HOW TO VALUE A STOCK 📈 When Should You Buy A Stock?


Let’s talk about how to value a stock in order to determine when you should buy a stock. How to value a stock and when to buy a stock are two of the most common questions I get on my stock market investing channel. As a value investor, your goal is to invest in a stock when the price is below the value. The big question is, how does one determine the value of a stock? We will be discussing six fundamental metrics you can look at to help you determine the underlying value of an investment. This will help you determine whether or not a particular stock is a buy or when you should buy a stock.

1. Price To Earnings Ratio (PE)
2. Price To Book Ratio (PB)
3. Price To Earning To Growth (PEG)
4. Return On Equity (ROE)
5. Debt To Equity Ratio
6. Current Ratio

These are the things I look at when I am trying to determine the underlying value of a stock and this helps me decide when I should buy a stock.

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  1. This video is so clutch, this channel is easily the best stock investment channel on YouTube. It's no bullshit, no jargon. Just facts. I've learnt more watching your videos for the past three days than I have from all of my research into stocks combined.

  2. This was a wonderful video. Tearing up rn cuz i just understood those six terms in one video which i couldn't with thousands of articles and other sources.

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  4. Yes! Yes! Yes! Thanks Ryan!!! I love the educational/ stock picking vids!!! You're the man! I'm so happy to have come across your channel months ago. Keep it up!

  5. Great videos and very informative information….but how do you feel about the oil market long-term and what stocks look great long-term….I really like ConocoPhillips

  6. I just bought AMD at 12.75. Hoping for a nice rise to 14.50 at least ! 😀
    You gonna make a update video about that stock soon or?
    Keep up the great work!

  7. I have watched this video many times. I am a beginner investor and this video is the best that I have watched concerning evaluating a company. I already know what to look for in an income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement and this video gave me additional tools to add to my knowledge base.

  8. Overreactions to bad news in the market have fueled my portfolio. Nothing like buying a great stock at a discount under some bad press that is ultimately short lived.


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