Hey rdevine,Ooh, that's a big question. Intrinsic value is the perceived actual value of a security. As you can guess from that definition, there are as many ways to calculate (or guess at) intrinsic value as there are investors.Let me direct you to an article by Alex Schay, who has forgotten more about valuation than I will ever know:http://www.fool.com/BoringPort/1998/BoringPort981009.htmFool on!BrianZ
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