EPS Share Value Forecaster
Professional share value assessment
Assess share values like a pro – quick and simple.
EPS Share Value Forecaster provides everyone access to a share value assessment mechanism commonly used by institutional investors. The simple and quick application calculates net present value estimates based on earnings per share and organic growth assumptions. The estimates enable the investor to evaluate how well current market prices reflect the performance expectations of any company.
Follow these simple steps to get results with share valuation.
Enter one to five EPS forecasts and an organic growth assumption. Benefit from EPS forecasts published by analyst companies or use the included EPS calculators based on mandatory financial statement items or interim reports. Learn more…
Click “Calculate” for instant reference prices covering expected return percentages between 5% and 20%. Reference prices are displayed in an intuitive chart covering scenarios where the EPS forecasts falls short or exceed the expected value by 25% or 50%.
While there is no such thing as a correct answer to EPS or growth forecasts, a rough consensus can often be detected from analyst estimates. The wide usage of similar assessment methods leads to a self-fulfilling prophecy scenario, where the market share price tends to converge towards the reference price. The key is to keep a step ahead of this convergence!
Understand EPS Estimates.
For stable companies, realized values are a useful base for EPS estimates. While not mandatory, many companies publish EPS values directly on financial statements. The application also includes useful EPS calculators based on mandatory financial statement items or interim reports.
Several analyst companies publish EPS estimates. For added value, these estimates may incorporate expected changes related to the company, competitive position or the general outlook of the industry.
Organic growth refers to the long-term annual growth. It is not affected by expected changes in the near future which are included in the EPS forecasts. Organic growth is often tightly linked with the growth assumption of the whole industry. An organic growth exceeding the industry expectation means that the company is expected to grow faster than the industry on average.