In The Intelligent Investor, Benjamin Graham provides a simple formula, that, in his own words, only “approximates the results of the more elaborate calculations in vogue” for the valuation of growth stocks. The formula was slightly revised in 1974 and is usually presented as follows:
V* = EPS x (8.5 + 2g) x (4.4 / Y)
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