The intrinsic value of a stock can be calculated differently by different users, according to their investment needs and the valuation. This is the reason why Tickertape does not show Intrinsic value as such, we display a percentile ranking of the scrip in comparison with other scrips.
As for the calculation part, we use cash flow discounting for calculating the intrinsic value.
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Intrinsic value is a proprietary value that we calculate. It is broadly based on the dividend discount model but unfortunately we can't reveal the exact algorithm. The algorithm also has logics embedded to remove biases. We keep a buffer while mentioning the comparison to the current price if that's what you mean by "margin of safety". The buffer % might vary from stock to stock since different stocks have different volatility"
Hope this clears the questions.
Thanks for the detailed feedback.
We have taken a note of this and have added this to our feature requests list, where it might be considered for future updates.
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I love tikcertape and it is my go-to tool for researching the stock. I would love to see detailed information about intrinsic value. Request you to work on this feature and I would love to pay a bit extra for the same.
Thank you for the feedback!
Sure, currently we display an intrinsic value percentile ranking of the scrip in comparison with other scrips which can be found as a filter on the screener. However, we shall surely consider this as a feature request and shall try to include them in our later releases.