Valuing the worth of your money

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When you decide to invest in a company, how do you know whether the shares are worth the price they’re trading at?

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Valuing the worth of your money When you buy a stock, you pay to own a part of the company and its future. So, naturally, you’ll want to know what you are buying, and for how much. There are many factors that influence the value of a stock. Like the demand and supply forces The company’s management The investors’ sentiments And the national and international economic climate There are analysts who study these factors and prepare reports on the value of a stock. These analyst reports give you better insights into what you are buying, for how much, and whether it’s worth the price. Head on to the next chapter to read about analyst reports.