- Price Multiples- Internet/Tech Companies
Hello, I have performed a relative/comparable valuation on an Internet/Tech company, however, I am struggling to find appropriate insight as to which price multiples one should specifically use when calculating these multiples. I know the predominantly ...
Forum topic - Anon199121 - May 20 2014 - 6:56am - 1 comment
- Comparable Analysis Definition
The most common way to value a company is through the use of comparable analysis. This method attempts to find a group of companies which are comparable to the target company and to work out a valuation based on what they are worth. The idea is to look for ...
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- Question on Calendarization for Comp Analysis
Hey guys, When performing comparable company analysis on a company with a FY other than Dec 31, what information do you actually calendarize for the company's financials (Reported Income Statement Section/Balance Sheet Data Section)? Also if you do ...
Forum topic - ikiq - Mar 16 2012 - 4:33am - 3 comments
- Best resource for lower-middle market comparable analyses
I am looking for the best resource for information and multiples on lower-middle market precedent transactions. Specifically, multiples on deals that do not publicize the terms of the deal through a press release. Thanks in advance for the guidance. ...
Forum topic - Watertree3 - Jan 2 2012 - 5:35pm - 3 comments
http://www.scribd.com/doc/83885578/operationDataPointlazard Peace, ...
Forum topic - couchy - Nov 16 2012 - 10:13pm
- Which Unilever do you use in comps? Personal Care Comps
This may be a stupid question, but do you use Unilever plc or Unilever NV in a comparables model? Company I am valuing is in personal hygiene in America. I am thinking of just keeping either ULVR or UNA in the public comps universe because they are huge ...
Forum topic - BankorBust - Mar 10 2012 - 3:12pm - 1 comment
- Quick?- Updating Financials for Spreading Comps
I'm spreading comps for a class. I have 2 quick question regarding interest income. I'm assuming it's better to break out interest income and interest expense on different lines versus having interest expense on one line just net of interest ...
Forum topic - GED or Bust - Jan 28 2012 - 10:44pm - 1 comment