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Transactional mathematical process behind stock value ?

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17/05/2021 - 03:30

Unsure if this is the correct sub but asking away anyway :D I'm interested in better understanding the maths behind the computation of the values of a given stock. Not ROI or anything related to investment strategies. The stock market is a transaction based system, people buy and sell (with different mechanisms) and a stock value fluctuates based on those transactions. Assuming that a stock is worth $100 when buying what is the mathematical process to compute the stock value after one transaction ? What are the parameters that are being considered ? I saw many things about evaluating the value of the stock for pre-IPO companies and I know that in some occasions actual people can do some arbitration on them but it seems very unlikely that this is not already automatized. Any pointers or resources you could recommend with an emphasis on the theory and not stock investing practice ?   submitted by   /u/ExpertBananaThrower [link]   [comments]


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  42. New to the stocks but I have been patient and now it’s paying off. NOT GOING TO SELL NOW “The stock market is designed to transfer money from the inpatient to the patient” - i don’t fucking know who said that but trust the process. GME ???? (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  43. ETA2021-29 - New Timing: Nasdaq to Implement Enhancements to the Opening Cross Process (16/04/2021 - Nasdaq Trader)
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  44. ETA2021-15 - Updated Timing: Nasdaq to Implement Enhancements to the Opening Cross Process (04/03/2021 - Nasdaq Trader)
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  45. Failure of the fund to meet margin commitments, Credit Suisse and a number of other banks are in the process of exiting positions (29/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    A significant US-based hedge fund defaulted on margin calls made last week by Credit Suisse and certain other banks. Following the failure of the fund to meet these margin commitments, Credit Suisse and a number of other banks are in the process of exiting these positions. https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/CREDIT-SUISSE-GROUP-AG-9364979/news/Credit-Suisse-nbsp-Trading-Update-32822943/   submitted by   /u/comart [link]   [comments]
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  46. How stock brokers are redefining trading for millennials using technology (30/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The affordability of smartphones and internet services, coupled with a zeal to secure an individual’s future through investing, is leading to a revolutionary change in the thought process behind personal finance.
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  47. How do you analyze growth stocks? (13/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Still a decently new trader, I’ve been getting into more serious fundamental analysis to determine the stocks I want to hold in my portfolio. I mainly look at companies from a free cash flow perspective and compare EV/EBITA to the industry to look for undervalued stocks. But how about growth companies? Most of these companies are trading at much higher multiples, a lot of them are not profitable and have negative EBITA. For example, RBLX jumped from 60 to 90 a few weeks ago, while having a EV/Revenue multiple of 36x. How do you even go about figuring out a good entry price for some of these stocks? I want to know because I’m young and can take on riskier investments into some of these high growth companies, but being the logical person that I am, I at least want some way to mathematical reason a fair point of entry!   submitted by   /u/foyerhead [link]   [comments]
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  48. I created a tool that Automates 80% of the DCF process. Sharing in case anyone is interested too. (02/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    A DCF is basically how you find the intrinsic value of a stock. I got sick of typing in same stuff for Aswath Damodaran's DCF sheets so I decided to automate a large part of it. Here's an example I did for AAPL: tracktak.com/stock/aapl-us/discounted-cash-flow It's based on Aswath Damodaran's fcffginzu DCF spreadsheet: http://www.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/pc/fcffsimpleginzu.xlsx Thanks   submitted by   /u/krisolch [link]   [comments]
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  49. Thought process behind profitable stocks right now (02/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With an unprejudiced unbiased view of the market and narrowing down on stocks to trade, how does one land on the profitable stock at the moment to trade? May be an obvious question to ask, but rather than trading just the tickers you like for private reasons what sentiment, statistics, market knowledge do you use to locate a sector - more specifically a stock in that sector - that would be profitable in the near future?   submitted by   /u/itsbnf [link]   [comments]
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