Book Value VS Market Value: How to Pick Stocks

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While there are many determining factors that investors use to value a company’s stock, book value and market value are most commonly used to evaluate a company.

The two have very little in common but are used by investors to determine if a stock is undervalued or overvalued.

In this article, we’ll go over both market and book value, how they differ from one…

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Andrew Cartwright

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Entrepreneur, Author, Coach, Researcher, Visionary Leader & Investor. 👀@ A&E, CBS, NBC, ABC. www.andrewcartwright.com Expert Real Estate, Business & Technology

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