In the November issue of Business Valuation Update

BVWireIssue #145-3
October 15, 2014

Here’s what you’ll see in the November 2014 issue of Business Valuation Update:

  • A Forgotten Statistical Concept Tells Why Your Multiple May Be Wrong (Bob Dohmeyer, ASA, and Dr. Herbert Kierulff). Conventional wisdom says that companies with superior margins deserve a premium multiple. Conversely, companies with inferior margins must deserve inferior multiples. However, new analysis tells a different story.
  • Personal Injury Cases: Opportunity for Appraisers? (Stuart Weiss, CPA/ABV). An example of how to calculate damages in a personal injury case, plus an interview with a leading expert.
  • BVU Profiles: The Challenges of Bringing a New BV Methodology Into Acceptance (BVR Editor). Interview with Peter J. Butler, CFA, ASA (Valtrend), a developer of the Butler-Pinkerton Calculator and the new implied capital pricing model (IPCPM).
  • Damodaran’s Warning Signs That a ‘Valuer’ Is Becoming a ‘Pricer’ (BVR Editor).There’s a growing difference between price and value, which leads appraisers to use the wrong valuation toolkit 80% of the time.
  • Preview of the New Benchmark Resource for Industry Cost of Capital (BVR Editor). Jim Harrington (Duff & Phelps) gives BVU readers the skinny on the new 2014 Valuation Handbook – Industry Cost of Capital.

To read these articles—as well as digests of the latest court cases—see the November issue of Business Valuation Update (subscription required).

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