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Deere & Co (DE) Ownership Data

Short Interest History (%)

This is the historical short interest of Deere & Co, as measured by the Short Percentage Of Float.

Institutional Ownership History (%)

This the Institutional Ownership History of Deere & Co Peter Lynch prefers to buy companies with low institutional ownership.

Insider ownership (%)

This is the historical insider ownership of Deere & Co. It is usually better to buy companies with large insider ownership. The company insiders' interest are more aligned with external shareholders in this case.

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Ramzi.mrad@google
ReplyRamzi.mrad@google - 2 weeks ago
Srichardson,

I think--but I am not sure--that the reason is that these are two different calculations. On the Analysis page, what is being reported is the result of a "true" DCF calculation, i.e, the present value of the discounted CASH. On the DCF page, what is being calculated is actually the present value of the discounted EARNINGS, not cash. So in summary, one is a Discounted Cash value and the other is a Discounted Earnings value.
If on the DCF page you plug in the cash/share instead of the EPS (2.x instead of 8.x), you'll get a fair value of around $42 (Close to what is being reported on the Analysis bar chart).
Confusing... Maybe GuruFocus can validate?
Srichardson
ReplySrichardson - 1 month ago
Why is the Intrinsic (DE) for Deere (DE) on the Analysis page in the bar chart say $48.79 and the Intrinsic (DE) detailed breakdown say $167.42?

Thanks, Sam
Vera
ReplyVera - 1 month ago
SpencerT,
It is fixed now.
SpencerT
ReplySpencerT - 1 month ago
Srichardson,
I think they'll get to the bottom of this quickly.
Gurufocus
ReplyGurufocus - 1 month ago
@Srichardson, we are contacting our data source for the problem.
Srichardson
ReplySrichardson - 1 month ago
SpencerT,
Did Gurufocus answer this question?
SpencerT
ReplySpencerT - 1 month ago
Why would you show the DE price at 153.84 in November 2007? There was a 2 for 1 split in December 2007. Why wouldn't you adjust your data for this? And how does this affect the price at med. P/E etc. in your chart?
Frankk
ReplyFrankk - 2 months ago
Hi, why does the chart for the "pretax EPS" not work?

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