Palantir Stock: Is It Finally Fairly Valued?


  • I'm sharing with you the updated results of my improved Sum-Of-The-Parts valuation model of Palantir Technologies Inc. stock that I developed 5 articles ago.
  • Sales growth justifies the current valuation of Palantir stock. But that is the only excuse for the bulls.
  • I will show you the difference between a quality company and Palantir using Microsoft stock, among others, as an example.
  • I reiterate my sell rating on Palantir stock and do not recommend anyone buy it at current prices.
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Drew Angerer

Intro & Thesis

Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYSE:PLTR) has >191K followers here on Seeking Alpha, most of whom I assume are quite bullish on this stock. Investor demand for confirmation has created a large supply of analysis materials here (in the

Author's calculations, based on PLTR's filings

Author's calculations, based on PLTR's filings

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Author's calculations, sensitivity table of the SOTP model

Author's calculations, sensitivity table of the SOTP model

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Chief investment analyst at a small Singapore-registered family office. Mainly focused on special situations, IPOs, and undercovered/hidden stocks.

BS in Finance. In my bachelor's thesis, I looked at finding the best statistical/machine learning methods to predict underpricing of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs). A brief summary of my findings: using the KNN method, you could add about 24% of alpha compared to the average return of each initial public offer. In other words, with the AI algorithm I developed, it was possible to distinguish good IPOs from bad IPOs, where the average underpricing of selected companies in the test sample was 64.5%, while the overall average underpricing would be only 41.39%. More can be found here.

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