Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Ordina Benjamin Graham intrinsic value valuation

As I work through the AAX constituents, I notice that companies with a low stock price under say 5 Euros are often not Money Making Machines. There is some logic to that, if the company is getting more valuable the price of stock increases and vice versa.

Dividend: 0,02/1,6 = < 2%

Sales are ok, Current Ratio of 1 is too low, no long term debt, earnings yield of 2% is too low. The company lost money in 2013 and 2015. Book value is 1,6. Not a stock for the Defensive Investor.

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