Detailed fundamental analysis of Benjamin Graham – RIVN
Below is Validea teacher’s basic report on Rivian Automotive Company (RIVN). Of the 22 expert strategies we follow, RIVN scores highest using our Value Investor model based on the published strategy of Benjamin Graham. This deep value methodology screens stocks that have low P/B and P/E ratios, along with low debt and strong long-term earnings growth.
Rivian Automotive Company (RIVN) It is a highly valued stock in the car and truck manufacturers industry. The rating using this strategy is 57% based on the company’s underlying fundamentals and the stock’s valuation. A score of 80% or higher typically indicates that the strategy has some interest in the stock, and a score above 90% typically indicates strong interest.
The following table summarizes whether the stock meets each test of this strategy. Not all criteria in the table below receive equal weight or are independent, but the table provides a brief overview of the strengths and weaknesses of a security in the context of the strategy’s criteria.
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Detailed Analysis of RIVIAN AUTOMOTIVE INC
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About Benjamin Graham: The late Benjamin Graham may be the oldest of our teachers, but his influence on the world of investing continued decades after his death in 1976. Known as the “Father of Value Investing” and the founder of the entire field of investment in security analysis, Graham mentored many of the greatest investors in history – Including Warren Buffett – and inspired a slew of others, including John Templeton, Mario Gabelli, and another of Validia’s mentors, John Neff. Graham built his fortune and reputation after living through very difficult times, including the Great Depression and his family’s financial problems after his father died when Benjamin was young. His investment company generated annual returns of about 20 percent from 1936 to 1956, far exceeding the average market return of 12.2 percent during that period.
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