Welcome to Stock Valuation

At Stock Valuation, we are looking to use various mathematical models to evaluate prices for stock. Currently we are using the Dividend Discount Model derived H-Model, but will be looking to add further models for different price estimates and charts to display these results.

Click calculator in the menu to try it and for further information on the model. To see the calculator results with real world figures, click the stock tickers on the right to get those companies figures into the calculator. Alternatively search for a company and see if we have run valuations previously.

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