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Gold Fields (NYSE:GFI) GF Value

: $12.58 (As of Today)
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The GF Value represents the current intrinsic value of a stock derived from our exclusive method. The GF Value Line on our summary page gives an overview of the fair value that the stock should be traded at. It is calculated based on three factors:

  1. Historical multiples (PE Ratio, PS Ratio, PB Ratio and Price-to-Free-Cash-Flow) that the stock has traded at.
  2. GuruFocus adjustment factor based on the company’s past returns and growth.
  3. Future estimates of the business performance.

We believe the GF Value Line is the fair value that the stock should be traded at. The stock price will most likely fluctuate around the GF Value Line. If the stock price is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF Value Line, its future return will likely be higher.

Please note, "Possible Value Trap, Think Twice" is for the companies that look very undervalued, but either in the long term trend of business decline, or in financial distress.

As of today (2024-03-03), Gold Fields's share price is $13.83. Gold Fields's GF Value is $12.58. Therefore, Gold Fields's Price-to-GF-Value for today is 1.10.

Based on the relationship between the current stock price and the GF Value, GuruFocus believes Gold Fields is Fairly Valued.


Gold Fields  (NYSE:GFI) GF Value Explanation

Based on the relationship between the current stock price and the GF Value, GuruFocus provides the following 6 evaluations:

Posssible Evaluations All-in-One Screener Examples (2)
Possible Value Trap, Think Twice (1)Predictable Companies that possibly be Value Traps
Significantly OvervaluedPredictable Companies which are Significantly Overvalued
Modestly OvervaluedPredictable Companies which are Modestly Overvalued
Fairly ValuedPredictable High Quality Companies which are Fairly Valued
Modestly Undervalued (3)Predictable High Quality Companies which are Modestly Undervalued
Significantly Undervalued (3)Predictable High Quality Companies which are Significantly Undervalued

(1) "Possible Value Trap, Think Twice" is for the companies that look very undervalued, but either in the long term trend of business decline, or in financial distress.

(2) These are some simple examples. You can access our GF Valuation filter under All-in-One Screener’s Fundamental tab, and Price-to-GF-Value filter under Valuation Ratio tab and set your own criteria.

(3) There is only a sufficient margin of safety when the stock is undervalued.

Gold Fields's Price-to-GF-Value for today is calculated as

Price-to-GF-Value=Share Price/GF Value
=13.83/12.58
=1.10

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Gold Fields (NYSE:GFI) Business Description

Address
150 Helen Road, Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg, GT, ZAF, 2196
Gold Fields Ltd is a producer of gold and is a holder of gold reserves and resources in South Africa, Ghana, Australia and Peru. In Peru, the company also produces copper. The company is primarily involved in underground and surface gold and surface copper mining and silver and related activities, including exploration, extraction, processing and smelting. It conducts underground and surface mining operations at St. Ives, underground-only operations at Agnew, Granny Smith and South Deep and surface-only open pit mining at Damang, Tarkwa and Cerro Corona. The company's revenues are derived from the sale of gold that it produces.