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What is the difference between intrinsic and market value of

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What is the difference between intrinsic and market value of investing?

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The Intrinsic Value is the perceived true value based on both tangible and intangible factures. The value is the conceived value decided by analysts who use an array of techniques to estimate the value of the security. The market value is the actual price of a security on any given day. The goal is for investors to find a security with an intrinsic value exceeds its current market price.

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