fin_valuation: Work the valuation of a company

View source: R/misc_and_utility.R

fin_valuationR Documentation

Work the valuation of a company

Description

fin_valuation uses the revenue, operating margin, expenses and PE to compute a market capitalization. Better to use a more powerful online site, like https://dcftool.com/analysis/AAPL or https://www.minuteup.co/?stock=RKLB.

Usage

fin_valuation(
  revenue = 6e+06 * 30000,
  opmargin = 0.08,
  expenses = 0.2,
  PE = 30,
  symbol = "$",
  use = c("B", "M")
)

Arguments

revenue

Revenue of the company

opmargin

Margin on operating revenue

expenses

Additional fixed costs

PE

of the company

symbol

Currency

use

reporting values in "B" (billion) or "M" (millions)

Details

Revenue is multiplied by opmargin to get a gross profit. From this the proportion specified in expenses is subtracted and the resulting earnings turned into a price via the PE

Value

  • value

References

https://www.minuteup.co/?stock=RKLB, https://dcftool.com/analysis/AAPL

See Also

  • fin_interest(), fin_NI(), fin_percent()

Other Miscellaneous Functions: deg2rad(), fin_NI(), fin_interest(), fin_percent(), loadings.MxModel(), rad2deg(), umxBrownie()

Examples

fin_valuation(rev=7e9, opmargin=.1, PE=33)
# Market cap =  $18,480,000,000
# (Based on PE= 33, operating Income of $0.70 B, and net income =$0.56B


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