Caculate Fair Value; comparative Value; profit Target; sell price; Stop Loss; Price Earnings Ratio and Return % ... Completly Free.
The Stock Price Analysis Module is a free browser based stock price analysis service. The easy to use web based interface calculates:
- Fair Value stock price;
- comparative stock Value;
- profit Target sell price;
- Stop Loss sell price;
- Price Earnings Ratio (PE) and Return % for each stock.
It also includes online access to Technical Analysis charts and Fundamental Analysis data. Trading to a Plan provides an overall guide to using the Stock Price Analysis Module to facilitate a trading plan.
Stock Price Analysis is designed as an easy to use online tool for stock analysis. It provides basic Fundamental Analysis and access to online Technical Analysis charts. It also includes calculated Target and Stop/Loss points to provide trade indicators.
By providing a Required Return percentage and an Earnings per Share (EPS) value a basic Fair Price is calculated for each stock. This is used to calculate the Value offered by a stock at the Buy price. The Buy price is either the current market price of a stock or a price at which you would like to purchase the stock. Positive Value indicates the stock is under priced, negative Value indicates overpriced. Stocks with the highest Value indicate the greatest potential return on investment. Because the same Required Return percentage is applied to all stocks they can be directly compared. Clicking the Value heading in the Analysis Table sorts stocks by Value. The quality of this Value calculation is dependent upon the EPS used. The EPS should be carefully assessed considering the current and future market and business environment.
Applying Technical Analysis to stocks offering high value can then provide timing indicators for stock buy and sell actions.
Instructions for Use
When you first open the Stock Price Analysis Module set input values for your Required Return %, Target %, and Stop Loss %. These are global variables and are applied to all stocks added to your analysis table. Specific Help for each item can be accessed by clicking the ? following the item label.
Once the global variables are set input a Stock Code and Exchange (not required for US exchanges) and click Add. This Adds your stock to the analysis table. Then input a Buy value for the stock (initially this would be the current stock price) and an Earnings Per Share (EPS) value. These should be in the same base units ie if the stock price is $10.00 and the EPS is 50 cents input 10 and .5 (ie 50c / 100 to convert it to $).
With these 2 values set stock data will be calculated and Value determined. A high the Value indicates potential upside in the stock price. Using the Value stocks can be sorted to determine stocks with best upside potential. Clicking the analysis table column Title sorts Stocks by column values. Clicking it a second time reverses the sort order. Clicking a Stock name in a row of the analysis table hides all other table rows providing single stock focus. Clicking it a second time displays all stock rows.
An automatic data save is performed when an input value is changed. All data is saved as a cookie.