How to Figure out if a Stock is Worth Buying

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How to quickly determine if a stock is undervalued or overvalued. This video shows exactly how to know when a stock is priced low. Also covered in this video are dividends and dividend yield.

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19 COMMENTS

  1. So Yahoo finance looks a bit different today. Instead of seeing a "div&yield" I'll see a "forward annual yield" which currently is at 3.89%
    The 5 year average dividend yield is at 2.81
    So if I'm assuming the forward annual yield would be the "div&yield" of what is shown on the video. The current stock for IBM would be undervalued, correct? Or would I need to follow "trailing annual dividend yield" which currently is at 3.75% ?

  2. Why consider it for sell? If buy at low price it won´t be wise to sell at high price if you are invested because of the dividend.

  3. hello I am confused,so u r saying that u want the stock (share) to go down in value because u earn more in dividend? but wouldn't you want the share stock to go up in price so you can sell it for more than what you bought it for?

  4. Hello!! Is there a way I can talk with you direct for some noob questions? I been with a fortune 500 company going on 12 years in july and just found out I have stocks/shares.. and currently our stocks are up at 115 (PepsiCo)would it be smart to invest what's been saving up over the past 11-12 years?

  5. The portfolio on your website. You have owned those stocks since 1999?
    Really? You bought them all at the same time? Come on, be serious.

  6. AS THE SHARE PRICE GOES DOWN, THE DIVIDEND ALSO DECREASES……U MIGHT HAVE FORGOTTEN THAT……OR ELSE THE COMPANY WOULD HAVE TO PAY DIVIDEND FROM ITS POCKET. THAT IS WHAT THE CO WILL NOT DO……UR THOUGHTS ON THIS, PL.

  7. How does a company like Square (SQ) seem to defy most of your rules of investing but it's stock price has increased by nearly 60% in the last 3 months? EPS -0.22, PE Ratio -156.47. Paypal as well. Thoughts?
    Thanks

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