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Ahh I see. Yes this is incorrect. I'll get the decimal place shifted.

Showing which data point is helpful.

This isn't something we can change because it's coming directly from analyst estimates and the data provider.

It is 480%. Usually a high number like this comes up when the stock did really bad.

e.g. if a company reports $0.01 and then analysts think it will be $0.05 the next year, it's going to be a big number.

This is correct now. It was displaying as a number and not as a percentage.

That's something we have planned.


Looking into it.

Looks like its a rounding error. Will get it fixed.

Good point. I actually wrote about this in the valuation section for discount rates in DCF.

Here's a snippet of what I wrote.

The discount rate we use is a fixed rate. We don’t use WACC or get fancy with discount rates because depending on what calculation method or number you use, it will come out differently. I have failed to come across two exact calculations of WACC by two different people.

If there is a way for me to grab the WACC of any company (major index and OTC's) that's something I'll look for but because the needed data isn't available across the entire universe, makes it tough.