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How to Value Growth Stocks

2021-03-11

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Valuing High Growth Stocks Growth stocks are a different breed, and they cannot be valued in the same way you value average businesses. When you are looking at regular businesses, the company’s current valuation is a primary consideration. This is typically measured utilizing metrics such as the P/E ratio, price to cash flows, price to […]

The Right Way to Value Growth Stocks: Part 3

2019-12-11

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 Introduction In part 2 of this series I focused on how to value slow and moderately growing businesses. In this article, Part 3, I will shift my focus on how to value faster growing companies (growth stocks).  My definition of a fast grower (growth stock) is one that has consistently compounded earnings at 15% per annum or […]

$CCL Carnival Corp.: Great Value Maybe Great Yield

2019-07-30

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Introduction At first glance, this company qualifies as both a blue-chip and a high-yield opportunity that is simultaneously deeply undervalued.  However, what we often see on the surface does not always reflect the deeper issues that may be lurking. From a business point of view, Carnival Corp. is cruising right along.  In contrast, price action […]

When is the PEG Ratio Superior to the P/E Ratio? Part 2

2016-11-03

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Introduction Financial metrics such as P/E ratios, price to cash flow ratios, PEG ratios, price to sales ratios, price to book value, and many others, should be thought of as tools in the investor’s toolbox.  They can all be useful when appropriately utilized towards putting together a successful stock portfolio.  However, just as you wouldn’t […]

Is Facebook a Screaming Buy Or Sell?

2016-02-26

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Introduction This article is directed to the individual investor concerned with achieving the highest possible total return.  The highest total return will typically come from a true growth stock simply because a faster growing company is worth more than a slower growing company past, present and future.  On the other hand, for that statement to […]

Celgene: A Primer on Growth Stock Value Investing (GARP): Part 2

2015-11-13

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Introduction This article is the second in a two-part series on applying the principles of value investing.  In part 1 found here my primary focus was on the benefits of investing in fundamentally strong dividend growth stocks when they are out of favor, and therefore, undervalued as a result.  In this part 2, I will […]

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