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Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Against All Odds (1 year ago)
Hi Ryan, would like to start of by saying great job and keep it up. With regards to valuing stock, ratios are a good method to benchmark against other stock in the industry, but that is a macro perspective. Companies with a low P/E or high ROE for instance may still be overvalued, thus ratios can sometimes be mis-leading. What I suggest is to delve deeper by working out a close approximation of what the STOCK PRICE should be (thus fundamental value of the stock) and than comparing it to the market value of that stock to see if it is under valued, fairly valued or overvalued. Working out the stock value is by taking the average of the replacement cost, replacement cost and goodwill, P/E valuation and earnings yield. This method is much more demanding and time consuming and is used for long term investments but on the plus side you will be able to accurately pick undervalued stock for maximum capital appreciation. Unfortunately I am unable to explain this method here in detail but feel free to reply to me and I'll try sending you an example to see how to actually come up with a number for a particular stock and than comparing it with the market's price. Once again keep up the good work!
Davide Altavilla (4 days ago)
Fantastic video. So much information.
Davide Altavilla (4 days ago)
+Ryan Scribner what I like about your channel is your absolute transparency and honesty. You're not a person who's just trying to make big bucks on youtube, I mean you give actual information and that's to appreciate nowadays especially in this youtube era. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
Ryan Scribner (4 days ago)
Thanks for watching! Glad you enjoyed πŸ‘
curdt79 (4 days ago)
This shit right here is porn to Buffet and Munger. Great stuff. Too bad very few people will follow and learn. They'll be forever in the grasp of Mr. Market.
David Demarcus (5 days ago)
lol he called NVDA out, look at that stock now
Nicole Bolder (5 days ago)
Im confused, you said the total equity was in billions but when you did the calculations, you used millions
Adnan Ali (6 days ago)
Simple as usual! Thanks Ryan!
Harocopos Nick (7 days ago)
Great lessons Ryan !! Thank you !
Ryan Scribner (5 days ago)
Thanks for watching!
Alicia S (12 days ago)
Amazing job!! Thank you! You are Helpful.
Ryan Scribner (11 days ago)
Thanks for watching Alicia!
Hardik Jhaveri (14 days ago)
Great video! No nonsense, to the point!
Ryan Scribner (14 days ago)
Glad you enjoyed Hardik thanks for watching!
dellort tog uoy (16 days ago)
which is better? when a P/E ratio is low? or when it is high?
KemetBrotha17 (25 days ago)
Thank you!!!
Sufian Ilyas (1 month ago)
Whats your opinion about Microsoft stock?
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
Love it for cloud computing
TheIntrospects (1 month ago)
How do you find out what is the industry average for a particular ratio?
Thot Slayer (1 month ago)
This was very useful 😢
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
Glad to hear that thanks for watching!
Unique Mitchell (1 month ago)
Love your videos especially this one because it's technical and actually breaks down the process of investing in stocks. Always great content! Thank you!
Alexandra Garced (1 month ago)
You thank us for "taking the time to watch this video" but we thank you for getting to the point, not wasting our time, and not including any fluff! really helpful video
Green Market 420 (1 month ago)
This is a very good advise! Thanks for the share. πŸ‘Œ
Michael Arsenault (1 month ago)
Great video, would love to see more like this, got me taking notes.
Rachel Denoon (1 month ago)
I did a masters in banking and finance and i still find this information useful. I cleared up stuff for me
Isiah Johnson (1 month ago)
My brain hurts
Captain Farrell (2 months ago)
Love this video, Thanks Ryan.
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
moglimogify (2 months ago)
Really good video, thank Ryan. How would you evaluate private companies? With the rise of crowd funding sites that offer equity, What information can you get to understand them. A video on that would be awesome. Thanks
Heath Himself (2 months ago)
Whoa whoa if Monster Beverage has a total equity of $3.53 BILLION, why are you dividing their outstanding shares of 567.81 million from $3.530 MILLION? Or is that just a mistake? I'm confused...
Connor MacLeod (1 month ago)
It's a comma, not a decimal; 3,530 million = 3.53 billion
Heath Himself (2 months ago)
Ok so ... how do you find the value of a stock that has no P/E ratio at all? Or a negative one? I guess I need the 30 minute video.
Bill Schultz (2 months ago)
Do you really want to own a company that is not profitable? That would be the first question to ask yourself.
