Using the Price to Book Ratio and Free Cash Flow to find Stable Undervalued Stocks

A price to book ratio below one means that the market has attached a discount to the assets of a company. It that for every dollar spent buying a piece of the company, the amount bought is greater than that dollar. There are various other definitions and metaphors that are apt, but the simplest explanation… 

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Graphene’s Mystical Properties Creates Opportunities Part 1

I do not think I have seen a material with such a jack-of-all-trades quality as graphene. I’m sure many have not heard about it. Those who have know of the fantastical properties attributed to it. The weird part is that these are not urban myths or media hype. Graphene has the potential to do all… 

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Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Value in Options

I have incorporated this topic into my other article, but I wanted one that focused on this topic so I can reference it as necessary for future options trades. Understanding intrinsic value and extrinsic value can help you identify profitable opportunities. Remember options are an agreement to buy or sell the underlying stock at the… 

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