- Quantitative Fair Value Estimate: Comparable to Morningstar's Fair Value Estimate for stocks, which measures a company's intrinsic value based on a discounted cash flow model, and represents the per share value of a company's equity. The measure is expressed in the local currency.
- Quantitative Valuation: Defined as the ratio of a company's Quantitative Fair Value Estimate to its last market close price, and similar to the analyst-driven Fair Value Estimate to last market close price ratio. The rating is expressed as Overvalued, Fairly Valued, or Undervalued.
- Quantitative Uncertainty: Describes the level of uncertainty around the Quantitative Fair Value Estimate, comparable to the Uncertainty Rating for the analyst Fair Value Estimate. The rating is expressed as Low, Medium, High, Very High, or Extreme.
- Quantitative Economic Moat: Corresponds to Morningstar's Economic Moat rating, which measures a company's sustainable competitive advantages. The quantitative rating is expressed as None, Narrow, or Wide.
- Quantitative Financial Health: Based on Morningstar's proprietary measure of the likelihood of financial distress. The quantitative rating is expressed as Weak, Moderate, or Strong.
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