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I like to use the Discounted Cash Flow method. I would do this for almost any investment. The most important thing for you to do is read about all sorts of valuation techniques. Find the one that you like and understand the most and use it for almost all stocks.

If you consistently apply the same techniques you may or may not fairly determine value. But your odds of determing which stocks are better than others increases.
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