Price to Intrinsic Value Rank is a percentile rank of the stock, calculated based on the price to intrinsic value (IV) ratio of the stock against all other stocks in the country. Lower the P/IV of a company, higher the corresponding rank. So if a company has a rank of 98, it means that it is undervalued compared to 98% of the stocks. More undervalued a stock is, higher the upside potential.

Intrinsic value refers to the investors’ perception about the actual value of the company. Different methods of calculating intrinsic value, taking into consideration earnings per share, cash flow or dividends per share are available.