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Using The Valuation Model - Terminology

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If you are new to using the Valuation Model, it would be helpful to define the terms applied. Most terms and definitions can be found in any dictionary of financial terminology. Some terms proprietary to our model, will not be easily found.


Signals -- If Signal is BUY or SELL it should alert the reader to a substantially over or under valued issue. Remember, an issue that is aberrantly over or under valued may be that way for good reason, such as news of takeovers or introduction of new product, and could stay in that condition for an extended time. In and of itself, this indicator should not cause the reader to act unless other values, signals, and further research on the reader's part confirm this indicator.


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