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Intelligent Investieren

Author: Graham Benjamin
Publisher: Redline Wirtschaft
ISBN: 3862484165
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Benjamin Grahams Bestseller ist ein großartiger Investment-Ratgeber und der Klassiker zum Thema "Value Investing". Jedes Kapitel dieser neu aufgelegten Fassung wird durch aktuelle Kommentare von Jason Zweig ergänzt und erweitert. Eine Vielzahl an Fußnoten erklärt und veranschaulicht den noch heute gültigen Text. Seit Erscheinen der Erstausgabe 1949 ist Benjamin Grahams Buch der meistgeschätzte Wegweiser, wenn es um Investments geht. Der Grund dafür ist seine zeitlose Philosophie der Anlage in Wachstumswerte, die den Anlegern dabei hilft, mögliche Stolpersteine zu erkennen und langfristige Erfolgsstrategien zu entwickeln, mit denen sie wirklich Gewinne machen. Benjamin Grahams Klassiker, der seit über 60 Jahren gültig ist, basiert auf grundlegenden Erkenntnissen und der Markterfahrung vieler Jahre. In diesem Buch werden sowohl der konservative als auch der spekulative Anleger berücksichtigt, wobei für beide Gruppen angemessene Strategien zur Aktienauswahl vorgestellt werden, die auf dem Prinzip einer intelligenten Depotstruktur beruhen. Benjamin Graham ist eine der Legenden der Wall Street und Begründer der modernen Wertpapieranalyse. Graham lehrte an der Columbia University in den Jahren von 1928 bis 1957 und managte außerdem die Graham-Newman Partnership, eine frühe Art des heutigen Investmentfonds. Graham etablierte heute so selbstverständliche Kennzahlen wie das Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis. Mit seinen beiden Büchern Der intelligente Investor und Wertpapieranalyse wurde er zum Bestsellerautor und gelangte zu Weltruhm.

Intelligent Investieren

Author: Graham Benjamin
Publisher: FinanzBuch Verlag
ISBN: 3862484157
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Jedes Kapitel dieser neu aufgelegten Fassung wird durch aktuelle Kommentare von Jason Zweig ergänzt und erweitert. Eine Vielzahl an Fußnoten erklärt und veranschaulicht den noch heute gültigen Text. Seit Erscheinen der Erstausgabe 1949 ist Benjamin Grahams Buch der meistgeschätzte Wegweiser, wenn es um Investments geht. Der Grund dafür ist seine zeitlose Philosophie der Anlage in Wachstumswerte, die Anlegern dabei hilft, mögliche Stolpersteine zu erkennen und langfristige Erfolgsstrategien zu entwickeln, mit denen sie wirklich Gewinne machen. Benjamin Grahams Klassiker, der seit über 60 Jahren gültig ist, basiert auf grundlegenden Erkenntnissen und der Markterfahrung vieler Jahre. In diesem Buch werden sowohl der konservative als auch der spekulative Anleger berücksichtigt, wobei für beide Gruppen angemessene Strategien zur Aktienauswahl vorgestellt werden, die auf dem Prinzip einer intelligenten Depotstruktur beruhen. Benjamin Graham ist eine der Legenden der Wall Street und Begründer der modernen Wertpapieranalyse. Graham lehrte an der Columbia University in den Jahren von 1928 bis 1957 und managte außerdem die Graham-Newman Partnership, eine frühe Art des heutigen Investmentfonds. Graham etablierte heute so selbstverständliche Kennzahlen wie das Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis. Mit seinen beiden Büchern "Der intelligente Investor" und "Wertpapieranalyse" wurde er zum Bestsellerautor und gelangte zu Weltruhm. Der Investment-Klassiker in einer großzügig erweiterten Ausgabe mit einem Vorwort von Warren Buffett.

