How to estimate intrinsic value

Roger Montgomery

Montgomery Investment Management

Back in February 2011 my estimation Woolworths' intrinsic value put it at $23.36. At the time the company traded for $26.42, a 13% premium. Six months later, the thesis was proved right as the company fell to $23.50 in October. 

In this video, I revisit Woolworths to find its new intrinsic value with one large change in mind - low interest rates. In doing so, I share the steps I use when estimating the intrinsic value of a stocks further discussed in my book Value.able.

Watch the video below to find out more:


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Chief Investment Officer
Montgomery Investment Management

Roger Montgomery founded Montgomery Investment Management, www.montinvest.com in 2010. Roger brings more than two decades of investment, financial market experience and knowledge. Roger also authored the best-selling investment book, Value.able.

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