Graham's Number

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Definition

The Graham number, or Benjamin Graham number, is a figure used in securities investing that measures a stock's so-called fair value. Named after Benjamin Graham, the founder of value investing.

Formula

Graham's Number = Sq. Root ( 22.5 x EPS x Book Value per Share )

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