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note that the valuation chart is different to the ratings.

Depending on what the starting DCF value it, the valuation will change.

The ratings on the other hand are based on relative metrics.

Been thinking about this and I'll add it like the DCF input method.

if there's only 3, average is better.

But for more, median is a better number.

Yes you have to download each week. The spreadsheet is just an export of the database. It does not update itself.

Valuation will change depending on the inputs so it's best to use it in combination with each other.


If the stock intrinsic value chart shows that it is undervalued, but the action score is a D or an F, there are fundamental problems with the stock that you need to check.


It may be cheap from a basic valuation, but when you look at the numbers a bit deeper and adjust some numbers, the valuation may not be cheap after all.

No I don't have access to capital IQ data. Not my data provider as much as i would like to.

Hopefully we'll be able to upgrade in the future.