Posted by Charlie on April 10, 19100 at 18:56:17:
An investment company's annual report defined intrinsic values as estimation derived by summing the market values of shares owned in listed companies and discounted cash flow estimates of market values of nonlisted shares and deducting outstanding liabilities. The stock price was $1.20 compared to an intrinsic value of $1.25 on reporting day. What are the likely benefits and limitations of management using the 'intrinsic value' metric as a way to report on the business? Is it appropriate for management to use such metric? Why?
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