Damodaran On Valuation

Author: Aswath Damodaran
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470049375
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"Aswath Damodaran is simply the best valuation teacher around. If you are interested in the theory or practice of valuation, you should have Damodaran on Valuation on your bookshelf. You can bet that I do." -- Michael J. Mauboussin, Chief Investment Strategist, Legg Mason Capital Management and author of More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places In order to be a successful CEO, corporate strategist, or analyst, understanding the valuation process is a necessity. The second edition of Damodaran on Valuation stands out as the most reliable book for answering many of today?s critical valuation questions. Completely revised and updated, this edition is the ideal book on valuation for CEOs and corporate strategists. You'll gain an understanding of the vitality of today?s valuation models and develop the acumen needed for the most complex and subtle valuation scenarios you will face.

The Dark Side Of Valuation

Author: Aswath Damodaran
Publisher: FT Press
ISBN: 9780130406521
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Preface Do the old rules still apply? Do we need new valuation metrics, or are the old metrics flexible enough to deal with the companies that constitute the new economy? Can you value a company that has no earnings, no history, and no comparable firms? These are the questions that I have heard repeatedly over the last few years. I have always believed the fundamentals that determine value are the same, no matter what company you value and what market it is in. Increasingly, though, I have faced skeptical audiences who are unwilling to take this belief at face value and have demanded proof that America Online, Amazon.com, or Priceline.com can be valued with traditional models. The genesis for this book was a paper I did on valuing Amazon.com in March 2000, where a discounted cash flow model yielded a value of $34 per share. Since the stock was trading at $80 at that time, there were many who viewed the valuation as either excessively pessimistic or as missing something. The interest in the paper led me to think about writing a book, but I expanded it to cover both new technology and old technology firms. While there are differences in estimation that arise across these firms, I believe that they have far more in common. Why technology firms? I believe that traditional valuation books and models (and I count my book on investment valuation among the culprits) have tended to concentrate on valuing manufacturing or traditional service firms. Technology firms are different. They expand by investing in research and through acquisitions and not by building plant and equipment. Many of them have astronomical growth rates in revenues and often, very little in current earnings. Their assets are often patents, technology, and skilled employees. I look at how the notions of capital expenditures, operating income, and working capital have to be redefined for these firms. I begin this book by laying out the facts on the growth of technology and, in particular, new technology stocks in the equity market and argue that although the principles of valuation might not shift, the focus can change as firms move through their life cycles. This discussion is followed by an extended section (Chapters 2-7) on applying traditional discounted cash flow models to value technology stocks, with an emphasis on the estimation of cash flows, growth, and discount rates for these firms. In the next three chapters, I look at the use of relative valuation to value technology companies, both in terms of adapting existing multiples (such as price-earnings and price-to-sales ratios) and developing new ones (value per Web site visitor, for instance). In Chapter 11, "Real Options in Valuation," I consider an argument made by many for the large premiums paid on technology stocks (i.e., they represent real options to expand into a potentially huge e-commerce market), and consider some questions that a skeptic should ask before accepting this argument. In Chapter 12, "Value Enhancement," I consider how managers of technology firms can enhance the value of their firms through better investment and financing decisions. The book is structured around the valuations of five technology firms-Motorola, Cisco, Amazon.com, Ariba, and Rediff.com. The first three are household names but represent three different points in the technology spectrum. Motorola is an old technology firm with substantial investments in existing assets. It is also a firm that has fallen on hard times in the last few years, largely as a consequence of poor investments and strategic choices. Cisco is one of the great success stories of the 1990s, but a great deal of the market value of the firm reflects expectations about the future. It is also a firm that has chosen to grow through acquisitions and has done it very well. Amazon.com is the poster child (for better or worse) for the new economy stocks that have entered the market in recent years, and the popular press has documented its ups and downs in extensive detail. Ariba and Rediff.com are more recent entrants into the new economy, with Ariba representing the promise (and peril) of the Business-to-Business (B2B) Internet model, and Rediff the potential of an Internet portal serving a market (India) that could be a huge market in the future. One of the limitations of valuing real companies is that your mistakes are there on the printed page for all to see over time, but that prospect does not bother me. At the risk of giving away the punch line, I do find discounted cash flow values for all five companies: Motorola ($32.39), Cisco ($44.92), Amazon.com ($34.37), Ariba ($72.13), and Rediff.com ($19.05). For what it is worth, at the time that I did the valuations in June 2000, I found Amazon to be overvalued at $48 per share and Cisco to be overvalued at $64.88. Motorola at $34.25 per share and Ariba at $75 per share were fairly valued, and Rediff.com was significantly undervalued at $10 per share. By the time I finished the book, Amazon had dropped in value to $30 per share, and Cisco was trading at $51. Motorola had gone from being fairly valued to undervalued, Ariba saw its stock price double, and Rediff remained undervalued. I have no doubt that you will disagree with me on some of the inputs I have used, and the values that you assign these firms will be different from mine. What I would emphasize, therefore, is not the values that I arrive at for these firms, but the process by which I got there. Finally, I want this book to be useful to a wide audience: individual investors who hold technology stocks in their portfolios, equity research analysts, venture capitalists, and managers at technology firms. There are portions of the book that I must confess are not easy reading, but I have tried as much as I can to provide an intuitive rationale for everything that I do. Technology firms, notwithstanding the back and forth of markets, are here to stay, and valuing them is something we all need to grapple with. I hope you find this book useful in that endeavor.

