View Larger Image Calculating Beta and Intrinsic Value 2017-12-11T15:09:04+00:00By MyPF|Investing, Members, Shares|1 Comment Get Members Access or Login to view this content. Username: Password: Remember me Register Lost your password? About Latest Posts Follow UsMyPFAdmin at MyPFHelping you to simplify and grow your Personal Finances. Follow MyPF.my to get the latest Personal Finances updates and insights! Follow UsLatest posts by MyPF 9 Financial Ratios and Rules of Thumb towards Financial Freedom - February 22, 2019 Renting: The First Step Towards Home Ownership - February 14, 2019 StashAway CIO Interview with MyPF - February 11, 2019 Related Share This Story! FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsapp One Comment Kaysee Tan September 6, 2017 at 11:33 am - Reply since the IV of Maybank is very near current price of share, it is not worth buying right? Unless one is interested in other possible hidden future value of the bank hi uncle Kaysee, generally a share at it’s IV may see limited movement unless there is news, earnings reports, or other factors which move the stock price. Yes you would consider the sector and future potential value of a company. Looking at a company’s fundamentals would also help you to make any investment decisions. Leave A Comment Cancel reply Login: Login Login with facebook Login Login with google Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.