Valuing and Investing in Equity

Valuing and Investing in Equity

James Eves

30 years: Equity capital markets

In this second part of James's video on "What is Equity?", he continues to demystify equity-related concepts by explaining how the value of a share is determined and who the market participants are.

In this second part of James's video on "What is Equity?", he continues to demystify equity-related concepts by explaining how the value of a share is determined and who the market participants are.

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Valuing and Investing in Equity

7 mins 36 secs

Overview

A shares valuation is typically based on the future cash flows and profitability of a firm. Investors are interested because hopefully they can profit from judging companies that are undervalued. They can also sell or ‘short’ shares that they believe are overvalued.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand how shares are valued

  • Outline the fundamental analysis undertaken by investors

  • Describe active and passive investing

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