By abhijit choudhary
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Tap a formula, type the company and see the intrinsic value. No messing around with Excel sheets or mining for data. Valuing stocks, made easy.
EasyValue calculates the intrinsic value of any stock using the formula of your choice, gathering all necessary data automatically. On top of intrinsic value calculations, EasyValue offers key data such as P/E, P/B and dividend yield.
“Finally - an Intrinsic Value App That Simply Works"
●Calculate Intrinsic Value Automatically
●Use Data and Intrinsic Value to track Stocks in a Watch List
●Get Buy, Sell and Hold Recommendations
●Access Real-Time Quotes (in-app purchase)
■ Graham Intrinsic Value - Featured in Graham’s book, The Intelligent Investor. Best used by investors familiar with Graham. Simplifies the intrinsic value calculation without losing accuracy.
■ Graham Number - Not created by Graham himself, but was named after him because it uses his methodology. It is seen as a valuable tool in identifying undervalued stocks.
■ User Adjusted - Every investor is different. No other app can tailor to your individual needs. User Adjusted allows you to adjust a basic formula that measures growth and value. You can adjust how much emphasis, or weight, is put on each. Growth being what the company is expected to be, and value what the stock is like right now.
■ ReturnResale - Proprietary, professional-grade stock evaluator. More reliable than other formulas because it uses many variables in the calculation - a great way to avoid value traps. The calculations are based on measuring how much return the investor will receive while holding the stock added to how much the investor can resell the stock for at the end of the investment.
Finally - an Intrinsic Value App That Simply Works
No glitches, no crashes, on a first release! This app allows a quick glance at stocks I am evaluating without being tied to my computer spreadsheets. Two suggestions: 1. Provide a way to toggle sort by potential gain, loss and alphabetical. 2. Don't add any other bells and whistles. Too many good apps get improved to death. Good job!
Very good but imperfect
The original graham formula is not good at identifying undervalued stocks, however it is good at showing overvalued ones. The modern graham formula is good at identifying undervalued stocks though. So using these two formulas in conjunction will give you a fairly reliable indication of their value.
I would recommend adding more financial data that the user can view.
I'm a long time investor and work in the financial field. I came across this app recently and took a look. Surprisingly easy to use and helpful. Excellent and quick way to find data I use to value stocks.