Finance Fantasy (3 months ago)
Wow ryan u always have great content!
Stark Bay Ltd (3 months ago)
Thanks for the video.
Ryan Scribner (3 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
Jaysee Pingkian (3 months ago)
You're amazing. I can trust you with my life savings.
IQ encodoc (4 months ago)
Camron Williams (4 months ago)
I feel like I am back in college
Ryan Archuleta (4 months ago)
I know how to calculate all these ratios etc. But one thing I can never understand is how to know what the resulting answer like say the p/e ratio at $17.01. Is that good or bad? At this particular moment whether that number is 5, 10, 15, or $20 doesn't give me any feeling of good or bad. How would you know if your number is good or bad?
Chethan N (4 months ago)
wow nice stock market..
Joy.love.happiness (4 months ago)
Hey I'm new to investing and I was wondering, where do you find the 5Y earnings growth rate. Also how do you check the quarterly earnings of a company?
Randy Frias (4 months ago)
Can i use this kind of criteria to daytrade right? and also to find stock with a chance of blowing up?
Ronde Fabian (2 months ago)
I was completely clueless when it comes to Stock market in 2016. finally, i traded stock and Forex using a strategy that was introduced to me by a colleague in February called {*Blended Model Strategy*} developed by *Mr Vladislav* . i didn't regret it, because after unlearning BS, i earned thousands of dollars consistently as a day trader. Guys you can google this strategy online and get more views now, and see facts about *DMITRY VLADISLAV* .
Wayne Bosher (4 months ago)
Fantastic video!
Ryan Scribner (4 months ago)
Thanks for watching Wayne!
Thank you very much , I'm new to your channel and this video is exactly what I was looking for. I think I should rewatch this video several times to remember that all.
Ryan Scribner (4 months ago)
Glad I could help you out!
AndrΓ© Mariano (5 months ago)
prob best video I saw in long term stock investment. GJ brother
Ryan Scribner (5 months ago)
Thank you! I'm glad you liked it!
Leonardo Gomez (5 months ago)
I wish there was a way to give you more than 1 like and 1 subscription! Excellent video.
Ryan Scribner (5 months ago)
Thanks a lot Leonardo!
C C (5 months ago)
nice video here thanks! I am starting to get how to figure and use the different ratios, but was there something in here that maybe I missed or you cover how to actually calculate what the stock should be valued at vs what the stock price is now??
Tyron Filgate (5 months ago)
Honestly, i prefer these older videos than your newer ones. I feel i can relate more to these, but the newer one aren't bad i guess but i prefer more technical info and explanation. :)
Tyron Filgate (5 months ago)
Ryan Scribner yeah i liked the dividend stocks explanation as i am only starting to get into stocks lately. I would really like the know what is good values to look for in a dividend stock like PE ratio, good Div Yeild amount, etc. I know what they all mean but no idea what good values are πŸ˜… Im trying to look at stocks and experiment with some portfolios. I dont mind the passive income videos but i find they get extremely boring as they all seem to be the same just a slight angle. Where stocks seems to have a lot more varibles at play. I am actually in the process of starting my own business and looking to invest in myself as well and blog my investment and business journey. Mainly for my own personal benefit so i can look back on it, but also for anyone interested.
Ryan Scribner (5 months ago)
Thanks for the feedback, I can incorporate more of that!
Andreas (5 months ago)
Very informative video, fantastic job! Greetings from Cyprus (Europe)
Ryan Scribner (5 months ago)
Thanks Andreas, glad you enjoyed!
Meenakshi Saxena (5 months ago)
Excellent vedio to the point no casual talks πŸ‘
Augustine Lopez (5 months ago)
Nice work, that is so true the big 6 principles in stock investing maybe even ETF'S and maybe mutal funds. A tweak in some names but principles are sound. Good Day and Good Trading To All. Thanks Ryan... Later
Sean Lynch (6 months ago)
This video has been extremely helpful! Thank you for this!
Ryan Scribner (6 months ago)
Thanks for watching Sean!
Investing Book Summaries (6 months ago)
More you look at, the better of an idea you can get.
shyam poudel (6 months ago)
Sir, i would like you to make a video about what should be looked in stock or by looking what things i should invest in stock. I am not talking about PE ratio or other ratio because I didnot get the ratio things how you suggestme for investment. Please respond.
