Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) Touting of an ERP5 score of 3859


The ERP5 ranking is an investment tool that analysts use to discover undervalued companies. ERP5 examines the 5-year average price / book ratio, earnings yield, ROIC and ROIC. The Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) ERP5 is 3859. The lower the ERP5 level, the more a company is believed to be undervalued.

Stock market operators may have different opinions about which type of research approach is best. Individual investors who prefer buying and holding strategies are more likely to study the fundamentals. Operators who constantly buy and sell shares may be more interested in technical analysis. High-frequency traders may be willing to take more risks to enter the market. For these types of operators, entry and exit points become much more important. Traders can only rely on charts to make profits based on daily price fluctuations, now at the hour or minute by minute. Long-term investors may not be so worried about the daily ups and downs of the market.


Benjamin Graham, professor and founder of valuable investment principles, was one of the first to constantly screen the market in search of cheap companies based on value factors. He had no database like ValueSignals at his disposal, but he used people like his apprentice Warren Buffet to fill out the stock sheets with the most important data.

Graham was always on guard for companies that were so obvious, that if the company went into liquidation, the proceeds of the assets would still return a profit.

The relationship he used to identify these companies was the Net Asset Value or NCAV. This ratio is much stricter than the book value (total assets – total liabilities) and is calculated as follows:

NCAV = Current assets – Total liabilities
Current assets = cash and investments in ST + inventories + credits
Graham was only happy if he could buy the company for 2/3 of the NCAV. This is the kind of safety margin he was looking for.

This strategy was very successful in the years following the publication of Graham in his book "Analysis of security" in 1934 and even in more recent studies has shown to provide superior results. A study conducted by the State University of New York to demonstrate the effectiveness of this strategy has shown that from the period 1970-1983 an investor could have obtained an average return of 29.4%, buying securities that met the requirement of Graham and holding them for one year. Today it is very difficult to find companies that meet Graham's criteria.

We calculate NCAV on the market as follows:

NCAV-market ratio = NCAV divided by market capitalization

Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) has an NCAV value on the market of 0.106595.

The EBITDA return is a great way to determine the profitability of a company. This number is calculated by dividing a company's earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization for the company's business value. The company value is calculated by taking the market capitalization plus the debt, the minority interest and the preference shares, less the total liquidity and the equivalent liquidity. The EBITDA return for Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) is 426389.9706.

The return on profits is calculated by taking operating income or profit before interest and taxes (EBIT) and dividing it by the company value of the company. The return on earnings for Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) is 0.016847. The return on profits helps investors measure the return on investment for a particular company. Similarly, the five-year average earnings return is the average five-year operating income or EBIT divided by the current business value. The five-year average earnings performance for Twitter, Inc. is -0.005349.

The FCF Yield 5yr Average is calculated by taking the average five-year free cash flow of a company and dividing it by the current business value. The company value is calculated by taking the market capitalization plus the debt, the minority interest and the preference shares, less the total liquidity and the equivalent liquidity. The average FCF of a company is determined by observing the money generated by the company's operations. The free cash flow yield on average of 5 years for Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) is 0.014137.


Market watchers could also follow some quality reports for Twitter, Inc. (TWTR). Robert Novy-Marx, professor at the University of Rochester, has discovered that gross profitability – a quality factor – has as much power to predict stock returns as traditional value metrics. He found that while other quality measures had a certain predictive power, especially on small caps and in combination with value measures, gross profitability generates significant excess returns as an autonomous strategy, especially on large cap stocks. The gross profitability for (TWTR) is 0.17902.

A relationship used to find the value of a company by comparing the book value of an enterprise with its market value. The book value is calculated by observing the historical cost of the company or the book value. The market value is determined on the exchange through its market capitalization.


Book-to-market ratio = Common equity divided by market capitalization.

The relationship between book and market for Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) is 0.266641.

Adding everything

Piotroski's F score is a score system between 1 and 9 that determines the financial soundness of a company. The score helps determine whether the title of a company is valuable or not. The Piotroski F score of Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) is 5. A score of nine indicates a high value stock, while a score of one indicates a low value stock. The score is calculated from the return on assets (ROA), the return on the cash flow from the assets (CFROA), the change in the return on assets and the quality of the profits. It is also calculated by a variation of the gears or financial leverage, liquidity and variation of the shares in circulation. The score is also determined by the change in the gross margin and by the change in the turnover of the assets.

Investors may wonder what will be in store for the coming months in terms of the stock market. Many investors may be reluctant to enter the mix with markets still traded at such high levels. Sometimes, the fear of giving up the next big race will lead investors to make hasty decisions. Taking the time to do the full research can help offset the jitters associated with stockpiling. Finding titles that still have room to go higher can be complicated, but there are still many out there. Although no one can say with certainty how the market will tend towards the new year, investors should be looking for opportunities that could arise in the next quarter. All eyes will be focused on the profits of the company when the next round of earnings reports will start.