Obtaining the necessary degree of confidence in valuation entails just a few quantitative inquiries.… Financial statements must enable you to answer three questions about a business:
— How likely is it the business will be able to pay its debts as they come due?
— How well is management running the business?
— What is it worth?
These principles may seem basic, but keeping a focus on these questions when evaluating a stock can go a long way toward getting a grounded sense of a stock’s real value. It requires steady discipline to keep perspective on such fundamentals, while looking at other, more complex measures and analyzing prospective stocks. This is part of the philosophy subscribers will find in each issue of SmallCap Informer, along with recommendations of specific stocks to consider for investment.
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