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Equity asset valuation / Jerald E. Pinto [and four others].

Edition:
3rd ed.
Publication:
Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, 2015.
Series:
CFA Institute investment series.
CFA Institute Investment Series
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (622 p.)
Subjects:
Investment analysis.
Securities -- Valuation.
Investments -- Valuation.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Equity Asset Valuation; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the CFA Institute Investment Series; Chapter 1 Equity Valuation: Applications & Processes; Learning Outcomes; 1. Introduction; 2. Value Definitions and Valuation Applications; 2.1. What Is Value?; 2.2. Applications of Equity Valuation; 3. The Valuation Process; 3.1. Understanding the Business; 3.2. Forecasting Company Performance; 3.3. Selecting the Appropriate Valuation Model; 3.4. Converting Forecasts to a Valuation; 3.5. Applying the Valuation Conclusion: The Analyst's Role and Responsibilities
4. Communicating Valuation Results4.1. Contents of a Research Report; 4.2. Format of a Research Report; 4.3. Research Reporting Responsibilities; 5. Summary; References; Problems; Chapter 2 Return Concepts; Learning Outcomes; 1. Introduction; 2. Return Concepts; 2.1. Holding Period Return; 2.2. Realized and Expected (Holding Period) Return; 2.3. Required Return; 2.4. Expected Return Estimates from Intrinsic Value Estimates; 2.5. Discount Rate; 2.6. Internal Rate of Return; 3. The Equity Risk Premium; 3.1. Historical Estimates; 3.2. Forward-Looking Estimates; 4. The Required Return on Equity
4.1. The Capital Asset Pricing Model4.2. Multifactor Models; 4.3. Build-Up Method Estimates of the Required Return on Equity; 4.4. The Required Return on Equity: International Issues; 5. The Weighted Average Cost of Capital; 6. Discount Rate Selection in Relation to Cash Flows; 7. Summary; References; Problems; Chapter 3 Introduction to Industry and Company Analysis; Learning Outcomes; 1. Introduction; 2. Uses of Industry Analysis; 3. Approaches to Identifying Similar Companies; 3.1. Products and/or Services Supplied; 3.2. Business-Cycle Sensitivities; 3.3. Statistical Similarities
4. Industry Classification Systems4.1. Commercial Industry Classification Systems; 4.2. Governmental Industry Classification Systems; 4.3. Strengths and Weaknesses of Current Systems; 4.4. Constructing a Peer Group; 5. Describing and Analyzing an Industry; 5.1. Principles of Strategic Analysis; 5.2. External Influences on Industry Growth, Profitability, and Risk; 6. Company Analysis; 6.1. Elements That Should be Covered in a Company Analysis; 6.2. Spreadsheet Modeling; 7. Summary; References; Problems; Chapter 4 Industry and Company analysis; Learning Outcomes; 1. Introduction
2. Financial Modeling: An Overview2.1. Income Statement Modeling: Revenue; 2.2. Income Statement Modeling: Operating Costs; 2.3. Income Statement Modeling: Non-Operating Costs; 2.4. Income Statement Modeling: Other Items; 2.5. Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement Modeling; 2.6. Scenario Analysis and Sensitivity Analysis; 3. The Impact of Competitive Factors on Prices and Costs; 4. Inflation and Deflation; 4.1. Sales Projections with Inflation and Deflation; 4.2. Cost Projections with Inflation and Deflation; 5. Technological Developments; 6. Long-Term Forecasting; 7. Building a Model
7.1. Industry Overview
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed December 14, 2015).
Contributor:
Pinto, Jerald E., author.
ISBN:
1-119-10462-9
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