Hi guys. I'm new here and new to value based fundamental investing. I was hoping to get a solid answer to a question that has been bugging me:
In the annual report, how do I find out the total number of shares in the company so that I can calculate the markets perceived value of the company (ie, total shares of the company X current share price)?
What I currently do is use the number of shares they use to calculate the diluted EPS. This information is in the notes section of the financial statements in the annual report. Is this the correct value to use?
Thanks for any responses