SVA charts often feature valuation signatures, which are patterns of trading behaviour within a company’s structural valuation zones. In this video, we feature Consolidated Edison (NYSE: ED), a major electrical and natural gas utility company in the United States.
What does an SVA chart really tell you?
In the following videos, we walk through the analysis of several North American equities, demonstrating the tremendous informational value of a Structural Valuation Chart.
In our first video, we look at Apple Inc., one of the most significant global icons for technology over the past decade. In this video, we see how Apple has had a powerful valuation ceiling in recent years, and how its stock repurchasing program is hindering its upside potential.
At a glance, an SVA chart can reveal how shareholder value can rise and fall over time. In this example from the Toronto Stock Exchange, we reveal how the equity base of Freehold Royalties (TSX: FRU), a Canadian oil and gas royalties managing company, has experienced a roller-coaster ride over the company’s history.
In our last example, we examine the 28-year SVA history of Citigroup (NYSE: C), showing the growth and collapse of this giant of global banking.
New to SVA?
If you haven’t seen our video series on ‘What is SVA?’, we suggest you head over and spend 15 minutes learning all about this unique and powerful methodology.