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Morningstar analysts are industry experts whose conservative growth estimates typically represent the lowest a company's intrinsic value might be. In other words, if Morningstar says a blue chip is fair value or better, you can buy with a large amount of confidence that you're very unlikely to be overpaying.
Company
Current Price
Estimated Fair Value
Moat
Management Quality
Discount To Fair Value
Long-Term Valuation Boost
Apple
$208.48
$200 (uncertainty high)
narrow (stable trend)
standard (good)
-4%
-0.4% to -0.8%
Boeing
$371.6
$333
NA
NA
-10%
-1.1% to -2.1%
Broadcom
$311.57
$300 (uncertainty medium)
narrow (stable)
standard
-4%
-0.4% to -0.8%
(Source: Morningstar) -note certain fundamental analysis unavailable for Boing as Morningstar transitions that company to a new analyst
Morningstar's fair value estimates are roughly in line with DYT and show Apple and Broadcom near fair value with Boeing still a ways off before it's a particularly attractive buy. For my recommendations, I like to average DYT and Morningstar, to get what I consider a reasonable valuation estimate for long-term investors to use.
Company
Fair Value Estimate (DYT)
Fair Value Estimate (Morningstar DCF)
Estimated Fair Value
Discount To Fair Value
Apple
$181
$200
$191
-8%
Boeing
$343
$333
$338
-10%
Broadcom
$321
$300
$311
0%
(Sources: Simply Safe Dividends, Morningstar, Dividend Yield Theory)
That approach yields Broadcom being fairly valued, with Apple and Boeing being slightly rich. P
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