Mike Palko CPA (6 months ago)
FB had a PEG below 1.0 for about two weeks not too long ago and is still a good buy
Felipe R (6 months ago)
Im just getting into stocks, with no background in finance or anything like that, and this video was very easy to follow. good work. Keep up this style
zhi yan chan (6 months ago)
we need to look for one year or past few years or what (for these ratio) x)
Hamani Kokomani (7 months ago)
Finally I got it all summed up in my notebook. I downloaded your video and shared it. Superbly done. Thank you.
Ryan Scribner (7 months ago)
Thanks so much for watching!
buddhika216 (7 months ago)
Thank you. very informative video!
Bolla Botros (7 months ago)
I just want to ask how u do that if two companies merged
Bolla Botros (7 months ago)
Thank you so much for that video
Byron Harrison (7 months ago)
Thanks for the book recommendation
Ryan Scribner (7 months ago)
You got it Byron!
James L. Breniser II (7 months ago)
Hi Ryan this is James keep up the great job you are doing some of the commercials are just too long and time is money and I work 12 hrs days so I am near done by the time I get home
amziani anissa (8 months ago)
Dude this is a great video, thank you!
Kanchan Mendis (8 months ago)
Serena Bozzetto (8 months ago)
Hi Ryan, thanks for this excellent video! Could you make an analysis on Alibaba ? Is it still a buy ?
Kurt Angel (9 months ago)
One thing you forget to ask yourself, who doesn't know about this? Value Investing is more an art than a science.
Ulysskees (9 months ago)
Amazing video. Thanks!
pharaohosam (10 months ago)
My question is why would people be wasting their time trying to make money teaching others about investing if they were truly successful investors making good money passively?
bighands69 (8 months ago)
Passive is an other used term. There is nothing passive about doing value minded investment. None of this means you will be a billionaire but it most certainly can be used to build your own wealth and teach others. The guy who also did this video did not create the concept of value investment it has been around since the 1930s and it is perfectly acceptable to talk about. What he is describing is not a get rich scheme trust me there is lots of work.
Cipher Tester (10 months ago)
Ryan, great video. I would love to see a video on different strategies people use for investing (like 75%-to-25%, equity-to-bond ratio) for example: I usually look at the Economic Forecast each quarter lets me know which sectors are bullish or bearish. I'd like to know the recession probability so I can scale back on the amount of cash vs. short term equities/options I own. I believe having a strategy will give investors the tools they need to meet there goals and adjust as conditions change. 50% of my portfolio are my long-term blue chip stocks scaled this down from 90% a year ago, 10% in short-term stocks (1-2 years) and 30% in 2-year leap-options and 10% in cash, of which I plan on buying more options in the 2 earnings quarter. I'm probably a year away from getting into futures as value of my portfolio grows but there a limited products to trade in futures.
brianleetch2 (10 months ago)
Do you still like GE? And what do you think about Game Stop? Hard to pass up that yield.
YoungHittaTrappin [MOMS] (10 months ago)
8:12 what is a bowl market?
Nick Nguyen (10 months ago)
"Bull" market. Which means the stock market is yielding a generally positive price trend.
YoungHittaTrappin [MOMS] (10 months ago)
I am 18 and i am completely new to value investing. What is an Outstanding Share explained to a beginner level of understanding?
Ronde Fabian (2 months ago)
I was completely clueless when it comes to Stock market in 2016. finally, i traded stock and Forex using a strategy that was introduced to me by a colleague in February called {*Blended Model Strategy*} developed by *Mr Vladislav* . i didn't regret it, because after unlearning BS, i earned thousands of dollars consistently as a day trader. Guys you can google this strategy online and get more views now, and see facts about *DMITRY VLADISLAV* .
Diana (10 months ago)
outstanding share is how many shares a company has sold.
YoungHittaTrappin [MOMS] (10 months ago)
What is equity per share
James McKinney (10 months ago)
I've watched a lot of your videos Ryan, this one probably helped me the most. You earned a sub good sir.
Ryan Scribner (10 months ago)
Thanks a lot James glad to hear that!
Apple Crider (10 months ago)
Great refresher on some good metrics for value investing! -Financial Freedom For Millennials Channel Subscriber Goal 115/250
Superrrr helpful, thank you for the video.
