Philip Morris (NYSE:PM), maybe it’s time to sell and see you to the next fair value

Last Updated on 2 September 2022 by

EU proposes ban on flavoured heated tobacco products on Wednesday June 29, 2022.

Last but not least, PM’s price action has broken my rising support level, as depicted in the figure below.

Next week is crucial for selling my shares or not, and taking my 38% of unrealized profit secure at home.

In this video, only for guys speaking Italian, I explain better the reasons and share you here the fundamental analysis for Philip Morris stock, with my app ginvestor, at the end of this article.

My app ginvestor allows me to have an aggregated point of view based on historical financial data and forecasts (stock’s fair value included) calculated by earnings and free cash flows per share, automatically and in a second.

Here you can download the ginvestor’s excel report for Philip Morris (NYSE: PM)

See you to the next analysis.

Giancarlo Pagliaroli

Disclaimer: The information and publications are not meant to be, and do not constitute, financial, investment, trading, or other types of advice or recommendations supplied or endorsed by me.

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2 Replies to “Philip Morris (NYSE:PM), maybe it’s time to sell and see you to the next fair value”

  1. From the latest automatic report, I get an intrinsic value of $ 65 based on a 5% forecast of future earnings, and forecast P / E = 17. Forecasts are calculated on historical averages, using a 3 years of investment horizon.
    The intrinsic value is $ 130 based on the discounted cash flow method, using 8% forecast of cash flow growth.
    The actual buy signal is respectively SELL (based on EPS) and BUY (based on discounted free cash flows)

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