Description: Most time the market valuates the stocks correctly. But sometimes stocks are over valued or under valued. Benjamin Grahams idea was to buy stocks when they are under valued. He developed a simple but successful rule. The rule was used by many successful value investors like Warren Buffet. Here we sell you a list of stocks which meets Benjamin Grahams rule how to select stocks. The rule is to buy stocks only if the current market capitalisation (price of the stocks x number of stocks) is less the 66% of the current net assets of the company. He called this margin of savety. If you buy the website subscription you can log into this website and see the complete list. To calculate the NCAV value of a company is simple, but there are so many stocks. You would need to analyze hunderts of companies to find one that match this rule.
This is how the net current assets can be calculated: Take only the current assets of a company (like cash, inventory) and ignore all long term assets like buildings etc. Now substract all liabilities (short term and long term liabilities). If the market capitalisation is $500 million and the net current assets are $1000 million dollar this would be give a NCAV of 0.5 or 50%. We show only the stock with a NCAV greater than 0.66 if have no subscription. So you will get the best stocks only if you buy our subscription. Please note that you should carefully check a stock yourself before you invest into a stock.
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