Mourning Star (1 year ago)
You sound like you grew up in Brooklyn's sewer system. I like that
theempoleon78 (1 year ago)
This video is so clutch, this channel is easily the best stock investment channel on YouTube. It's no bullshit, no jargon. Just facts. I've learnt more watching your videos for the past three days than I have from all of my research into stocks combined.
Modern Nostalgic (11 months ago)
Yeah I agree. This is a highly underrated YouTube channel. We can see the diamond in the rough lol
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Wow thank you so much!!
patrick dwyer (1 year ago)
look up $MU
Imran Khalid (1 year ago)
Great Vid bcz you were stick on the topic, didn't extend the topic unnecessarilty
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you for watching!
Samuella Scott (1 year ago)
This was sooooo helpful and clearly explained. One of the best videos I️ have seen. Thank you.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you very much!
Aditya Prasanna (1 year ago)
This was a wonderful video. Tearing up rn cuz i just understood those six terms in one video which i couldn't with thousands of articles and other sources.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
That is great! I am glad I could help you out 😁
Aaron Shaefer (1 year ago)
S&p 500 pe is 23.5, which is getting a little too high right now. Makes me a little nervous.
Kathy volpe-schaffer (1 year ago)
This podcast is your best video instruction. Luv it! You have fulfilled your goal of teaching bc you explain the essentials in ways that are easy to understand! I am saving this video forever so I have eternal reference to your information and explanations. Great job! No one else out there does what u R doing! Thanks so much!!
99jaydenz (1 year ago)
how do you talk for 15mins about share valuation without mentioning the ddm πŸ˜‚ time to hit the books i think
99jaydenz (1 year ago)
Willpower (1 year ago)
Hey next time could you recap at the end the numbers that you'll go by of each, and maybe the number of importance
dbige23 (1 year ago)
I'm I the only one who feels like learning this shit is like learning Mandarin Chinese? I'm still determined though!
Alex Sy (5 months ago)
I think it would be a good foundation to learn a bit more about accounting - what's a balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement? Then these ratios would make more sense.
bighands69 (8 months ago)
Definitely check out the intelligent investor book. It is a must for all investors trying to find value.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
It was for me at first as well! Just keep consuming quality information. Check out the intelligent investor (link in description) also I have a free guide you might like!
The Canadian Guy Last (1 year ago)
love youre videos man!!!i got so much to learn :O
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thanks so much! Glad to have you as a viewer :)
Julio C. Guevara (1 year ago)
Yes! Yes! Yes! Thanks Ryan!!! I love the educational/ stock picking vids!!! You're the man! I'm so happy to have come across your channel months ago. Keep it up!
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you very much!
hcoleman 25 (1 year ago)
Great videos and very informative information....but how do you feel about the oil market long-term and what stocks look great long-term....I really like ConocoPhillips
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
I like COP, NOV, Core Labs :)
DragonRiders (1 year ago)
I just bought AMD at 12.75. Hoping for a nice rise to 14.50 at least ! :D You gonna make a update video about that stock soon or? Keep up the great work!
Alexandre Mongeon (1 year ago)
Thanks for the great video, Ryan! Keep up the good work!
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
No problem thank you for watching!
Michael Sizemore (1 year ago)
I have watched this video many times. I am a beginner investor and this video is the best that I have watched concerning evaluating a company. I already know what to look for in an income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement and this video gave me additional tools to add to my knowledge base.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
So glad to hear that Michael! Thank you for the wonderful feedback.
Dividend Reaper (1 year ago)
Overreactions to bad news in the market have fueled my portfolio. Nothing like buying a great stock at a discount under some bad press that is ultimately short lived.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Great strategy!
lindegirl 333 (1 year ago)
Great job helping others...
lindegirl 333 (1 year ago)
You need to get a job at a university teaching this stuff your a natural born teacher and I should know because I was one for 35 years 🍸🍸🍸🍸🍸
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! That is such a great compliment :)
lindegirl 333 (1 year ago)
Ryan. Did you say knightscope was something to look onto through seedinvest..thanks love your channel 🍸🍸🍸
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Haven't looked into it but I have seen the ads!
Aleksander Ilic (1 year ago)
Can you do a video on binary options and forex?
