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A multifaceted approach to value investing with stock valuation based on intrinsic value estimated from cash returns, appraised value of assets, and other facets of value.

 

 

Take the Valuation Challenge !

The following questions address the most important concepts in value investing with investment valuation. There are no trick questions or bonus questions. Answers can be found in the pages at Global Value Investing. Consider taking the challenge both before and after reviewing this web site. Questions are equally weighted. Score one point for each correct answer. No partial credit. Use the honor system -- grade yourself.

Value Investing Challenge

1.

How are investing and speculating different?

2.

Which companies are included in an investor's circle of competence?

3.

How is valuation different from screening and ranking?

4.

What is the difference between value and growth?

5.

What is the difference between value and price?

6.

What is distinctive about intrinsic economic value?

7.

What constitutes investment risk?

8.

What is the optimum size of the margin of safety?

9.

Which point in a range of values is the best estimate of value?

10.

How are going-concern and resource-conversion values different?

 

Total Score Investor Class
0 Novice
1 to 3 Apprentice
4 to 6 Journeyman
7 to 9 Master
10 Adept

 


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