Intrinsic Value is the price corresponding to a stock's Graham Grade: Defensive, Enterprising or NCAV.
Intrinsic Value(%) is Intrinsic Value ÷ Previous Close, expressed as a percentage.
Defensive Price (Graham Number):
Enterprising Price (Serenity Number):
NCAV Price (Net Current Asset Value / Net-Net):
TIF clears Graham's qualitative criteria for the Defensive investment grade. Therefore, its Intrinsic Value is equivalent to its Defensive Price. However, TIF's Intrinsic Value(%) evaluates to less than 100% — 51.68% — because its Previous Close is higher than its Intrinsic Value.
Note: This does not necessarily make TIF a bad investment. Graham specified additional categories for Blue Chips, Utilities & Financials, and Special Situations. Graham's Intrinsic Value calculations need to be adjusted for current bond yields as well. The Graham Ratings tab gives an overall picture of TIF's Margin of Safety.