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Computerized Investing > May/June 2007

Stock Valuation Spreadsheet

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

Readers of Computerized Investing know that there is an unending choice of Web sites and software packages for stock analysis. However, there is a relative lack of services out there to help you find the “fair” value of a stock.

Furthermore, there is not always the need for a complex, and potentially expensive, software package or Web service to perform the desired analysis. Many investors still use a spreadsheet program to perform the bulk of their investment tracking and analysis.

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Discussion

David from CA posted over 3 years ago:

Spreadsheet appears to be corrupted?


Jae Jun from WA posted about 1 year ago:

You can also get a more complete and automated valuation spreadsheets from https://www.oldschoolvalue.com that downloads 10 years of financials and performs multiple valuation methods.


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