Valuation

Author: McKinsey & Company Inc.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
ISBN: 0470893613
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The University Edition of Valuation 4e offers students and professors up-to-date information on valuing companies. It contains all the revisions of the main edition, plus end of chapter questions for the needs of the classroom.

Investment Valuation

Author: Aswath Damodaran
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118130731
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The definitive source of information on all topics related to investment valuation tools and techniques Valuation is at the heart of any investment decision, whether that decision is buy, sell or hold. But the pricing of many assets has become a more complex task in modern markets, especially after the recent financial crisis. In order to be successful at this endeavor, you must have a firm understanding of the proper valuation techniques. One valuation book stands out as withstanding the test of time among students of financial markets and investors, Aswath Damodaran′sInvestment Valuation. Now completely revised and updated to reflect changing market conditions, this third edition comprehensively introduces students and investment professionals to the range of valuation models available and how to chose the right model for any given asset valuation scenario. This edition includes valuation techniques for a whole host of real options, start–up firms, unconventional assets, distressed companies and private equity, and real estate. All examples have been updated and new material has been added. An expansion of ancillaries include updated online databases, spreadsheets, and other educational support tools Fully revised to incorporate valuation lessons learned from the last five years, from the market crisis and emerging markets to new types of equity investments Revised examples of company valuations such as companies from Eastern Europe and Africa, which stress the global nature of modern valuation Author Aswath Damodaran is regarded as one of the best educators and thinkers on the topic of investment valuation This indispensable guide is a must read for students wishing to gain a better understanding of investment valuation and its methods. With it, you can take the insights and advice of a recognized authority on the valuation process and immediately put them to work for you.

Valuation For Arbitration

Author: Mark Kantor
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
ISBN: 9041127356
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This book provides a clear understanding of the nuts and bolts of valuation approaches for business investments, including market, income and asset-based methods. It reviews tools that arbitrators may employ to reach their final compensation assessment on a principled basis. The bookand’s many practical recommendations explore the decision making processes entailed in three central aspects of the arbitratorand’s role: and• advance planning to enhance understanding of expert valuation evidence; and• identification of and“apples-to-orangesand” miscomparisons; and and• recognition of the true comparability between the business at issue and other examples offered in the expert evidence. The presentation focuses not only on the legal standards applicable to the valuation (full or adequate compensation, reparations, restitution, actual loss, fair market value, fair or reasonably equivalent value, lost profits, etc.), but also on the informed judgment and reasonableness that must enter into the process of weighing the facts of each case and determining its aggregate significance. The book considers common valuation methods like discounted cash flows, adjusted present values, capitalized cash flows, adjusted book values and comparable sales and transactions. Additionally, it addresses means for arbitrators to assess expert valuation evidence in complex business investment disputes. andquot;Best book 2008 of the OGEMID awards!andquot;