Tag: valuation

Liquidation Valuation

See Also: Bankruptcy Information Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs How to Make Dramatic Changes in Business Bankruptcy Courts Liquidation Valuation Definition Liquidation valuation is the value of a company that is bankrupt or going out of business. It is the value of the company’s assets, according

Read More

Joint Venture (JV)

See Also: Joint Costs Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Enterprise Value (EV) Due Diligence C Corporation A joint venture or JV is simply the combination of two or more businesses which are joined to enter into a specific business venture. The relationship is temporary until a certain event occurs or the venture has run its course.

Read More

Intangible Assets

See Also: Current Assets Financial Assets Fixed Assets Goodwill Accounting Term Research and Development Intangible Assets Definition An intangible asset is a right or non-physical resource of a company. They are usually developed as a result of an acquisition that has been made, or years of research and development to develop a process or idea.

Read More

Goodwill Accounting Term

See Also: Accounting Income vs Economic Income Depreciation Cash Flow Statement Income Statement Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Goodwill Accounting Term The goodwill accounting term is an intangible asset. It represents non-physical assets, such as brand name and reputation, and shows up on the asset side of a company’s balance sheet. A company often acquires goodwill

Read More

Enterprise Value (EV)

See Also: EBITDA Definition EBITDA Valuation Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method of Valuation Company Valuation Introduction Valuation Methods Enterprise Value (EV) Definition Enterprise Value is simply the total market value of the firm which includes the value of all equity holders as well as debt holders. The EV method is often considered a better measurement

Read More

Company Valuation Introduction

See Also: Cost of Capital Capital Asset Pricing Model Common Stock Cash Flow After Tax Discount Rate Why Valuation Matters Valuation Methods Liquidation Valuation Company Valuation Introduction How do you value a company and its equity? How do you calculate a company’s fair value? Have you overvalued or undervalued your company? As we dive into

Read More

Calculate EBITDA

See Also: EBITDA Definition EBITDA Valuation Operating Income (EBIT) Operating Profit Margin Ratio Analysis Net Income Adjusted EBITDA Calculate EBITDA Calculate EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Tax, Depreciation, and Amortization) in three easy steps. For an EBITDA meaning and use in valuation, click the above links for a better description. EBITDA Calculation Formula Step 1) The

Read More

Asset Market Value vs Asset Book Value

See Also: Accounting Income vs Economic Income Economic Value Added Value Drivers:Building Reliable Systems to Sustain Growth Basis Definition Variance Analysis Goodwill Impairment Asset Market Value versus Asset Book Value Book value and market value are two ways to value an asset. An asset’s book value can differ from its market value. Market value is the

Read More

Binomial Options Pricing Model

See Also: Intrinsic Value- Stock Options Common Stock Definition Preferred Stocks Dispersion Risk Premium Binomial Options Pricing Model The binomial options pricing model is a tool for valuing stock options. Starting with certain given values, and making certain assumptions, the model uses a binomial distribution to calculate the price of an option. The binomial method

Read More

Adjusted Present Value (APV)

See Also: Adjusted Present Value Example Cost of Capital Funding Arbitrage Pricing Theory Capital Asset Pricing Model Capital Budgeting Methods Required Rate of Return Adjusted Present Value Definition Adjusted present value (APV), defined as the net present value of a project if financed solely by equity plus the present value of financing benefits, is another

Read More

What’s up, g?

You may recall from school (at least when you weren’t down at the bar nearest campus) that when valuing a company using a discounted cash flow technique, the value for g (earnings growth, that is) was quite significant in the company’s valuation. What’s up, g or growth? What creates the g or growth at your

Read More