Stock image, stock profiling
and other main BF concepts
1. Stock imagesThe "stock image coefficient" is the mathematical relation
between its market price and its estimated economic
value.Each stock has an image coefficient range.
This range helps to evaluate its extreme potential prices
(example below)
EEV / Estimated
Economic Value
(example)x Potential
Image coefficient
(example)=> PMV /
Potential
Market Values
70
Minimum
x 0,6
Structural
x 0,9
Maximum
x 1,5
= 42
= 61
= 105
2. Stock families / stock profiling
Any stock fits (more or less) one family of market behavior.
There are about 15 stock families, sorted in 6 groups.
Each group has its image coefficient range : see table . The links
inside that table lead to descriptions of the related families.
Using those descriptions, each stock can be profiled
and its image coefficient range found.
4. Preliminaries: what is the stockmarket

This page last update:
25/06/14 