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American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG)

56.75 USD +0.24 USD ( +0.42% )
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Relative Value

The Relative Value of one AIG stock under the Base Case scenario is 49.64 USD. Compared to the current market price of 56.75 USD, American International Group Inc is Overvalued by 13%.

Relative valuation is one of two methods of placing a monetary value on a company; the other is Discounted Cash Flow valuation method. We use a combination of these two methods to calculate the Intrinsic Value of stock as accurately as possible.

AIG Relative Value
Base Case
49.64 USD
Overvaluation 13%
Relative Value
Price
Bear Case
Base Case
Bull Case

Valuation Multiples

Median 0.9
Industry 1
Forward Multiple 0.9
Median 4.4
Industry 9.4
Forward Multiple 10.9
Median 0.6
Industry 1.1
Forward Multiple N/A

Multiples Across Competitors

AIG Competitors Multiples
American International Group Inc Competitors

Country Company Market Cap P/S P/E P/B
US
American International Group Inc
NYSE:AIG
45.2B USD 0.8 4.6 0.8
DE
Allianz SE
XETRA:ALV
80.6B EUR 0.5 8.7 1.2
CH
Zurich Insurance Group AG
OTC:ZFSVF
68B USD 1 13.1 1.8
FR
AXA SA
OTC:AXAHY
58.7B USD 0.4 7.5 0.8
IT
Assicurazioni Generali SpA
OTC:ARZGF
29.7B USD 0.3 9.8 0.9
FI
Sampo plc
OTC:SAXPF
25.9B USD 1.9 9.4 2

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FAQ

What is relative valuation?

Relative valuation is used to value companies by comparing them to other businesses based on certain metrics such as EV/Revenue, EV/EBITDA, and P/E ratios.

Relative valuation is one of two methods of placing a monetary value on a company; the other is Discounted Cash Flow valuation method. We use a combination of these two methods to calculate the Intrinsic Value of stock as accurately as possible.

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How is relative value calculated?

Our algorithm takes into account all the information about the company's valuation multiples (their historical values, how competitors are priced, and much more) and consolidates it into one single number - relative value.

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What do scenarios mean?

A stock has no absolute intrinsic value because the future is not predetermined.

Therefore, we give a range of the possible stock intrinsic values in the form of a bear, bull, and base scenarios so you can see a complete picture of the investment risks and opportunities.