This table gives the user a very easy way of seeing many valuation metrics. I also included the 5 year median of the price to sales and price to earnings ratios. Then I calculated the percent difference between the median and the current ratio. This gives a sense of whether or not a stock is over valued or under valued based on historical data. The other ratios...
This script is an original implementation of a Fundamental Value and Dividend Growth Investing Strategy for traders who want to incorporate these concepts in their trading decisions. The script uses technical indicators to determine buy and sell signals based on a set of criteria.
To use the script, traders can input various parameters, such as the length of the...
ValueView is a script designed to cater to the needs of value investors. Its primary purpose is to provide a comprehensive overview of the financial performance of a stock, making it easier for investors to assess the intrinsic value and potential investment opportunities.
The script displays a concise summary of essential...
This indicator will tell you whether the security you are looking at is overvalued or undervalued using a company's total assets and their market cap. In theory, a company's total assets is everything that they own, which then should technically be how much the company is worth. Therefore, if the company's market cap is higher than their total assets, the...
# What's this script?
Plot BookValue/share and TangibleBookValue/share
Visualization of Price Bands for Acceptable P/E and P/B
Adaptation to Currency Change
When TTM(FQ) financial data is not available, FY financial data is used to supplement the TTM(FQ) data.
P/E : acceptable price ratio of Earnings per share. Default is 15
There are many method of measuring value of stock. However I'm proposing most basic stock valuation based on Book Value, Earnings , Dividends and Money Supply:
SV = (BVPS + EPS + DPS ) * ( M3 /M1)
BVPS = Book Value Per Share (Asset - Liability)
EPS = Earnings Per Share
DPS = Dividends Per Share
M3 = M3 Money Supply (Money Market)
M1 = M1 Money Supply (Base...
A simple indicator that displayers as a table, telling you whether or not the stock you have selected has a current price that is less than 67% of the company's net current asset value per share (NCAVPS) at its last reporting period (FQ, FY, TTM).
Benjamin Graham uses this 67% rule to decide whether or not a stock is significantly undervalued, and studies have...
OGT Intrinsic Value Indicator
This indicator will show you visually the intrinsic value of a stock. Intrinsic value aims to measure of what an asset is worth. There are a number of intrinsic valuation models where this TradingView indicator uses an earnings valuation model.
There are 4 inputs to the model:
1) EPS trailing 12 months (ttm) - the first step is to...
This indicator will acquire the financial data provided by Tradview.
the data is compare between Quarter, Annual and TTM in term of percent of growth.
YoY, QoQ and CAGR is also available by this script (The minimum is 4).
in addition, ploting of data, label and table also available (you can check the mark to toggle on / off).
Data : Revenue, Net Income,...
■ Income Statement Ratio
This script will provide how distribution of income statement of a comany is.
it also allows us to see a clear picture how the business of a company develop.
For example TESLA.
in term of value, its revenue is 13,757K in the last quarter and it seam to be stable.
while the cost of goods sold (COGS) also increase.
In term of...
Creating candles from value stats as an experiment. These candles will almost always follow price candles except when there is a deviation.
Strategies based on buying the dips can be applied better on value candles. This is because, drop in value candles imply real bargain whereas drop in price candles can also be due to some other factors.
We can clearly see in...
Here is another attempt to chase value based on technical analysis.
This is extended version of PE range script published earlier.
Instead of just PE, this script contains several other factors which defines value. You can chose which factor to look at from input dialog:
Possible value factors included in this script are:
Price to Earnings
Net current asset value per share (NCAVPS) is a measure created by Benjamin Graham as one means of gauging the attractiveness of a stock. A key metric for value investors, NCAVPS is calculated by taking a company's current assets and subtracting total liabilities.
NCAVPS = Current Assets - (Total Liabilities + Preferred Stock) ÷ Shares Outstanding.
This is an Tradingview implementation of the Grahams Formula as described in Benjamin Grahams book "The Intelligent Investor".
In theory this can be used to screen for over- and undervalued stocks, however as Graham himself notes, you should look into other fundamentals when using them in conjunction with Grahams formula.
Intrinsic value calculator based on Warren Buffet's and Ben Graham's work
In value investing determing the true value of a COMPANY instead of a stock price is crucial.
This little indicator shows the "Intrinsic value" of the choosen stock meaning the value of the stock in 10 years time. Calculation is based on historical book value's average annual growth...