Robert Caldwell (1 year ago)
Actually, the only "value" a stock has is based on how much money you get back if the company goes bankrupt the next day. The book value of a stock tends to mirror the actual value on folding...taking all assets and subtracting all liabilities and leaving you with a per share value. Obviously this value is usually way lower than the actual stock price because people are willing to pay for it and is an outlook of the future of the company, so it puts everything into speculation mode.... ...which means people are trading on patterns and chart analysis rather than real meaning. So if the stock is above the book value, you just have to ask yourself the following questions: 1. Does the company have a standing that won't put it into jeopardy......for example, you wouldn't get JCP or M stock because they are retail shops that are being pushed out by WMT and AMZN. 2. Does the company have revenue, does it have positive cash flow and is that cash flow above the levered free cash flow....AMD doesn't. (this can be viewed on the "statistics" page in yahoo finance near the bottom) 3. Is the stock price at least 10% below the 200 EMA line? (anything below this line is considered cheap, but 10% gives you more leeway into possible short territory) You can ignore the second one altogether if you just want to speculate completely....but if you're a long time investor, it will be more important to you.
How do I know the P/E ratio of the sector average?
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
This tells you: https://eresearch.fidelity.com/eresearch/markets_sectors/sectors/sectors_in_market.jhtml
What is equity per a share?
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
(Total Equity/Outstanding Shares)
Tracey Wong (1 year ago)
Wow, this is a great video. Thanks!
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you for watching!
Money and Life TV (1 year ago)
I'm going to start calling you professor Ryan. Great job! I like the examples you gave with specific stocks, and how you demonstrated the math behind the ratios.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Hey, my life long dream is to be a teacher so that is an incredible compliment!
Gen Gan (1 year ago)
This is amazing. You should do more technical stuff.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for the feedback!
hockeymonk29 (1 year ago)
thank you for this video. this is exactly the kind of information i have been hoping for. i would love to see some more info on technical analysis as well. i really enjoyed your candlestick chart video in the past. keep up the good work and congrats on following your dream dude.
RedSpyderX (1 year ago)
Please do!
Dividend Reaper (1 year ago)
Try to pick up a copy of The Intelligent Investor. It's one of the single best books to read when you're trying to pick up ways to better value stocks. It's said a lot but it's said for a reason.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot! Great idea I could talk more about some swing trading strategies and technical analysis.
Welby CoffeeSpill (1 year ago)
These vids are too good to be true! Thanks for sharing! I only really understood PE before this. I like seeing good volume on stocks too...I am afraid of ghost towns..heehee.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot! Volume is a great technical metric to look at as well :) Remember... volume is energy directed toward a price movement good or bad!
Mohammed Bouayad (1 year ago)
I find it difficult to say what sector a stock is in. Any advice? Would love to see your follow up video!
Mohammed Bouayad (1 year ago)
Ryan Scribner you're the best!
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Mohammed this might help: https://eresearch.fidelity.com/eresearch/markets_sectors/sectors/sectors_in_market.jhtml
Independent Investor (1 year ago)
Excellent work. Very informative. I may watch this one again with a notepad! I stop when I'm hunting because most stocks can't even pass my number #1 metric and that's P/E with the current market at these levels. Feels like the correction we keep talking about may continue to elude us.
Independent Investor (1 year ago)
Price to earnings ratios is is calculated by taking the price of the stock and dividing by it's earnings per share. 15 is a good benchmark to start from but you have to compare P/E ratios within specific sectors of the market. For example technology company is going demand a different P/E ratio than a Utilities sector stock. Many videos on this topic are out and will help in identifying what P/E is and how it can be used as one of many tools available in evaluating a stock. Be mindful P/E should not be the only indicator or tool used in determining to buy a stock. I primarily use it as an indicator only.
Willpower (1 year ago)
Independent Investor what do u mean by pe to market?
Independent Investor (1 year ago)
Agree, I never give up on finding value. A shakeup would be a welcome change to this market getting to overextended.
Dividend Reaper (1 year ago)
It's getting harder and harder to find low P/E ratios in this economy but they are out there.
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
Thanks Ryan!
Keith Lindsay (1 year ago)
great video, question where is the best place to buy dividend stock?
Ryan Scribner (1 year ago)
I recommend the Robinhood trading platform to most beginners! However they do not have a DRIP.

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