When investing in stocks you make your money on the buy side. Consequently, it is vital that you know the best way to determine whether a stock is fairly valued (or not). With this video I will be revealing the best metric investors can use to know whether a stock they are interested in is a buy, hold or a sell. When you are empowered to know what a business is worth, you can then confidently invest in that business knowing that you will participate fully in the results it produces. If you overpay, you take on more risk and turn a great company into a mediocre or even losing investment. Conversely, if you can buy it at a bargain you can earn more than even the company generates on your behalf.
In the FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video I will be utilizing Visa (V), Southern Company (SO), Goldman Sachs (GS), Procter & Gamble (PG), PepsiCo (PEP), Honeywell (HON)
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