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Relative Valuation Part 1-Introduction

Relative Valuation Part 1-Introduction

This column is written by @gordon_ong

-Gordon has a demonstrable interest in equity investments, financial markets, and negotiating deals. As @NTUInvestmentClub president, he has an understanding of what factors drive an organisation’s success.

What is Relative Valuation? Relative Valuation is a quick way to compare assets to the price of similar assets in the market. Multiples are just standardised estimates for the value of the company. Just like you compare data plans between Telecoms, relative valuation compares the company price to what you are getting in return (e.g. revenue, earnings, dividends, cash flow, book value, etc). To compare between data plans, you may come up with a multiple called Price (per month)/Data to see which data plan is the most value-for-money.

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TA Series 10: Momentum

TA Series 10: Momentum

Welcome back everyone to the 9th post of TA series. Finally, it is time to talk about a more advanced momentum and trend indicators. Regardless of the type of investor you are, I believe that this post is going to help you to make better decision on when to enter or exit a position, and therefore maximizes your return. Since previously I have talked about trend and idea behind them, in this post I will go through momentum and its indicator in a greater detail and I will end by discussing how to combine both indicator to come up with the most informed trade decision. So, let’s begin.

Momentum


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