Description: The Revenue Grid indicator helps traders and investors visualize a stock’s valuation by plotting horizontal lines based on its price-to-sales (P/S) ratio. This tool displays how the stock price compares to multiples of its total revenue per share, giving a clear perspective on valuation benchmarks. Fundamental Concept: The price-to-sales ratio...

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Stock Valuation based on Book Value, Dividends, Cashflow, Earnings and Estimates and Money Multiplier There are many ways to measure stock valuations: some methods are using book value, some are using dividends, some are using cashflow, some are using earnings and some using estimates data. Most of these valuation methods are based on multiplier effect which...

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A variation of the P/S ratio, this script takes the future estimated revenue of the current stock versus it's Market Cap. It then compares the aforementioned Market Cap:Revenue ratio against a market bellwether's corresponding ratio (MSFT by default) to determine the following: - Light green when the ratio is extremely low (Stock is very undervalued) - Green when...

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This indicator is designed to provide a valuation perspective based on a specified length and deviations from a base value. This code calculates fair value levels relative to a chosen source (typically closing prices) using simple moving averages (SMA) or exponential moving averages (EMA). Please note that this is purely educational and should not be considered...

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The BTC Valuation indicator is a powerful tool designed to assist traders and analysts in evaluating the current state of Bitcoin's market valuation. By leveraging key moving averages and a logarithmic trendline, this indicator offers valuable insights into potential buying or selling opportunities based on historical price value. Key Features: 200MA/P...

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Introduction: This simple indicator offers insights into the relationship between stock prices and earnings, aiding in the assessment of valuation dynamics during different periods. Understanding Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio: The commonly used Price to Earnings (P/E) ratio, calculated as Current Price divided by Earnings Per Share (EPS) over the trailing 12...

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Introducing the ∑ MVRV Z-Score by AlgoAlpha, a dynamic and sophisticated tool designed for traders seeking to gain an edge in INDEX:BTCUSD analysis. This script employs advanced statistical techniques on Bitcoin On-Chain data to offer a deeper understanding of market conditions, focusing on valuation extremes and momentum trends. Let's explore the features...

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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...

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This simple indicator calculates and provides insights into different performance metrics of an asset - Sharpe, Sortino and Omega Ratios in particular. It allows users to customize the lookback period and select their preferred data source for evaluation of an asset. Sharpe Ratio: The Sharpe Ratio measures the risk-adjusted return of an asset by considering...

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This indicator is used to estimate Index valuation based on each countries base money supply M0. The chart will compare how the index value will move alongside with base money supply for comparison study. The chart presented here is just a relative comparison with some scaling and shifting so it doesn't refers to any real measurement. However it can be used to...

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Valuation Rainbow © danny_peanuts Stock value based on Book Value, Earnings, Dividends and Money Multiplier SV = (BVPS + EPS + DPS) * MM BVPS = Book Value Per Share EPS = Earnings Per Share DPS = Dividends Per Share MM = Money Multiplier - Integer Number from 1,2,3, ... ,7 There are multiple ways of valuing the stock. Book value...

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The indicator for calculating and visualizing the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) for a selected stock. It uses the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) with a margin of safety and the Free Cash Flow (FCF) calculation for cash flow analysis. The DCF is calculated by summing the discounted annual FCFs over a 10-year period. The chart color depends on the value of...

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Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) demonstrates how to calculate the Cost of Equity for an underlying asset using Pine Script. This script will only work on the monthly timeframe. While you can change the default inputs, you should study what CAPM is and how this works before doing so. This indicator pulls various types of data from SPY from various timeframes...

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Market Beta/Beta Coefficient for CAPM is not so much an indicator as it is a value to be used in future indicators to forecast stock prices using the Capital Asset Pricing Model, CAPM. CAPM is used by the likes of value investors such as Warren Buffet and valuation/accounting/investment banking firms. More specifically, CAPM is typically used in Discounted...

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Gives a sneak peak into some of the important financial ratios described below: 1. P/E : price to earnings ratio (Green when P/E<15) 2. PEG: Price to earnings growth ratio (Green when PEG<1) 3. P/S: Price to sales ratio (Green when P/S<2) 4. EV/FCF: Enterprise Value to Free Cashflow ratio 5. OPM: Operating Profit Margin % (Green when OPM>15%) 6. D/E: Debt to...

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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...

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Compare the relative valuation of up to 8 tickers. By taking a shorter term moving average and dividing by a longer term moving average(optionally with an offset) we get a value that is either above or below 1. Easy to tell what is undervalued and overvalued with this setup. Useful for comparing different asset classes or sector specific securities looking for...

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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...

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