# Answer for Financial Analysis Matter

(a) calculated company value – company worth
Its called Intrinsic Value. This is NOT a precise number that everyone have the same number. Its based on estimation of the company’s growth, ROE, expected returns, among other things.

(b) calculated Company Unit price
I’m sorry, i don’t know what is “Company Unit Price”. The word unit price usually comes from mutual funds (or unit trust), and not shares. Thus, i don’t know what you’re referring to. Perhaps you can show me the link.

(c) Intrinsic Value
Same as (a).
(e) Margin of stock
Difference between Stock Price and Intrinsic Value, expressed in %.

(f) NTA / share
NTA = Net Tangible Assets = Company’s Networth less their intagibles. NTA / share simply means the NTA of the company divide by number of shares outstanding of the company.

(h) Price of company
Share price.

(j) Price Earnig Growth (I Assume you mean Price Earnings Growth)
And from the above assumption, i assumed you’re referring to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PEG_ratio. If yes, then its ”
The PEG ratio (price/earnings to growth ratio) is a valuation metric for determining the relative trade-off between the price of a stock, the earnings generated per share (EPS), and the company’s expected growth.
In general, the P/E ratio is higher for a company with a higher growth rate. Thus using just the P/E ratio would make high-growth companies appear overvalued relative to others. It is assumed that by dividing the P/E ratio by the earnings growth rate, the resulting ratio is better for comparing companies with different growth rates.
The PEG ratio is considered to be a convenient approximation. It was originally developed by Mario Farina who wrote about it in his 1969 Book, A Beginner’s Guide To Successful Investing In The Stock Market. It was later popularized by Peter Lynch, who wrote in his 1989 book One Up on Wall Street that “The P/E ratio of any company that’s fairly priced will equal its growth rate”, i.e., a fairly valued company will have its PEG equal to 1.”

(k) Value Book
I have no idea. Perhaps you can provide me the link where this course talks about it.

(l) Capital employed
Shareholder’s equity + Debt

(j) Assumption Growth ( g) and calculated growth
What you assumed the company’s growth in earnings to be, expressed as a percentage.

(k) Dividen Payout Ratio (spelled as “Dividend”)
How much of the company’s profit is being paid out as dividends to their shareholders.

(m) What is DPS?
Dividend Per Share.