A stock’s intrinsic value balances out to be the amount of cash the firm will generate for its owners over its economic life. While this rule is obvious to value investors, many have trouble figuring out the step-by-step process of finding a stock’s true value.

This article outlines the method laid out in The Framework Investing and which I teach to investors in IOI Training Sessions, then shows a step-by-step valuation of software and database giant Oracle ORCL.

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