1. The slideshow contains the most important forecasts for a company's divisions, or product lines.
2. Disagree with a forecast? Simply drag the trend-line to test your own what-if scenario, and see possible upside or downside risks for a stock.
3. Plot data for competitors and benchmarks using the "Competition" button.
4. In the slide caption, and the area below the slideshow, see the key trends impacting a given forecast, as well as historical explanations.
5. The first slide shows which one of a company's divisions, or product lines, contribute most to its stock price. Clicking on a division arm of the diagram, you can explore the most important forecasts for the division.
1. We use forecasts for various business drivers to calculate forecasted Revenues and Profits for .
2. We then use forecasted Profits in a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model to obtain the Price Estimate for .
The Trefis forecasts are used to calculate future revenues, costs and cash profits for .
The future cash profits are then discounted to the present to arrive at the total value of .
The total value divided by number of shares outstanding is the Price estimate.