13 Sep, 14 tweets, 4 min read
#DeepakNitrite

To all the Serious investors, I am sharing a method to calculate.

Future Stock value, based on the PE-EPS model. There are many complex models available. But, I follow a very simple method.
We know that

Stock CMP=PE*EPS.😀

In order to find the future value of the stock, we need Future PE and Future EPS. Right!!!!

So,

Future Stock Price=Future PE * Future EPS.😎
So, let us do it for my favorite stock

I collected the stock price monthly data from bseindia.com by clicking the following link. You can also download it from here.

bseindia.com/markets/equity…
The Low and High of a month are selected from data. Why? this is the high and low price market experts decided in a month.
Then, I selected quarterly wise, the high and low values of the stock.🧐
After identifying HL of monthly data, the EPS quarterly wise data, I entered manually.

screener.in
MarketSmithindia.com

From that data TTM (Trailing 12 month) EPS data calculated from each 4 qtrs by summing.
Then, the PE value can be calculated by diving the price with TTM EPS.

I Used the maximum price of a stock in a qtr and minimum price in qtr to calculate

Max PE
Min PE
Average PE

Market participants ready to pay during a Qtr.
Usually, Many analysts use a growth rate (from previous Qtr or Yr) in eps to estimate future value.

But, I prefer the Average and Standard deviation of samples as it will take all the historical data into consideration.
As we can see, by adding average value to the standard deviation.

The Estimated EPS, Max PE, Min PE, and Avg PE are obtained.

Best Price= Estimated EPS*Max PE=26.54*36.9=979.3
Avg Price=Estimated EPS*Avg PE=26.54*26.94=715.2
Worst Price=Estimated EPS*Min PE=26.54*17.36=460.9
This is by considering the minimum expected performance and the expected behaviour of the crowd. There can always be irrational valuations and expectations from investors. Then the stock price will shoot.

Now, it is purely based on Maths.
If the price doesn't reach that is underperformance. This is one way to calculate the target price.

And, Technical analysis is a different ball game. I will share interesting TA details also.
So, that's it,

If everything goes well, it should touch 980-1000 by Fy21.😍😍

The current stock price is close to its average performance.😉

If the performance is bad and investors react badly, it should be fairly valued at 460 zones.😡
So, the note is, there are various models available. After doing quite a bit of research, I found this to be simple and easy to understand.😀

So, Happy Investing!!!!!😇

PS: I will share much more, I believe in sharing is caring.
I am by profession a research guy, so, I love doing research and share details. By sharing with others, I will get a different perspective. We are here to make money.

So, work hard and be confident. It is one way to develop conviction.

Cheers.

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# More from @nspvarma

20 Sep
Hello Friends,

Here are the details of how one can do relative fundamental analysis in the sector. As pharma and IT are going to be theme and earnings visibility is there at least till FY21 for sure.

I selected the IT theme and similar analysis one can extend to any sector.
Common Valuation parameters most of the investors use are PE, PB, ROCE, etc. However, most of the professional value investors use " Enterprise Value" Based metrics. So, let's continue.

EV=Mcap+Debt-Cash

EV is the value one has to pay to buy the company.
Professor Greenblat a well-known value investor and Hedge-fund manager from Colombia University introduced a ratio called

EBIT/EV, this will tell the company efficiency in generating Operating profit in terms of entire company value.

The higher it is, that much efficient.