What are franking credits?
Franking credits are a tax credit available to eligible shareholders of Australian companies. They are also called imputation credits.
How to Create a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis
Video tutorial: How to Value Stocks Using Discounted Cash Flow DCF Analysis in a spreadsheet, using a real example.
Using Bruce Greenwald’s EPV Earnings Multiplier to Value Stocks
How to Value Earnings Growth with Bruce Greenwald’s Earnings Power Value (EPV) Earnings Multiplier calculation, in a spreadsheet.
How to Value Stocks & Businesses Using a Balance Sheet
How to Value Shares & Stocks Using a Company’s Balance Sheet, part of the Value of Everything free value investing course. In this video, Owen moves step-by-step through a stock market valuation technique which uses the assets on a balance sheet to value a company.
How to Value Stocks & Businesses Using Ratios
Want to know how to value stocks / shares and businesses using ratios? The “Value of Everything” is our free valuation course. Lesson 2: Stock market ratios.
The Purpose of Business & Stock Market Valuation
This is the second tutorial of our series, “The Value of Everything”. The Purpose of valuation covers intrinsic value, asymmetric return and the difference between price and value.
Explained: Understanding your Super fund’s fees and costs
Explained: Understanding your Super fund’s fees and costs: Jenny Jingle’s super fund charges 2% in yearly fees (including investment fees, administration and indirect costs). Billy Bob’s super fund charges 1.75%. Whose super fund is better?
Return on Investment (ROI) Explained
ROI stands for Return on Investment and is one of the simplest and most versatile ratios to compare the profitability of investments. The formula to calculate ROI is the net return from an investment divided by its cost.
The Difference Between Price and Value
In finance, the price is what you are asked to pay, value is what you are willing to pay.
What is diversification?
Diversification is a portfolio management technique used to lower the risk of an investment portfolio.