Stock Value Analyzer helps research stocks by analyzing over 20,000 securities from the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom! Stock Value Analyzer provides instant access to growth rates, charts, Value Prices, Margin of Safety Prices, and other figures investor needs to find the best stocks on the market!
Stock Value Analyzer analysis is based on stock2own.com Stock Analyzer.
Stock Value Analyzer Lite allows user to analyze individual stocks and maintains history of stocks analyzed. The results of analysis include:
Consistent, positive growth indicates a stable company with predictable results. Stock2own combines growth rates into simple easy to read Growth Grades:
> Historical Growth Grade is based on historical growth rates and gives you a sense of how fast the company is growing.
> Year-over-year Growth Grade (YOY Growth Grade) is based on year over year growth and shows how consistent the growth is.
Value Price & Margin of Safety Price
Stock Value Analyzer calculates the Value Price and Margin of Safety Price of a stock, using Pessimistic, Moderate and Optimistic projections. These calculations use formula developed by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd described in their famous "value investing" methodology. Use predefined projections to calculate value price for a stock OR run your own numbers and get your own projected value and MOS prices.
Technical Analysis - Price Charts & Technical Indicator Alerts
Stock Value Analyzer gives you price charts for any given stock, including stock price, moving averages, stochastics, MACD and RSI!
Technical Indicator Alerts are following "general interpretation" of indicators used. For example, if the current market price is below moving average, it is usually considered as a "negative" or a "sell" signal and vice versa - if the price is above moving average, this is usually a good signal. Stock2own is also catching "crossing" events and Alert considered a "buy" or a "sell" signal on a day when the price line is crossing the moving average line.