Members are able to post their valuation for a specific company on their associated Company Report.
This is what they consider to be a 'fair' price for the company's shares. Sometimes referred to as 'Intrinsic Value', it is the price which allows for a satisfactory return.
In other words, if the market price is below the stated valuation, shares can be considered good value. Conversely, if the market price is above the valuation, shares could be considered expensive.
Member's can add any value they like, but are encouraged to provide some notes to help others understand their reasoning.
Instead of creating your own valuation, you can instead 'Like' the valuation of another member. You can vote on as many valuations as you like for each company.
IMPORTANT: Before you can add a company to your scorecard, you MUST have created or 'Liked' a valuation.