Most of the time, when we want to buy a stock, we do not know if the price is trading at fair value, undervalue or overvalue.
In this case, most investors will use the discounted cash flow model to evaluate a stock.
However, for a growth stock like Tesla, the discounted cash flow will often yield a result that is very far off from the market price, meaning that the market price is very often far higher than the number provided by the discounted cash flow model.
Besides, it’s also very difficult to predict what the future cash flow will be like for Tesla because to some investors, Tesla is more than just an automobile company while others may have different views.
Therefore, in Tesla’s case, evaluating the historical valuation and the current valuation as well as the forward valuation of the stock based on the market price may be a much better approach.
This is what the StockDividendScreener (SDS) – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet does.
The spreadsheet provides you with 3 types of valuation data:
- Historical valuation data – 6 months, 1 year, 2 years and 5 years.
- Latest valuation data – current market valuation.
- Forward valuation data that is based on future estimates – low, average and high.
Therefore, with the SDS – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet, you can look at how Tesla’s stock has been traded in the past based on the historical valuation data.
With this data on hand, you can make a comparison of Tesla’s current market valuation with respect to historical data as well as forward estimates.
From the comparison, you can find out whether Tesla’s current market price is trading at fair value, overvalue or undervalue.
By then, you can make a quick decision on whether Tesla’s stock is a buy at the current market price.
The StockDividendScreener (SDS) – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet provides all information mentioned above in just a single click!
In this case, the SDS – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet evaluates the following valuation ratios on a historical as well as a forward basis:
1. Market Cap
2. Price To Revenue
3. Price To Gross Profit (GAAP and Non-GAAP)
4. Price To EBIT
5. Price To EBITDA
6. Price To Earnings (GAAP and Non-GAAP)
7. Price To Operating Cash Flow
8. Price To Free Cash Flow
9. Price To Book Value
Therefore, what are you waiting for!
Go ahead to get the SDS – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet now through the form below.
(Please provide a valid email as the download link will be sent to your email.)
Read Here About The Requirements
- You need to have Microsoft Excel (Version 2007 and onward) installed on your PC to use this spreadsheet.
- The Excel spreadsheet has ONLY been tested on Windows. NOT sure if the Mac version will work.
- The Tesla Valuation Excel Spreadsheet requires an internet connection to work.
- Also, you need to enable Macro (a set of automation) in the Excel spreadsheet as it relies on Macro to fetch stock prices and fundamental data over the internet.
- Please provide a valid email as the download link will be sent to your email.
- For any inquiries, you can send an email to email@example.com.
The full version is available on this page: SDS – Tesla Valuation Spreadsheet.