with the estimated company's growth.

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Profitability Ratios

Measure how efficient a management is at generating income and how effective a company can turn its equity into profits using these calculators.

ROE (Return on Equity) Ratio

ROE measures the profitability calculated by dividing income by shareholders' equity.

EBIT Margin Profitability

EBIT margin measures how efficiently a company converts its revenue into profit.

Debt Ratios

These key ratios indicated by our calculators show whether a company has too much debt.

Debt to Equity Ratio

Measures a firm's leverage and divides a company's liabilities by its shareholder equity

Dynamic Gearing (Debt Repayment Period)

This ratio shows how long the company theoretically would need to pay off its debt.

Dividend Yield

The dividend a company pays out to investors as a percentage of the share price.

Dividend Yield

Tells the percentage of a company's share price that it pays out in dividends.


Utilize These Calculators for Effective Financial Planning and Future Return Simulations

Stock Return Calculator

Calculate the total over time stock return of your stock investment.

Interest Compound Calculator

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These are the most import financial Key Ratios to value a stock:

These are the most important fundamental key figures for the valuation of a company in fundamental stock analysis. Our tools will help you to find these fundamental key data for every stock in the world.

Revenue: Shows the company’s total revenue.

Profit margins: show the percentage of sales that remain as profit.

EBITDA: shows earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.

EBIT: shows earnings before interest and taxes.

Net Debt: shows the ratio of debt to equity.

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E): shows the ratio of stock price to earnings per share. A lower P/E ratio can indicate that a stock is undervalued and higher future growth is expected.

Price to Book Ratio (P/B): shows the ratio of stock price to book value per share. A lower P/B ratio can indicate that a stock is undervalued compared to the book value of its assets. 

It’s important to note that no single metric is a reliable indicator of the future course of a stock price. It’s best to use a combination of various metrics to get a comprehensive picture of a company’s financial position. Additionally, you should also take into consideration other factors such as industry, economic conditions, and political developments in your considerations. It is important to note that none of these metrics are meaningful when viewed on their own, but must always be seen in the context of other metrics and factors.

Relevant fundamental metrics for stock predictions:

There are many fundamental metrics that are considered relevant for predicting the future course of a stock price in studies. Here are some of the most commonly used metrics:

Revenue Growth: Higher revenue growth suggests positive business development and can affect the stock price.

Earnings Growth: Higher earnings growth can indicate a strong financial position and positive future development, affecting the stock price. 

Dividend Yield: A higher dividend yield can indicate a stable financial position and positive future prospects, affecting the stock price.

Investopedia is a great source for further information about financial Key Ratios. 

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