Using Regression Analysis to Value Small Controlling Interests
Training Event Transcripts
January 29, 2015
Peter J. Butler, CFA, ASA
Robert M. Dohmeyer, ASA
The harmonic mean is a popular measure of statistical central tendency. However, it should be avoided because it is biased, according to an article in the January 2015 issue of Business Valuation Update. In this webinar, Bob Dohmeyer (a co-author of the article) and Pete Butler review the statistical fundamentals for use in a business valuation and show how a statistical regression approach is the most accurate way to use statistical data to accurately estimate the fair market value of your subject company.