Fair Value Per Share Definition & Application Wiki

Fair Value Per Share Definition & Application Wiki

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WikiWealth does not compute a 12 month price target, because a time frame is a meaningless indicator of value and creates the illusion of superior predictive ability. We compute a fair value of a rational and conservative price for the company.

Fair Value Per Share is the fair value of the company divided by the shares outstanding. The fair value is computed using WikiWealth's analysis of the financial conditions and projected results of the target company. Wikiwealth uses conservatives projections of future results. A fair value below the current market price indicates that the public company's share price is overvalued; the opposite indicates that the value is undervalued.

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