Valuate Stock Based on Accounting Approach Using Feltham and Ohlson Model

Hendryan Marudut Tua Purba, Adler Haymans Manurung, Jhonni Sinaga


Residual Income Model (RIM) is an accounting approach introduced and used by Feltham and Ohlson to measure firm value using future income based on most current information. The surplus relation applying firm earning and book value is used to forecast with consistent manner. This research uses RIM to valuate the pharmaceutical companies’ stocks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the year of 2010-2019 to be able to estimate the intrinsic or fair values of the companies’ shares for the year of 2020-2023, compared to their current market values and used as the basis to make decisions. Macro economy information of Indonesia that strongly relate to the pharmaceutical companies are applied to forecast the future values of the companies and the stock market information to determine the market values and the investment interest rates. The stock intrinsic values of DVLA, INAF, KAEF, KLBF, MERK and PYFA are confirmed below the market values for the year of 2020-2023. But, the stock intrinsic values of SCPI are above the market values. Thus, the stock intrinsic values of TSPC are fair. There are 6 (six) company stocks overvalued or expensive, 1 (one) company stock is undervalued or cheap, and another is fair. 

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Applied Finance and Accounting (AFA)        

ISSN 2374-2410(Print)           ISSN 2374-2429(Online)

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