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This has become a text book we now recommend to those who are interested in learning valuation but not in a formal MBA program or finance or valuation course because of its approach, structure and the resources provided in the Equity Valuation and Analysis website.
While those enrolled in taught courses have prescribed text books, professionals who are looking to learn seek recommendations on a text book to follow and we are adding this text book to the list. We think this text book is unique because of the following reasons: Focus on Equity Valuation This book is built with a clear focus on equity valuation from the ground up.
We believe that the entire corporate finance course should be built around the need to accurately measure value.
Valuation students are walked through different components of information collection, understanding the business, accounting analysis, financial ratio analysis and cash flow analysis.
The second valuation stage is dealt with in the next 3 chapters where students are introduced to structured forecasting, forecasting details and cost of capital. The third valuation stage is covered in the final three chapters which are valuation, valuation ratios and some complications related to valuation.
This clarity allows students to understand how every activity undertaken during the course connects to the valuation goal. The firms picked include both mature companies and start ups giving students a range of challenges to work on. Students only need to provide the historical financial statement numbers as an input and put in some forecast assumptions including the cost of capital assumptions and the model spits out a valuation.
So all a student has to do is to copy the data from the Datamaker workbook and paste it into the eVal workbook. This saves students significant amounts of time in handling and converting data into the eVal models input format. There are drawbacks to providing these models to students. A single model will not be able to take into account the diverse nature of businesses.
This the authors do acknowledge and mention that this can be used as a starting point. In addition, building a valuation model from scratch is a useful skill that students should eventually build. This can probably be taught in another class focused on financial modeling.
He has also taught at the Stephen M. Professor Russell Lundholm did his Ph. He finished his B. Business Administration from the Oregon State University. Professor Sloan has also taught accounting and finance at the Stephen M. Professor Richard Sloan is a widely published author and has held editorial positions in numerous publications.
EQUITY VALUATION AND ANALYSIS – LUNDHOLM PDF
About this title Equity Analysis and Valuation with eVal closes the gap between the theoretical treatment of equity valuation and the actual practice of valuing a company using real-world data. To that end, the book employs eVal, an Excel-based workbook that guides the user through the forecasting and valuation processes while taking care of the mundane computations. By providing a unified interface for the valuation process, eVal allows you to focus on the forecasting, not on the spreadsheet. The book covers the topics of business strategy analysis, accounting analysis, financial analysis, forecasting and valuation and also alerts readers to common pitfalls encountered in equity valuation and analysis.
Equity Valuation & Analysis
This book spans the void between the abstract theoretical treatment of equity valuation and the practical problem of valuing an actual company using real-world data. We give serious treatment to the underlying theory of financial analysis and valuation, but our main goal is to be able to arrive at a pragmatic answer to the important question, "what is this company really worth? The key differences can be summarized as follows Our focus is on generating good financial statement forecasts. We provide detailed practical guidance on how to obtain and analyze relevant real-world data.
Equity Valuation and Analysis
This book spans the void between the abstract theoretical treatment of equity valuation and the practical problem of valuing an actual company using real-world data. We give serious treatment to the underlying theory of financial analysis and valuation, but our main goal is to be able to arrive at a pragmatic answer to the important question, "what is this company really worth? The key differences can be summarized as follows: 1. Our focus is on generating good financial statement forecasts. We provide detailed practical guidance on how to obtain and analyze relevant real-world data. We demystify the mechanics of equity valuation. Our overriding theme is that good forecasts of the future financial statements are the key input to a good valuation.