Intrinsic Value

It's no surprise that times like these present plenty of investing opportunities. But what does that mean exactly? Well, if you're a value investor you would be looking for a stock that is close (or even better, below) its intrinsic value. Here is how the top 20 stocks in Australia stack up

Explanation

Stock Price - Current as of March 13 

Intrinsic Value - Measure of net assets expressed as book value per share

Valuation - How high (or low) the stock is above its intrinsic value 

Industry Valuation - The average all companies are valued at withn that industry 

P/E Ratio - The amount investors are willing to pay for $1 of earnings produced by a company. Lower is generally better

Industry P/E -The average P/E for that industry

Dividend Yield - The ratio of a companies dividend compared to its share price. Represented as a percentage

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