The Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method and the Market Value of “Invested” Capital: Should Market Value of “Stakeholder” Capital be the Appropriate Reference?

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American Society of Appraisers Business Valuation Review™
Summer 2006 Volume 25, Issue 2 pp. 78-82
Peter Butler, ASA, CFA
Keith Pinkerton, ASA, CFA
Dennis Reinstein, CPA/ABV, ASA, CVA

Summary

If a business appraiser ignores the value of employee stock options when calculating the market value of invested capital (MVIC) for guideline publicly traded companies, the appraiser may significantly undervalue his or her subject company, all else being equal.
The Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method and the Market Value of “Invested” Capital: Should Market Value of “Stakeholder” Capital be the Appropriate Reference?
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