View source: R/misc_and_utility.R
fin_valuation | R Documentation |
fin_valuation
uses the revenue, operating margin, expenses and PE to compute a market capitalization.
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fin_valuation( revenue = 6e+06 * 30000, opmargin = 0.08, expenses = 0.2, PE = 30, symbol = "$", use = c("B", "M") )
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) |
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
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fin_interest()
, fin_NI()
, fin_percent()
Other Miscellaneous Functions:
deg2rad()
,
fin_NI()
,
fin_interest()
,
fin_percent()
,
loadings.MxModel()
,
rad2deg()
,
umxBrownie()
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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