Net Current Asset Value Method and Financial Analysis, Part 2.

Although Benjamin Graham’s Net Current Asset Value Method is balance sheet based analysis method, it is wise to look at some other figures also. The financial statements contain a lot of information that may be helpful before we make a final decision to purchase a stock. Useful information can be found from long term assets… Continue reading Net Current Asset Value Method and Financial Analysis, Part 2.

Net Current Asset Value Method and Financial Analysis, Part 1.

Net Current Asset Value Method is strongly asset-based analysis method. Benjamin Graham developed and tested the net current asset value (NCAV) approach early 1930s. In this method, the calculation of the share value is based only on the information to be included in the balance sheet. Investors favored income statement is not essential. Neither cash-flow… Continue reading Net Current Asset Value Method and Financial Analysis, Part 1.