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Saturday, 09 August 2008 02:49

I think the FED+ model is an excellent methodology to evaluate the fair-value of a stock. I use MorningStar for one-stock-focused articles. I like MorningStar, and they provide the most reliable source of data. However, for a large number of stocks Finviz offers the most practical form of data. While the numbers are mostly close to each other, the analysts' estimations might be slightly different. It is always a good idea to check those numbers before making any investment decisions. After performing due diligence on individual stocks, I sometimes apply the FED+ Model to a selected set of sector specific stocks. Here, is a list of my articles on fair value estimation for a set of companies:

Top Utility Stocks For The Next 5 Years

3 Technology Stocks To Buy, 3 To Sell, 1 To Hold

Top Utility Stocks For The Next 5 Years

7 Undervalued Technology Stocks for the Long-Term Investors (July 4, 2011)

6 Dividend Paying Tobacco Stocks for the Long-Term Investors (June 29, 2011)

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0 #2 Dr. Econ 2011-09-23 11:13
Dom, it is quite hard to choose one method over other. However, both of them are useful for long-term investors. O-Metrix is a ranking system, whereas FED+ valuation is a simple estimation tool for fair value estimations.
+1 #1 Dom 2011-09-16 12:10
Just came across your site and have found it quite interesting and informative. I think I'll use a few of your valuation techniques for picking my own stocks.

I wanted to ask, for valuing a stock that pays no dividends and may offer higher growth potential, would you recommend using the FED+ Model over the O-Metrix Model for determining fair value? I noticed you applied the FED model for Google in one of your articles, a stock that I feel fits that description quite well.

Feel free to let me know your thoughts. Thank you for offering such valuable insight


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