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Inari Amertron - Value emerges? ------ NO !

DonkeyStock
Publish date: Thu, 27 Jan 2022, 05:19 PM
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Inari Ametron has fallen 25% from its peak. Currently, the share price is hovering around the level where Inari raised cash via private placement in July 2021. Has value emerged for this company? Should I catch the falling knife?

We are not doing a peer comparison for this company as the valuation of its peer is also falling due to the market risk-off mood. We are also not using a discounted cash flow method because we do not know how high the interest rate can go.

We are gauging Inari based on the historical multiples.



Looking at its Price to Book Ratio (P/B), its valuation has back to its historical mean, but not yet in the cheap territory.



Looking at its Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E), its valuation looks even more expensive compared to its historical average.

In short, Inari current price is still not cheap enough for me to catch the falling knife. It may rebound, but if your goal is to invest in this good company for the long term at a cheap price, this is not the price level you should be looking at.

Source: iSquare Intelligence

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amateurJR

cluesless la to compare to historical ratios.

2022-01-28 10:28

Rex1986

We cannot use PE as benchmark for growth stock. Use PEG instead.

2022-01-29 09:06

LewKongKong2

Bet this mor0n lost a lot of money in glove stocks. because PE is all that matters to him

2022-01-29 10:31

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